HUS 210 - Anti-Bias Early Childhood Education3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.
This course focuses on various methods for teaching young children, birth to eight years, from an anti-bias perspective. Included will be ways to incorporate anti-bias attitudes and materials into an early childhood curriculum. Areas of bias to be covered include, but are not limited to gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, culture, ethnicity, race, and religious beliefs. Students will be encouraged to explore their own bias in relation to educating young children. Small group discussions, community speakers, and field trips to Early Childhood Centers using an anti-bias curriculum are part of the course experience. Also available as EDU 210.
Usually offered in Fall and Spring semesters and online
Pre-Requisites: HUS/EDU 207 or HUS/EDU 208 or PSY 220 or permission of the instructor
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