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Event Details

Race and Culture in Early Childhood Settings: Beginning the Conversation

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Level 1 – Explores
Monday, December 2, 2019  
06:30 PM to 09:30 PM
(3.00 Hours)
Training will occur in the Minnetonka Mills Room

Description

Course ID 161794
This training will begin the conversation about race and culture by exploring, discussing and sharing our own experiences and the role culture plays in our lives. Some of the beliefs and values that are different than traditional American culture will be reviewed. Am emphasis will be placed on the need for ongoing, intentional, meaningful discussions.
 


Minnetonka Community Center
14600 Minnetonka BoulevardMinnetonka, MN 55345
County Hennepin

Registration

Event Fee
$15.00
Register By
11/25/2019
Required?
Yes

Contact

Think Small (Email)
Think Small (Child Care Aware of MN-Metro District/Region 11: Hennepin & Ramsey Counties)
10 Yorkton Court
Saint Paul, MN 55117
Phone (651) 641-3549
Fax (651) 645-0990

Think Small (Child Care Aware of MN-Metro District/Region 11: Hennepin & Ramsey Counties)

Delivery Methods

Classroom

Assessment/Evaluation

Other - N/A

Description

This training will begin the conversation about race and culture by exploring, discussing and sharing our own experiences and the role culture plays in our lives. Some of the beliefs and values that are different than traditional American culture will be reviewed. Am emphasis will be placed on the need for ongoing, intentional, meaningful discussions.


3.00 Hours

Course Level

Level 1 – Explores

Approved clock hour course

Course Category

Early Childhood

General Course

III: Relationships with Families (3 Hours)

CDA Content Areas

Content Area IV: Strategies to establish productive relationships with families (3 Hours)

Early Childhood Classroom Staff
Center based setting
School-Age Classroom Staff
Family Child Care
Family-Friend-Neighbor
Family Child Care
Parents
Home Visitor
Parent Educators
Administration
Trainers
RBPD Specialists

Adults