N4C’s Annual Conference & Professional Institute is a premier conference attracting attendees from colleges and universities—directors, faculty, and teachers—interested in sharing innovative practices, cutting-edge research and effective strategies in the care and early education of young children. The 2022 Annual Conference is a virtual event combining interactive live workshops and pre-recorded video sessions designed to allow attendees to expand and enhance their knowledge of early childhood.

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Monday, March 21 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Anti-Bias Education LIVE

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Join us as we continue the conversation in our Anti-Bias Education and Methodology series about creating and enhancing equity in campus-based children’s centers. Anti-bias education is an approach to teaching and learning designed to increase understanding of differences and their value to a respectful and civil society and to actively challenge bias, stereotyping and all forms of discrimination in schools and communities. It incorporates inclusive curriculum that reflects diverse experiences and perspectives, instructional methods that advance all students’ learning, and strategies to create and sustain safe, inclusive and respectful learning communities.

First time attendees and those who have joined us for discussions previously are welcome and encouraged to join in. Our panelists and participants will engage in a live and in-depth discussion about our continued anti-bias work, including conversations with colleagues and the changes made to our environment, curriculum and programming.

Resources and previous Anti-Bias Education presentations can be found on the N4C website. Follow this link https://www.campuschildren.org/  and then move to the he "Zoom Presentation" page under the "Resources" tab.


Marisa S. Chin-Calubaquib

Teacher, Stanford University
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Stacey Smith-Clark

Program Manager, Long Beach City College
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Kelly Jamison

Associate Director, Baby Gator Child Development & Research Center at the University of Florida
Kelly Jamison currently serves as the Associate Director at Baby Gator Child Development & Research Center at the University of Florida.  She holds a M.S. in Health Education & Behavior and a B.S. in Family, Youth, and Community Science.  She has over 20 years of experience working... Read More →

Dr. Cecilia Scott-Croff

Executive Director, BMCC Early Childhood Center
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Dr. Shireetha Gethers

Professor, Mt. San Antonio College

Monday March 21, 2022 3:00pm - 4:15pm CDT