Exploring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Children’s Literature
Tuesday, November 10; 10am - 11am
Exploring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Children’s Literature
Rosemary Wrenn, Cuesta College, Cal Poly SLO

Participants will be introduced to and discuss strategies for making culturally sustaining choices in children’s literature for their classrooms and families.

Topics included in this workshop are
*The importance of representation in Children’s Literature
*What is Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy and what does it have to do with picture books?
*What to do when you find out your favorite childhood book is racist?
*Own voices
*Reliable resources for selecting books and materials
We will also have time for discussion and sharing of participants’ favorite children’s books

You will receive an email with a registration link for the workshop on Friday, November 6 and a follow up on the morning of the workshop.
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Please be advised that this workshop will be recorded. You have the option to turn off your video during the session.
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