Intercultural Empathetic Competent Teaching

Intercultural competence is applied, but its production is complex. There are no practical plans for managing classrooms with culturally diverse students, despite extensive research on management strategies for multicultural classrooms and cultural competence among teachers.
As an instructor, after realizing the challenges of teaching a diverse classroom because of similarities in complications and alteration, one may now handle professionally managing the whole processing, have appropriate responses, providing constitutionally right responses, and covering many sources of that perspective. Being culturally competent entails being aware of cultural social aspects of teaching or learning (Nechifor and Borca, 2020).