Part ii: addressing bias and promoting equity in early childhood
Bias and discrimination affect people from all walks of life. In the early childhood field, bias and discrimination are especially troublesome, as they can have long-term impacts that can continue to affect children through adulthood. Read Document #1: Madison Place Preschool Scenario prior to beginning Part II.
In three to four pages, complete the following:
- Describe four strategies that you will use in order to address bias and promote equity among the young children in your classroom.
- Explain why you chose these strategies, and how they will help address bias and promote equity.
- Describe how you will implement these strategies to advocate for positive social change on behalf of the children in your classroom.
- Describe one way you will partner with families and/or the community in your advocacy efforts.