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Originally Posted by momatheart23
I am taking a class on culture and diversity in early childhood education and we are doing group presentation on different areas of bias and how they affect children in early childhood settings. I am in a group doing a presentation of Heterosexism and wanted to get some first hand perspective from parents on how that has affected you and your children for those of you who have your children in childcare or school of any kind focusing on children up to the age of 8.
What ways does heterosexism affect Early Childhood education programs, including teachers and children?
Any input would be greatly appreciated, if you also know of any video clips, recent research, children's book, books for adults on the topic, commonly asked questions
I want to get some first hand experience of the bias you or your children have encountered, stories your children have told you, reactions of teachers anything you feel would serve people planning to become early childhood educators to know to combat heterosexist bias.
Thank you so much in advance for any information.
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