CDEV 93 Cultural Diversity in Early Childhood Education (3)
Credit, Degree Applicable
Theoretical and practical implications of social identity, oppression and privilege for young children, families, programs,and teaching. Strategies for culturally and linguistically appropriate anti·bias approaches supporting all children in a diverse society. Self-examination and reflection on social identity, stereotypes and bias, social and educational access, media and schooling.
C-ID ECE 230
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Critique theories of multiple impacts on young children's social identity
- Outcome 2: Investigate the nature of cultural diversity in the United States and its implication fordeveloping early childhood curriculum and for teaching young children
- Outcome 3: Analyze various aspects of children's experience as members of families who experience social bias and the role of education in reinforcing or contradicting such experiences.
- Outcome 4: Assess the components of linguistically and culturally relevant, inclusive, age-appropriate, anti-bias approaches in promoting optimum learning and development.
- Outcome 5: Evaluate the impact of personal experiences and social identity on teaching effectiveness.