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BKLYN Early Childhood Educator Series: Talking About Race in the Classroom

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Brooklyn Public Library

Information Commons Lab

10 Grand Army Plaza

Brooklyn, NY 11238

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Session 1: Talking About Race In the Classroom (CTLE Credits: 3)

Trainer: Border Crossers

In this training, educators strengthen their analysis of how racism manifests in schools and classrooms, enhance their understanding of how racism affects children, practice utilizing tools to address race and racism with students, and gain strategies to support a school-wide culture of respect, equity and inclusivity.

By the end of the training, participants will:

  1. Deepen their knowledge of the history and definition race and racism
  2. Enhance their understanding of the how race and racism manifests in classrooms, schools and the lived experiences of students
  3. Practice applying a racial equity lens to scenarios related to race and racism in the classroom
  4. Gain strategies for creating racial equity in classrooms and schools


BKLYN Early Childhood Educator Series: Welcoming and Supporting All Families

Workshops for Educators, Early Childhood Professionals and Children’s Librarians

Hosted and Curated by Brooklyn Public Library’s First Five Years Initiative

The BKLYN Early Childhood Educator Series is a series of 6 professional development workshops designed and curated for early childhood educators and librarians working with young children in diverse schools, early childhood settings, institutions, and libraries, offered for free through Brooklyn Public Library. Brooklyn Public Library workshops for educators qualify towards the New York State Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) credit 100 hour requirement.


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10 Grand Army Plaza

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