CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE INTERACTIONS AND GUIDANCE
2021 Fall Term
Early Childhood 336
As the third course in the Teaching in a Diverse Society credential, students will learn culturally appropriate interactions and guidance for young children. Students will explore their own biases; reflect on their intentional and unintentional beliefs that lead to their responses when dealing with children from backgrounds different from their own. Students will also begin to recognize the disparity of equity that may impart a cumulative emotional and historical trauma across generations while learning how to interact and guide children that may be affected by such.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: STUDENTS MUST BE APPROVED FOR ENROLLMENT INTO COURSE, BY ECCE PROGRAM COORDINATOR, AND REGISTERED THROUGH CONTINUING EDUCATION.
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|09/02 - 10/23 (8W1)||