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Chapter 1, Diversity in Education, Caprice Paduano Chapter 1, Diversity in Education, Caprice Paduano Presentation Transcript

  • Today
    • Lets talk dolls!
      • Size
      • Type
      • Table
      • Links
    • What is Anti-Bias Education
  • Dolls
    • http://www.clothdollconnection.com/FreePatterns.html
    • http://www.dollmakersjourney.com/freepatterns.html
    • http://home.gci.net/~dollz/blume-pattern.pdf
    • http://judisdolls.com/babybows/index.html
  • Anti-Bias Educaiton Chapter 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAfLLHBrXkg
  • What do we believe?
    • All children/people deserve the opportunities to reach their full potential.
    • Children should be treated as if they are strong, intelligent and kind.
    • Adults need to actively guide these types of feelings, emotions and opportunities!
  • Anti-Bias
    • What does this mean?
      • Modeling, materials and activities
      • Teaching children to
        • Respect
        • Recognize bias
        • Appreciate
        • Positively interact with ALL people
        • Power in themselves
  • Why do we teach this way?
    • Teachers are committed to the idea and belief that every child deserves the opportunity to develop to their full potential
    • Teachers are the key to providing the education of what is really out their
  • The vision of anti-bias education
    • Children and families belong
    • Children have access to society
    • School and education are joyful, not scary
    • Respect is learned
    • Resources are available
    • Everyone is safe
    • Survive, develop, protect and participate
  • Activity
    • As a class we will share our bias beliefs. We all have them.
    • Remember what we share in class is safe and an opportunity to learn
  • Four Goals of an Anti-Bias Education
    • Goal 1
    • Nurture the construction of a knowledgeable, confident identity as an individual and as a member of multiple cultural groups (such as gender, race, ethnicity, or class
      • Every kid should feel good about themselves
  • Four Goals of an Anti-Bias Education
    • Goal 2
    • Promote comfortable, empathetic interaction with people from diverse backgrounds.
      • Everyone should have opportunities to learn about differences
  • Four Goals of an Anti-Bias Education
    • Goal 3
    • Foster each child’s ability to recognize bias and injustice
      • Critically think about bias and own bias
  • Four Goals of an Anti-Bias Education
    • Goal 4
    • Cultivate each child’s ability to stand up, individually and with others, against bias or injustice
      • Take action
  • Now let’s take action!
    • The four goals of an anti-bias education (ABE) are for EVERYONE
    • ABE activities pay attention to the realities of children’s lives
    • ABE is developmentally appropriate
    • ABE planning us child AND teacher activities
    • ABE learning does not happen in ONE day or lesson
    • ABE calls on teachers to know THEMSELVES
    • ABE avoids the tourism approach
    • ABE requires strong relationships between everyone!
  • Activity
    • Please open your books to p. 9
      • With someone you don’t know answer the 6 questions in the red box!