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Understanding Diversity and Promotion of Inclusion in a Childcare Setting

Our world is diverse and multi-faceted. Here you'll understand the concepts of diversity and inclusion in a child care setting, and how you can promote diversity-bases concepts for children. This course will help you recognize your own implicit biases and how they can affect your students.   
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Course Info
State Approval
CDA / NAEYC
Instructor
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training HOURS
2 training/clock hours
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CEU
0.2 CEUs
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TARGET AUDIENCE
All ages
LEARNING OUTCOMES
  1.  Define diversity, inclusion, racism and implicit bias.
  2. State ways caregivers may have implicit bias.
  3. Describe developmental levels where children identify race in themselves and others.
  4. Outline ways a child care provider can promote diversity based concepts in the classroom.
Bertelsen Education courses are internationally accredited through IACET.
This course is approved in the following states:
*NOT APPROVED IN OHIO
Bertelsen Education is IACET Accredited and is approved to offer CEU's generally in all fifty states.
Bertelsen Education courses are also approved with many state registries (approved states indicated by bold and underlined lettering below).
New courses are constantly being approved on registries, so check your individual state registry for the most current list of approved professional development courses in your state.
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This course counts towards the following CDA core competencies:
4. Building Productive Relationships with Families
This course counts towards the following naeyc standards:
1-Relationships 
2 - Curriculum
3 -Teaching 
 6 -Staff Competencies, Preparation, and Support
10 - Leadership and Management
Meet the instructor

Jennifer Flippo

Dr. Flippo is a pediatric nurse practitioner with over two decades of experience caring for children and promoting their physical and emotional wellness. Her areas of expertise include mental health management, social justice policy, and parenting support.

See what other people had to say about this course

"I enjoyed my experience both with the trainer and the course, I learned more about the topic and can take more ideas to my classroom."
-Teacher, Michigan
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