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Workshop: Navigating Gender and Sexuality Diversity in PreK-12 (LA)

Navigating Gender and Sexuality Diversity in PreK-12 (LA)

different types of biography Students naturally adopt a range of identities, expressions and roles as they grow physically, emotionally, socially and cognitively. Exploring gender and sexuality is at the heart of this developmental process for children and adolescents of all ages. As our 21st Century understanding of human diversity expands, PreK-12 educators must be able to engage with issues related to gender and sexuality intentionally, competently and confidently.

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http://dig.csail.mit.edu/wiki/images/faq.php?toq=what-is-the-best-custom-essay-writing-service&how=6 This workshop will focus on: (1) defining sex, gender and sexuality (harder than it sounds!) and (2) understanding the role these issues play in day-to-day school life. If you are a first grade teacher helping students negotiate the dress-up corner, a middle school P.E. teacher wrestling with gender role stereotypes in sports, or a high school curriculum coordinator trying to create opportunities for students to think critically about gender and sexuality, this session will support your efforts. We will work with a contemporary framework for understanding gender and sexuality development and explore the language, concepts, and skills needed to work with all PreK-12 students.

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Facilitator

Jennifer Bryan, Ph.D.

Jennifer Bryan, Ph.D.

For 30+ years Jennifer Bryan, Ph.D. has been helping individuals, schools, and organizations thrive. In her work as a teacher, psychologist, consultant, and author Dr. Bryan uses a relational approach to understanding human developmental and supports children and adults alike as they learn, grow, and change. Currently she specializes in helping schools and organizations understand and address the complex and evolving landscape of gender and sexuality diversity. Communities committed to creating informed, inclusive, and productive learning and work environments benefit from Dr. Bryan’s highly customized, informative, and engaging consultation.
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