Anti-bias Community Resource Tool

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Module 06 Content

Scenario

As an early childhood educator, your role is to create a warm and culturally responsive environment that respects diversity and supports children’s connection to their families and community. Although your primary function is to educate young children, there will be opportunities to advocate and be a resource for families. Being prepared for these opportunities will be vital to your success in building partnerships between families, early childhood settings, schools, and community organizations and agencies.

Creating an Anti-bias Community Resource Tool not only speaks to our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and social justice but demonstrates awareness of resources available to support families and their children’s development, providing a reference for the educator’s practice.

Instructions

For this deliverable, you will conduct research and create an Anti-bias Community Resource Tool for your selected resources.

Part One – Research

  • Research the following topics and recommend at least one resource for each topic (minimum of nine).
  • Resources can include appropriate early childhood: children’s books, journals, articles, TED talks, YouTube professional videos, and children and family activities. Make sure to vary your resource selection to meet the needs of diverse families and encourage using the resources.
  • Positive and confident self-identities – Children’s books supporting and encouraging the development of positive and confident self-identities within a cultural context; make sure to include the titles, authors, publishers, copyright dates, and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each book.
  • Standing up for oneself – Children’s books supporting and encouraging the standing up for oneself and others in the face of bias, prejudice, and racism; make sure to include the titles, authors, publishers, copyright dates, and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each book.
  • Similarities and differences – Children’s books supporting children’s understanding of similarities and differences; make sure to include the titles, authors, publishers, copyright dates, and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each book.
  • Preventing biases – Activities or resources for preventing biases with mistaken thinking based on stereotypic or limited information; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.
  • Empathic interactions – Activities or resources for developing empathic interactions with diversity among people who speak multiple languages; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.
  • Understanding disabilities – Activities or resources for helping families of young children better understand disabilities; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.
  • Diverse families – Activities or resources for helping families appreciate the many types of diverse families; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.
  • Gender bias – Activities or resources for information on biases regarding gender; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.
  • Local resources – Resources connected to your local community that assist young children and their families; make sure to include references and summary (at least 1-2 sentences) explaining how it meets the topic for each resource identified.

Part Two – Anti-bias Community Resource Tool

  • Using a free online tool (Padlet, Wakelet, Wix, or other similar tools) to develop an anti-bias community resource tool to organize and communicate your research on each topic above.
  • Submission Requirements:
  • Word document with your first and last name
  • Link for a free online tool used (Padlet, Wakelet, Wix, or other similar tools) that contains a variety of resources organized to encourage their use.
  • Uses professional language and tone with correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation in the Anti-bias Community Resource Tool.
  • Provides credible, professional sources for each resource identified as an APA formatted reference page.

Last Updated on September 13, 2021