anti-bias-stories

The Anti-Bias Stories blog is a community space for educators and teachers to share their anti-bias stories of practice, policy, professional engagement and learning. This blog is edited by Kathy Gelding, Dr Kathryn Bown and Dr Red Ruby Scarlet. If you would like to submit a blog piece, please email it to: foundation(%20at%20)sjiec.org or if you would like to be a guest editor, please contact us on the same email address.

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Posted by Alistair Gibbs on

When I was first approached about putting a nomination in for the Anti-Bias award I went through a process that I’m sure every educator would have gone through which is one full...

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Posted by Karen Neal on

To receive a phone call from someone who I had read a lot about, read some of her exciting publications both during my studies as well as, just because, was to say the least,...

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Posted by Alistair Gibbs & Michelle Wood, Early Childhood Educators on

Much has been said recently about a crazy online thread. Maybe you’ve heard about it? It has been the topic of presentations, even videos have been made. Let’s set the...

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Posted by Rachel Ho, Early Childhood Educator on

Never in my life have I ever felt comfortable admitting that I was good at something! Perhaps this is because I didn’t feel like I was good at anything. But what is ‘good’?...

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Posted by Kay Bryan, Early Childhood Teacher on

Acknowledging and embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures into early childhood settings is something I have always felt is the ethical thing to do. Doing this...