Diversity: It Is More Than Flesh Colored Markers


How can stereotypes influence classroom practices? How do you recognize biases? Are there developmental stages of children’s understanding of race and/or culture?
Many individuals who work with young children assume that posters, books, and markers promote diversity. This presentation demonstrates how developing a philosophy that celebrates differences supports diversity.

Attendees will:
Discuss diversity in early learning settings.
Learn how celebrating differences supports diversity.

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This is a LIVE ONLINE session, where participants will connect to Zoom. Instructions to connect are provided in a PDF which you will be prompted to download upon completion of your registration. 

Please note that the time is Australian  (Sydney) Time – please adjust accordingly for your location!

Q – I don’t have a zoom account, can I still participate?
A – Yes. You do not need a zoom account, you can simply connect using the instructions provided upon completion of your registration. 

Q – I can’t make that time, can I still watch the session? 
A – Yes. Although live attendance is definitely recommended (it is a great opportunity to feel connected!), we understand that you may not be able to make it along – things happen! Please contact us if you miss the session and we can provide you with the recording.

Q – Do I get a certificate? 
A – Yes. We are working with Jeff A Johnson of Explorations Early Learning to deliver this session. At the end of the session, Jeff will provide a link to a feedback form and upon completion, you will receive your certificate.

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Event Details

Start date: May 12, 2021

Start time: 10:00 a.m. AEDT

End time: 11:00 a.m. AEDT