Talking Race With Kids: Tips From 4 Educator Mamas.
Tix + info in bio and @ https://tinyurl.com/MamasandRace.
Guiding questions for the conversation include:
How do I begin? and how do I continue?
Which topics are appropriate for specific ages?
What tools are there to help me and my child?
What happens when/if I get stuck?
What should I avoid?
Dr. Jen Matos, Assistant Professor at Mount Holyoke College
Elizabeth Brown-Davis, NBCT, Florida Elementary School Educator
Lexi Walters-Wright, MLIS, Writer, editor, and librarian, and kids bookstore owner
Dr. Megan Allen, NBCT, 2010 Florida Teacher of the Year
June Webinar recording: Beyond Clorox wipes and wine: At-home learning strategies for families (building curiosity)
Warning: Super cute and brilliant child below. In all honesty, she's my niece. Below you'll find the how-to videos from the webinar, Beyond Clorox Wipes and Wine: At-Home Learning Strategies for Families. The videos walk you through how to dip your toe into curiosity-based learning at home. You've got this, families and caregivers!
Part 1: Setting up the conversation
Part 2: Choosing a curiosity
Part 3 and 4: Brainstorming questions
Parts 1-4, the whole shebang! 4 steps to guide curiosity-based learning
Looking for a few tips from an award-winning educator to make your child's at-home learning easier on everyone, more meaningful (and engaging) for your child, and less overwhelming for you?
We've got you!
Tailored Learning Supports (for Families) and High Five Books are happy to share free resources to help at home, building a greater sense of curiosity with your child and a greater sense of relief for the adults. Based on academic standards and solid research, we hope to offer strategies that will supplement at-home learning and fill in gaps from closed summer camps.
Find out more details on the webinar and register for free at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beyond-clorox-wipes-wine-at-home-learning-strategies-for-families-tickets-110188197866.
Please visit this link to find some free, curated resources for families on building curiosity with your kids. Please note that this file will be updated continually and provides some grounding research, strategies, and articles for caregivers.