Respecting Others. Objectives. To be able to identify why ‘Respect’ is important by both learners and staff To assess how ‘respectful’ you are in a learning environment To clarify the zero tolerance approach to bullying and harassment
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RESPECTING TUTORS AND OTHER LEARNERS (IN CLASS)
Unwanted coercion eg, pressure to join a particular “gang”, political or religious group
Unwelcome sexual advances e.g, pressure for unwanted sexual activity
Victimisation e.g, singling out an individual for particular treatment or criticism
Intimidation e.g, aggressive or threatening behaviour
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