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Anti-bias education for young children and ourselves / Louise Derman-Sparks & Julie Olsen Edwards.

By: Derman-Sparks, Louise.
Contributor(s): Edwards, Julie Olsen.
Series: NAEYC (Series): #254.Publisher: Washington, DC : National Association for the Education of Young Children, c2010Description: xiv, 166 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9781928896678 (pbk.); 1928896677 (pbk.).Subject(s): Multicultural education -- United StatesDDC classification: 370.117
Contents:
Foreword: A renewed sense of hope / Carol Brunson Day -- What is anti-bias education? -- Children's identity development -- Becoming an anti-bias teacher: a developmental journey -- Creating an anti-bias learning community -- Learning about culture, language, & fairness -- Learning about racial identity & fairness -- Learning about gender identity & fairness -- Learning about economic class & fairness -- Learning about family structures & fairness -- Learning about different abilities & fairness -- Learning about holidays & fairness -- Anti-bias education with other age groups -- Epilogue-Keeping on Keeping on: the anti-bias journey continues.
Review: "This successor to The Anti-Bias Curriculum provides practical guidance to confront and eliminate barriers of prejudice, misinformation, and bias about specific aspects of personal and social identity thus helping staff and children respect each other, themselves, and all people. Over the last two decades, educators across the nation and around the world have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in anti-bias work. The result is a richer and more nuanced articulation of what is important in anti-bias education. Individual chapters focus on culture and language, racial identity, family structures, gender identity, economic class, different abilities, holidays, and more."- Publisher information
List(s) this item appears in: Bachelor of Teaching (ECE)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-166).

Foreword: A renewed sense of hope / Carol Brunson Day -- What is anti-bias education? -- Children's identity development -- Becoming an anti-bias teacher: a developmental journey -- Creating an anti-bias learning community -- Learning about culture, language, & fairness -- Learning about racial identity & fairness -- Learning about gender identity & fairness -- Learning about economic class & fairness -- Learning about family structures & fairness -- Learning about different abilities & fairness -- Learning about holidays & fairness -- Anti-bias education with other age groups -- Epilogue-Keeping on Keeping on: the anti-bias journey continues.

"This successor to The Anti-Bias Curriculum provides practical guidance to confront and eliminate barriers of prejudice, misinformation, and bias about specific aspects of personal and social identity thus helping staff and children respect each other, themselves, and all people. Over the last two decades, educators across the nation and around the world have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in anti-bias work. The result is a richer and more nuanced articulation of what is important in anti-bias education. Individual chapters focus on culture and language, racial identity, family structures, gender identity, economic class, different abilities, holidays, and more."- Publisher information

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