TAIP Online Workshop
Presented By: Victor L. Bradley Jr.
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022
Time: 9:00 - 10:30 am
Location: Online via Zoom
Eligibility: This free workshop is limited to TAIP Member Schools, Organizations, and Individual Members.
What is Anti-Racist/Anti-Bias Curriculum and Why Should We Teach It to Young Children?
Educators will receive a personalized set of tools designed to address their specific circumstances as they relate to the topics of gender, racism, classism, and activism. You will learn how to effectively use these resources to proactively and positively engage in developmentally appropriate initiatives with your children, parents, and community.
About the Presenter
Victor L. Bradley Jr. has over 30 years of experience as an educator in elementary and early childhood settings serving various communities. And over 20 years of training and consulting at schools, universities, conferences, and workshops.
He offers anti-bias and anti-racist educational programming, coaching, for young children, families, schools, and social-emotional learning for programs.
"In my spare time, I enjoy listening to all kinds of music, connecting to nature on walks on the beaches, or in woodland areas, cooking delicious meals, practicing the healing art of Reiki. I also love spending time with my 11 year-old daughter Hazel and partner Sabina." - Victor L. Bradley Jr.
Learn more at https://victorbradleyjr.com
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