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Event Details

WIDA Examining Personal Bias in the Multicultural and Multilingual Child Care Setting

: 308123
C1
Wednesday, May 6, 2020  
6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
(3.00 Hours)
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Description

Course ID 118378
This workshop will define multiculturalism and multilingual learning and bring participants to a level of awareness about bias in our society. It will expose ways in which our culture contains subtle and obvious biases. Participants will reflect on their own level of awareness and how it changed due to the classroom activities. Part I: This workshop will define multiculturalism and help participants understand how to incorporate and celebrate true multiculturalism within the classroom.

Participants will identify the parts of their curriculum that need work
and change in order to remain anti-biased. Participants will develop an action plan for each area of their curriculum that will allow them to implement changes immediately.
 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, the student will be able to:

1. Examine personal bias about their community, cultures, and personal lives.
2. Recognize how to to embrace a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds from a strengths-based
approach.
3. Plan changes in curriculum and practice to reflect learning experiences from the training.

Core Knowledge Competencies

Identify the ways that children’s age,
development, culture, language and
ability differences influence learning
in the classroom.
K1.10 C1

Define cultural competence in educational
programming in the context of
standards, guidelines and codes of ethics
to improve learning outcomes
for children.
K6.7 C1


Registration

Event Fee
Registration Closed
Register By
5/4/2020
Required?
Yes

Contact

Annie Skamangas-Scaros (Email)
Early Childhood Education Training Academy
119 South Market Street
Newmanstown, PA 17073
Phone (412) 608-2594
Fax (717) 949-3368

Early Childhood Education Training Academy

Delivery Methods

Web Based
Webinar

Assessment of Learning

Q&A

Description

This workshop will define multiculturalism and multilingual learning and bring participants to a level of awareness about bias in our society. It will expose ways in which our culture contains subtle and obvious biases. Participants will reflect on their own level of awareness and how it changed due to the classroom activities. Part I: This workshop will define multiculturalism and help participants understand how to incorporate and celebrate true multiculturalism within the classroom.

Participants will identify the parts of their curriculum that need work
and change in order to remain anti-biased. Participants will develop an action plan for each area of their curriculum that will allow them to implement changes immediately.


3.00 Hours

Course Level

C1

PQAS Approved

Course Category

Preschool/Pre-K

General Course

Child Growth and Development (1.5 Hours)
Professional and Leadership (1.5 Hours)

CDA Content Areas

Principles of Child Growth & Development (1.5 Hours)
Maintaining Professionalism (1.5 Hours)

Administrators
Directors
Center Staff
Family/Group
Head Start/Early Head Start
Early Intervention
Parent Educators
Home Visitor
Early Child Mental Health
Pre-K Counts
Coaches
Trainers

Infants
Toddlers
Preschool
Pre-Kindergarten
Kindergarten
School-Age
Adult