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Date: January 14, 2017, 9am-12pm
Location: Health Federation of Philadelphia | 1211 Chestnut Street, 8th Floor, Philadelphia
3 SW CEs available. PQAS and Act 48 credits are also available.
Each day teachers instruct, care, and nurture. They develop young minds in many ways, including building a respect for different cultures and cultural values. We know that teachers thoughtfully represent different cultures within the classrooms and instruct their students to value differences.
There are many ways to teach about culture. This workshop will introduce the concept of cultural curiosity and demonstrate ways it can enhance professional practices and the classroom environment.
Participants will engage with each other to share and learn, and create a greater sense of community. By reviving and maintaining curiosity in ourselves, we will also be able to share this with our students.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to define cultural curiosity and how it relates to education, analyze personal experiences with different cultures and how they impacted professional practice, and identify three ways to increase cultural curiosity in themselves and their students.
To register visit the Pennsylvania Early Learning Keys to Quality Portal.
You will have to log in with or create an account to register. To find the workshop, enter the course name in the search box or browse using the calendar view on the portal.
For more information, please contact Monica Sullivan.
This training is provided by the Health Federation of Philadelphia’s Multiplying Connections Initiative through a grant from Philadelphia Health Management Corporation’s (PHMC) Southeast Regional Key (SERK) Program.