Cultural Awareness and Communication are fostered by elementary educational videos.

Today’s classrooms are filled with people from all over the world, which can be both exciting and controversial. It’s your obligation as a teacher to understand and respect the diverse cultural backgrounds of your kids and their families while also fostering open and honest dialogue among all parties involved. The use of educational movies in the classroom can help pupils learn to appreciate and respect cultures that are different from their own.

According to the findings of a recent industry survey, the attitudes of families and instructors about the importance of parental involvement in kindergarten were examined. According to the findings of this study, both teachers’ and parents’ opinions of parental engagement had an impact on how teachers reported it. African-American and Latino parents were cited by teachers as being less interested in their children’s education. There was also an increase in parental involvement when parents had higher education, teachers said.

Misconceptions such as these can have a negative impact on the connection between a parent and a teacher. It is possible to teach students and teachers how important it is to learn about different cultures by including instructional movies into classroom lessons and discussions. All parties engaged will have a better time as a result of this change in dynamics.
What It Means for Parents
when there is a lack of facts, perceptions take precedence over facts in shaping our overall beliefs. This study indicated that parental participation was influenced by both parents and teachers’ assessments of the strength of their home and school ties. Because the parent felt they weren’t required at school, they preferred to avoid it. Because they didn’t believe the parent had anything to contribute, teachers didn’t promote participation.

Cultures and Race

Making assumptions about someone or something that you don’t know much about is a pretty common occurrence. Despite numerous laws to the contrary, racial and cultural prejudices persist throughout the United States. There is a legacy of institutional and individual racism that can easily affect a parent’s sense of acceptance, belonging and a shared community, especially for families of African Americans and Latinos. So parents and instructors have long held beliefs based on their own flawed thinking and actions.

The students’ misperceptions can persist unless action is taken. Students who watch educational videos are more likely to have an open mind about other people’s cultures and ethnicities and to treat them as equals. When these barriers to acceptance are broken down, everyone benefits from the positive learning environment that results.


Teachers and other educators may view a mother in a different light if they believe she lacks education. Higher maternal education was shown to be linked to an increase in the amount of parental participation reported by teachers. As a result, tensions in the classroom may arise that aren’t necessary. Students and teachers alike get the benefits when educational videos are utilised to demonstrate that a diverse classroom can be both enriching and productive.