Gender Bias and Stereotypes
This course explores the development of gender identity and stereotypes. Participants will learn how and why gender stereotypes are formed and the ways in which gender stereotyping can impact a child’s psychological and social development. In addition, participants will learn strategies for promoting gender equity and equal opportunity in the classroom.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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