Consider how you would typically greet a friend or a relative.
Perhaps you would shake hands or even hug. But this might not be
the norm in another culture. For example, in the Latino culture,
it’s common to greet loved ones with an embrace and a kiss on the
cheek, and anything less may be taken as an affront.
If something as simple as “hello” can create a culture gap, how
can teachers navigate a multicultural classroom? Salsa... more...