Movie Talk: Babies!
The 2010 film follows four babies from different countries through their first year of life. Ponijao lives in Opuwo, Namibia; Bayar(jargal) lives in Bayanchandmani, Mongolia, both rural areas. Mari lives in the very urban Tokyo, Japan, and Hattie lives in San Francisco, U.S. After the movie, we will discuss the diverse ways in which children around the world are raised. Each participant will plan how to use their expanded awareness of diversity to improve their partnerships with families. Popcorn will be served!
Watch “Babies” film on Netflix or request a copy of it with NW Regional CCCRR. This is a take-home training and for materials for film contact email@example.com to have materials emailed or mailed to you. You will receive Set 1, 2.5 hours in Diversity.
Read & Reflect Modules 1-6
Infant and Toddler Physical Development (HGD)
2. Integrating Literacy Strategies (LEC)
3. Parents as Partners ( FCS)
4. Using Observation and Assessment in the School-Age Setting (O/A)
5. Math: Not Just About Numbers (LEC)
6. Helping Children with Angry Feelings
Self-study modules with workbook/sheets
Work at own pace
Your time, free, no pressure, verbal learners, no travel, basic info
This is a take-home training and for materials for modules contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have materials emailed or mailed to you