Teaching for children's rights - preference and prejudice
Understanding how we see each other and ourselves, and the unwritten rules and ideas about 'us' and 'them'. Prejudice and stereotypes based on those rules start becoming established very early. United States
Teaching for children's rights - diversity and difference
Learning about preference, diversity and difference as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children to observe similarities and differences in things and people. United States
Teaching about children's rights - tolerance and difference
Learning about appreciating difference as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children understand about difference and practice tolerance. United States
Teaching for children's rights - about belonging
Learning about where we belong as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children understandings about stereotypes based on their own experiences. United States
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