Training Type: Online Real Time
Total Hours: 2
Creating Culturally Responsive Curriculum and Learning January 27, 2021
Curriculum and learning that is culturally responsive honors and validates the lived experiences and ways of knowing of children and families from diverse backgrounds. It is grounded in teacher’s dispositions, beliefs, and mindsets about children’s potential which are foundational to bolstering positive teacher-child relationships and learning. As part of the Vermont Guiding Principles Professional Development Series, this 2-hour session will deepen understanding of Culturally Responsive Practice as a framework to support children’s learning including: valuing and incorporating children’s strengths, funds of knowledge, and cultural ways of knowing to make learning more meaningful. You are encouraged to attend the full training series, but welcome to sign up for any individual session you choose. Follow the registration link to learn more and to register for any or all of the sessions.
IMPORTANT: Do Not click on the orange box to select a date to register. Please Click on the blue title of the sessions you are interested in. This is an Online Real Time training and will be delivered via Zoom. Participants must have an Internet connection and computer, laptop, mobile device or tablet with camera, audio, and mic. You will receive a Zoom link to participate after you register. After the training, you will receive a brief survey from Northern Lights which will collect the information needed in order to enter this training into your BFIS account.