Anti-Bias Institute for Early Childhood Educators:
Attitudes are Contagious!
Early Childhood Educators, Childcare Providers and Early Childhood Students
Enhance your ability to create more inclusive classrooms through multicultural education.
Refresh teaching techniques just before your students step in the classroom !
Our next session coming Spring 2016!
Through instruction, facilitated dialogue, small group discussion, and opportunities for self-assessment, the thought-provoking session will enhance your ability to create positive change personally and professionally.
This session will be facilitated by our Youth/Collegiate Services Bari Katz. Ms. Katz is an educator, facilitator, and curriculum designer who works with nonprofit organizations and schools across the country to develop strong youth development and social-justice programs for students. Ms. Katz went on to cofound a charter high school in Brooklyn, NY, where she served as the founding Director of Student Life. Ms. Katz also served as a National Training Specialist for the Posse Foundation. Ms. Katz has been an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College since 2008 and is committed to supporting and empowering young people as they navigate systems of urban education and gain access to higher education. She has a Master's degree in Sociology and two Bachelor's degrees in Politics and Sociology from New York University where she studied race and ethnicity, urban education, and collective action.
$35 non-refundable registration fee for the session. Lunch provided. Seating is limited & advance registration is required!
Contact Bari@AmericanConferenceOnDiversity.org for more information.
Attending the Anti-Bias Institute raised my knowledge tremendously… It has provided me with skills to work towards change in my program.
Shardae Giddens Home Visitor, The Children's Home Society of New Jersey - Early Head Start Program