Pedagogy in its nature should be inclusive. It entails being fair as an ethical virtue and being considerate and mindful in a way that everyone feels welcome. One step toward inclusiveness might be practicing tolerating and learning from diverse views and thoughts.
I think one challenge is that we want to treat the students impartially, but students are not all the same. There needs to be an understanding of each student’s individuality while having the idea of the collective view. In an international setting, the dimensionality of inclusiveness reveals itself in several qualities from micro-cultural differences to individual ones. Each environment consists of many micro-cultural communities along with individual characteristics. An inclusive education opens doors to pupils to see from various lenses rather than narrowing their view and force them to look through one predefined lens. This respect promoting and hospitality for all attitude, creates an environment where everyone learns and fosters cultural competence. Encouraging classroom atmosphere favorably influences students’ determination, channels strengths for learning, and engenders motivation that further learning. Such classes involved engaging in conversations and improve understanding of differences. Inclusiveness results in empowerment, when everyone feels the sense of belonging to the environment, find the language to express emotions, and feels being heard. Such a sense of empowerment can enhance communities’ growth and enrichment.