Creating an inclusive learning environment at your center

June 30th, 2022

Thursday

Eastern Time

2:00PM - 3:00PM

FREE

Join us on Thursday, June 30th at 2 PM ET as we welcome Kayla Warburton, educator, parent, and customer success specialist at HiMama. Kayla completed her Masters in Education where she focused on anti-oppressive approaches to education. She will be joining us to discuss how to bring anti-oppressive practices into early childhood education classrooms and walk us through how to create an environment that expects, rather than accommodates, everyone. We will learn how to understand our own biases and how to address them. We will leave this webinar with anti-oppressive education practices that can be put into place in the early years. You do not want to miss out! 

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Kayla Warburton
Master of Education &
Customer Success Specialist
HiMama

In this session we will talk about...

Creating an environment that expects, rather than accommodates, everyone.

 Understanding our own biases and how to address them.

Anti-oppressive education practices that can be put into place in the early years


Diversity, Equity, Inclusion - It starts in early childhood

Learn how early childhood education plays a critical role in children's development of acceptance of others.

Learn how to provide a safe and rights-respecting classroom in the early years. 

Honoring children's rights in the classroom

How quality early education can close wealth, wellness and class gaps

Learn how quality early childhood education can close wealth, wellness, and class gaps.

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Kayla is a mother to a toddler and was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She entered the child care space as an assistant director of a school-age program and later as a preschool teacher. In 2018 Kayla returned to school and achieved a 4.0 in the Master of Education program at OISE, University of Toronto. She studied Curriculum Studies & Teacher Development with emphasis in Arts in Education, STEM Education, and Critical Pedagogy (focus on anti-oppressive approaches to education). Kayla has helped organize conferences such as the AAACS (American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies) and has now joined the HiMama team to support educators with relevant & applicable professional development content.

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