Thu, Sep 09 | Webinar

Reflecting on Anti-Bias Education in Action: The Early Years

This is a FREE event, facilitated by Nadia Jaboneta & Debbie LeeKeenan, in the effort to put our collective voices together to create our vision for the future of Early Childhood Ed., sponsored by the Social Justice Committee and Fullerton College Child Development & Educational Studies Lab School.
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Reflecting on Anti-Bias Education in Action: The Early Years

Time & Location

Sep 09, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Webinar

About the event

Please Join Us for a discussion about anti-bias education in our field

Reflecting on Anti-Bias Education in Action: The Early Years

Facilitated by Nadia Jaboneta and Debbie LeeKeenan

Some questions for your reflection are:

  • What strategies do you notice teachers use to implement anti-bias education?
  • What might the teachers need to have done before they started?
  • How would you involve families in anti-bias work?
  • How do your intersecting social identities (e.g. race, gender, language) influence this work?
  • What might you do differently in your context and classroom?

About the Facilitators

Nadia Jaboneta lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children. Nadia is a program coordinator and classroom teacher at Pacific Primary Preschool. She has 22 years of experience in Early Childhood Education teaching young children, training teachers, consulting, and facilitating workshops. She is proud to have immigrant parents from Lima, Peru. It is because of their hard work, resilience and support that she is who she is today. Nadia attended San Francisco State University for both her Bachelor's and Master's degree. There she had the opportunity to learn about teacher research and the importance of capturing children’s voices and to reflect on her own practice. She was named a Promising Emerging Leader by Exchange in 2015, and is the coauthor of Children’s Lively Minds: Schema Theory Made Visible with Deb Curtis.

Debbie LeeKeenan is a lecturer, consultant, and author, currently residing in Seattle, Washington. She was director of the Eliot-Pearson Children’s School at Tufts University in Medford, MA from 1996 to 2013. In addition to teaching in the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development at Tufts University, she has been a member of the early childhood faculty at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and she is a former preschool, special education and elementary school teacher. She consults and lectures locally, nationally and internationally. Debbie is a co-producer with John Nimmo of the film, Reflecting on Anti-bias Education in Action: The Early Years, released in April 2021. Her co-authored books include: From Survive to Thrive:  A Director’s Guide for Leading an Early Childhood Program and Leading Anti-bias Early Childhood Programs: A Guide for Change.

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