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Use training handouts to assist in identifying personal bias and begin to recognize how self and group-identity is formed.
Using provided article, learners will identify several external influences that negatively and positively affect self and group identity in children.
Participants will observe vignettes and identify several instances of how what is occurring impacts children’s self-identity via social messages.
Using presentation content on disempowering perspectives and frame of reference activities, participants will state two or more ways lessons plans influence self and group identity and will plan one or more activities that have a positive impact on the children in their care.
Identify five details about the Colorado Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators to gain an understanding of the competencies that are aligned with this course.
This training aligns to Colorado's Competencies for Early Childhood Educators and Administrators.
Child Growth Development and Learning 7.2 Plans and implements classroom experiences that support each child’s strengths, needs, and multiple influences.
Family and Community Partnership 5.3 Analyzes own barriers and biases that might hinder the development of mutually respectful relationships with families and community.
Professional Development and Learning 5.1 Identifies professional resources at local, state, and national level.
Teaching Practices 33.2 Plans and monitors experiences and strategies that help children feel like valued members of the group while supporting the development of a positive self-concept and identity.
Teaching Practices 36.1 States the impact of culture, language, and diversity on children's social and emotional development.
Last Update 2/18/2021