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Daniel Kim


South Korea

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Culturally rich classrooms present a beautiful paradox: fostering understanding while grappling with language barriers, diverse backgrounds, and the digital divide. Tailoring lessons for varying fluency levels is a constant challenge, leaving some students isolated. Socioeconomic disparities exacerbate this. Students from supportive homes enter classrooms with strong foundations, alongside those facing learning difficulties due to their background. This uneven playing field makes designing effective curriculum a constant struggle.

The digital divide adds another layer. While digital learning offers a wealth of resources, students without reliable internet or devices miss out. This deepens the educational gap and limits their future opportunities.

These challenges are critical. To achieve true educational equity, we must bridge these gaps. Every student deserves the chance to flourish, regardless of background, language, or access to technology.

However, another hurdle emerges: teacher adoption of EdTech tools like Google Workspace. Encouraging educators to embrace new technologies can be met with resistance due to unfamiliarity or a preference for traditional methods. Overcoming this resistance is crucial to fully harness the potential of these tools and create a more inclusive learning environment.

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