ER 3300 - Culturally Responsive Early Care and Education
Examines the influence of culture on child-rearing, teaching and learning and explores the dynamics of privilege and power. Prepares early childhood professionals to be culturally responsive caregivers and educators who set high expectations for all children and work effectively with families and within the community. Focuses in particular on supporting racially, ethnically and/or linguistically diverse children. Emphasizes the responsibilities of early childhood professionals to recognize, confront and change racism and other biases in themselves, early childhood settings and other social institutions. Springs. Prerequisite(s): ER 2200. (DICO)(WRCO)
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.