Self & Cultural Understanding

Lessons

  • 1

    Sense of Self: An Introduction

    Children develop a sense of self through their life experiences, knowledge, and environment. This lesson provides an introduction to the concept of self, how self is developed in adults and children, and the influence of culture on the sense of self.

    This lesson is estimated to take 30 minutes to complete.
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  • 2

    Promoting a Sense Of Self: All Children

    Children are learning who they are and forming a sense of identity during every stage of their development. Family child care providers have an important role in this process. This lesson will further describe what sense of self means for children at different ages and discuss how providers can promote acceptance of individual differences, address the needs of diverse learners, and encourage family participation in children’s development of self.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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  • 3

    Promoting a Sense Of Self: The Environment

    This lesson will focus on how the family child care environment influences children’s sense of self and describes how you can create environments that engage children in meaningful experiences that promote development.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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  • 4

    Promoting A Sense Of Self: Experiences and Activities

    High-quality experiences, environments, curricula, and programming are critical to development and learning, and they help children develop a positive sense of self. This lesson will focus on how you can engage children in meaningful experiences that promote and support their sense of self.

    This lesson is estimated to take 60 minutes to complete.
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