A teacher must, for this reason, establish an anti-bias practice by coming up with follow-up platforms that can keep in check the cumulative side effects of any biased misconception. In an anti-bias classroom, children, must be taught to be proud of themselves and their families, to respect human differences, to recognize bias, and speak out what they deem right.
A foundation for essential optimistic work about the future of our children is of great importance. Anti-bias teaching materials ensure and are founded on the principle that all children deserve to develop and to his or her full potential without fear of discrimination (Kumagai, 2012). In an anti-bias, class teachers are capable of examining and transforming student’s understanding of their lives and also do self-reflective work to understand their lives more profoundly (Koskei & Schafer, 2008). Principles of anti-bias works in education are based on six proposals. The first proposal states that all children and families have a sense of belonging and experience affirmation of their identities and cultural ways of being (Irilli, 2011). The second premise is that children have access to and participate in education they need to become successful and contributing citizens of their respective countries. The third proposal is based on the fact that education process should involve all members of the program or an institution in a joyful learning process. The other premise of the principle of anti-bias works in education states that children and adults know how to work together respectfully and easily in diverse and inclusive environment (Book, 2007). The fifth proposal is due to the fact all children have a right to protection from harmful influences, abuse, and exploitation.