Cultural Diversity



Cultural diversity refers to the variety of cultures that exist within a society or in the world as a whole. It encompasses differences in traditions, customs, beliefs, languages, art, cuisine, and ways of life. These differences enrich human coexistence, promoting an environment of learning and exchange of experiences.

Cultural diversity is essential for the evolution of societies as it encourages creativity and innovation. When individuals from different cultural backgrounds interact, there is an exchange of ideas and practices that can lead to the development of new perspectives and solutions to common challenges.

Moreover, cultural diversity promotes inclusion and respect for differences, contributing to the construction of a more just and harmonious society. By valuing and protecting diverse cultures, we avoid homogenization and the loss of cultural identity, ensuring that each group maintains its traditions and contributes its richness to the global cultural heritage.

Watch the video “What does diversity mean to you?”:



• Name types of cultural diversity you know.

• How does cultural diversity contribute to society?

• How does cultural diversity promote inclusion and respect?








A balancer is an artist who performs challenging presentations, demonstrating their ability to maintain balance on various surfaces and heights. They may walk on tightropes, cylinders, and balls, surprising the audience with their skill. The art of balancing brings many benefits to cultural diversity, preserving and promoting traditions that have existed for centuries in various cultures around the world, such as in European circuses and Asian festivals.

These performances often incorporate diverse cultural elements, such as music, costumes, and various themes, creating a rich and educational experience for the audience. Besides entertaining, balancers show the value of persistence, patience, and focus, inspiring people to recognize the importance of these virtues in their lives.

Balancing shows promote unity and respect among different cultures, helping to build bridges between people. By sharing their skills and traditions, balancers contribute to the appreciation and promotion of cultural diversity, making the world a richer and more harmonious place.




Build a balancer with the pieces from the LEGO® EDUCATION WeDo 2.0 Technology Kit.

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Watch the video and see how the balancer works:


Make the balancer move as shown in the video.

1. Create the programming as shown below:





2. Explain to the rest of the class how the balancer worked.



Answer the questions and share the answers with your colleagues. 

Did your assembly (balancer) manage to stand and balance while running the programming?

How many gears were used in this assembly?

After the construction, store all the materials used.