Cultivating Culturally Responsive Anti Bias Educators Part 2

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Cultivating Culturally Responsive Anti Bias Educators Part 2, Modules 5-7.

Are teacher preparation programs preparing teachers to work with culturally diverse students? According to Preparing Teachers For Urban Schools: The Role of Pre-Service Experiences and School Context in Classroom Practice Report (2018), 62% of new teachers survey felt unprepared to teach culturally diverse students. This dissertation addresses this question by creating a series of modules that focuses on cultivating culturally responsive anti-bias educators in the early years of education.

Learning Module 5: Building Your Anti-Bias Culturally Responsive Program: Representations in Curriculum, Lessons, and Activities

Do children see themselves in the classroom, in the curriculum, activities? In module 5, preservice and in-service teachers reflect on representations in the curriculum, lessons, and activities. Representations makes learning visible for young children.

Learning Module 6: Observations. Authentic Assessments, and Video Analysis

Module 6 focuses on observations, authentic assessments, and analysis through video. Teachers must be aware of cultural bias when observing students and assessing their learning. We review a few techniques that early childhood teachers can use to create equity, visibility, and reflection while observing and assessing.

Learning Module 7: Field Experience and Teacher Preparation

Is your teacher preparation program partnering with schools and childcare centers in diverse student populations? This module is directed to teacher preparation programs and the role that programs play in cultivating culturally responsive anti-bias educators. High quality teacher preparation programs partner with high quality schools!

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