This robust collection of articles from Teaching Young Children offers practical guidance and tips for keeping equity at the forefront of the curriculum and classroom practices. A wide range of diverse voices from the early childhood education field provide insight on various aspects of advancing equity, from supporting family diversity to considering children’s language and culture when planning learning activities. This accessible, concrete guide on hot-button, timely issues helps classroom teachers determine what exactly being equitable means in their everyday context and interactions with children, their families, and colleagues.
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Learn more about Anti-Bias, Developmentally Appropriate Practice, and Thriving in a World of Diversity with these NAEYC Books
Explore these NAEYC books for a broad spectrum of topics related to equity and diversity in early childhood education and building strong anti-bias programs. Additionally, find out how to thrive in a world of diversity and how to make it a fair place for all children and their families including incorporating policies and practices that recognize immigrant and refugee children and families. Lastly, discover concrete strategies and tips for implementing recommendations from NAEYC’s position statement that will aid in the advancement of equity in early childhood education.
Each and Every Child: Using an Equity Lens When Teaching in Preschool
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