09 Feb Becoming a More Inclusive Family: A Toolkit for Appreciating Seen and Unseen Differences
This course is for any family that wants to raise children that value diversity, equity, and inclusion. “Becoming a More Inclusive Family” draws on Anthropological theory and Liberating Structures to teach a series of simple and useful tools for parents push their comfort zones. From young families to experienced ones, participants will be challenged to learn about racism and its consequences, how our identities influence our lens, how to talk about human differences with children of all ages, and how to live a life that embodies diversity and inclusion.
We complement our Anthropological approach with the principles of Cultural Humility. Cultural Humility: to humbly reflect on one’s own personal and systemic biases, and to recognize oneself as a learner when it comes to understanding an other’s experience. Together, we can be open to learning, accepting and respecting human differences.
Included In This Course
- Up to 5 hours of video content divided into 4 modules
- Module #1 Identity and Intersections
- Module #2 Understanding Race, Racism and Antiracism
- Module #3 Talking About Race and Differences with Kids
- Module #4 Diverse Environment and Action Plan.
- A 65-page workbook
- Access to Xenolearn’s online learning hub
Great for caretakers of children 10 years old and younger.
Continuing Education Credits
You will receive a certificate of completion for six hours upon completion of this course.
A Note From The Instructor
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