This article touches on understanding our own culture as educators and how others cultures shape children’s behaviour by acknowledging their own self-awareness.
This article speaks about the importance of having anti-bias education, and indicates the responsibilites of the educator in fostering an anti-bias curriculum.
Moving beyond incorporating activities and books that promote anti-bias education, this article outlines a anti-bias framework to use in your practice.
This article highlights different activities and games from different countries across the world, allowing for different cultural perspectives and understanding. Age specific for elementary school children.
This article on this Website Book Riot, highlights 30 different books that promote diversity and acceptance of differences among cultures.
This article lists off some books that can be used to teach children about the variety of cultures of the world around them. These books helps children see representation of their own culture in the classroom!
This ToolKit on ConnectAbility allows for different conversations to flow about cultural diversity and acknowledges differences, similarities and how to promote inclusion of all.
This website provides education apps from across the globe that can be used in enhancing children’s understanding of their own culture and others cultures.
Provides tools for teachers and educators in their cultural competence.
Provides resources on having a classroom that encourages diversity, and reflects equity and inclusion