Gender and Early Childhood: Perspectives from Denmark

March 9, 2021 at 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm EST
Online Web Meeting
Free
Child with book

In this webinar, we will explore unique insights into Danish educational frameworks. 

The webinar will explore: 

  • A short introduction to Danish frameworks of thinking about gender and equality.
  • Some of the challenges for educators in the process and how the school leadership worked with resistance.
  • Reaction from the parents and the stakeholders of Martha Hjemmet and how school leadership began to shift their communication surrounding their thought process of gender and equality. 
  • How the nursery and kindergarten at Martha Hjemmet works with gender and equality and how is it shown in the daily life of young children. 

More information around this subject and to explore the book More Opportunities for All Children, can be found on this flyer. Additionally, if you would like to purchase the book by Helle Frederiksen, inquiry at frederiksen@os.dk

When: Tuesday, March 9, 2021, from 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM ET

For: Early Childhood Educators and Leaders
 


Featured Presenter:

Trine Bomann Andersen Headshot

Trine Bomann Andersen | Trine Bomann Andersen headmaster of the nursery at Martha Hjemmet will focus on how her school has thought internationally about gender in the early childhood classroom and shifted how educators talk and interact with young children. She will be sharing research from the book More Opportunities for All Children written by her colleague Helle Frederiksen about their school community.
 

 

 

 

 


Questions: email Sasha Kopp at skopp@jewishedproject.org for more information.

 

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