09 Apr Demo Course
This introductory course by anti-bias/antiracist (ABAR) teacher-educator and Montessorian, Britt Hawthorne, is designed to help educators take the first steps to develop critical cultural consciousness within their teaching practice and equip them with a common language to assist with navigating discussions around diversity and justice in the classroom.
Participants will leave with an understanding of how children develop racial and ethnic prejudices early in life, how to identify stereotypes, and how to respond to pre-prejudice, along with the tools to combat explicit and implicit biases. Participants will also learn how to create a developmentally appropriate anti-bias environment.
Included in this course:
This course consists of 4 hours of pre-recorded videos plus a workbook of activities and reflection to facilitate learning.
Best for educators who work with children aged 3-12.
You Will Learn:
- Individual Registration $190
- School Registration (5) $750
- School Registration (10 $1,500
- School Registration (20) $2,500
- School Registration (50) $3,000
- School Registration (75) $4,500
- School Registration (100) $6,000
Group registration allows one buyer to purchase on behalf of multiple participants. Upon completing your purchase you will be granted group leader privileges. Group leaders are able to add/enroll their participants immediately. As a group leader, you can also monitor participants' progress.
If you are planning to view the course videos as a group, please be sure to purchase the school registration that corresponds to the number of viewers.
Please note: Access to this course is the same for all group participants and starts on the date of purchase, not when you added them.
Continuing Education Credits
You will receive a certificate of completion for 5 hours upon completion of this course.
This course consists of pre-recorded videos and PDF downloads. You will gain access to all the course contents upon registration and may go through them at your convenience. You have access for one year.
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