The Role of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Early Childhood and Beyond
From Natalie Pelham
It’s crucial for educators to understand and promote inclusive practices. This not only better welcomes students from different cultural backgrounds, but it helps all students develop more open minds and stronger empathy. Dr. Fawzia Reza, ACE’s diversity and inclusion coordinator, talks with Diane Whitehead, CEO of Childhood Education International, about how teachers can tap into the funds of knowledge each student brings to the classroom to make learning an engaging and inclusive experience.