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When one child tells another, “You can’t celebrate that!” how do you respond? Join us in conversation with educator Nadia Jaboneta as we explore what it means to bring courage, empathy and integrity to challenging conversations about holidays, race, culture, and religion. We'll explore our own assumptions and possibilities, and how our values about diversity and equity affect our subsequent interactions with children, families and colleagues.
Tuesday, November 29th at 7:00-8:30 pm Eastern
An excerpt from the Exchange Press book, You Can't Celebrate That! Navigating the Deep Waters of Social Justice Teaching
by Nadia Jaboneta.
Hosted by Kirsten Haugen and Sara Gilliam of Exchange Press.
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"I would like to comment on the fantastic structure and facilitation of the moderators… [their approach] felt rich, thoughtfully placed, an extender of the conversation, inclusive of the participants, and a wonderful springboard of many conversations to come."
is a program coordinator and classroom teacher at Pacific Primary preschool in San Francisco, California. She has 20 years of experience in the Early Childhood Education field teaching young children, training teachers, consulting, and facilitating workshops on reflective practice, social justice, project work, sensory integration, and schema theory. Nadia is proud to have immigrant parents from Lima, Peru. It is because of their hard work, resilience, and support that she is who she is today.
Nadia is one of the first people in her family to graduate from college here in the United States. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from San Francisco State University where she concentrated on teacher research and the importance of capturing children’s voices, as well as to reflect on her own practice. She is the co-author of Children’s Lively Minds: Schema Theory Made Visible with Deb Curtis
(St. Paul: Redleaf Press, 2019) as well as several articles in NAEYC’s Teaching Young Children magazine.