Date(s) - Monday, June 28, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Children’s feelings of security and self esteem are deeply embedded in a positive identification with their own family and culture of origin. A positive identification with their own family and culture in infants and toddlers is best supported when the child’s primary caregiver shares the culture and language of the child’s family. Caregivers from cultures different than that of the child’s family must find other ways to support the cultural and family identity. In this class, participants will explore the challenges of meeting the needs of infants and toddlers in a culturally and linguistically diverse child care setting. Participants will examine their own caregiving practices and attitudes in relation to caring for children from homes where mainstream English is not spoken.
Core of Knowledge Area: Community (1 hour) and Professionalism (1 hour)
***THIS TRAINING IS AN ONLINE TRAINING FORMAT***
You will receive an email with the webinar, handouts, and Zoom link 24 hours before the training. If you do not receive an email by that time, please contact Kim Locke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each participant will need individual access to a computer, smartphone or tablet. Specific webinar access details will be sent prior to the training.
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Webinar Platform: ZOOM
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There will be a knowledge measure and training evaluation provided via Survey Monkey. The knowledge measure and training evaluation are required components of the webinar and have to be completed in order to receive a certificate of completion.