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Confronting Our Discomfort: Clearing the Way for Anti-Bias
How do our own attitudes get in the way of anti-bias in the classroom? This presentation provides a framework for early childhood teachers and education professors to confront this issue head on. Join me as we explore our own shortcomings, stop the perpetuation of negatives, and clear the way for acceptance of diversity!
Become aware of, and raise consciousness of, feelings of discomfort and bias on a personal level
Learn to negotiate personal feelings of bias in relationships with children and families
Learn effective ways of working with people different from themselves
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Wisconsin | Professionalism
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Beginner / Intermediate
Family Child Care Providers
Child Care Center Teachers
Child Care Center Directors
Head Start Teachers
Head Start Administrators
Early Head Start Teachers
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Technical Assistance Specialists
Age Group Focus
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