Politics of ECE is a new learning series where early childhood educators and early years providers can come together with academics and researchers to explore the connections between our work and to make visible how politics, policy, and funding are lived. The series consists of pre-recorded video lectures and conversations, and live watch parties where we've come together as a community to explore the content together. All resources from the series will be posted on this page as they become available.
In our first session, Government 101, we heard from sector experts and educators about how the government works, where child care policy fits in and reflected together on how these policies and decisions are lived in our practice as early childhood educators and individuals.
- Sophia Mohamed
- Tegan Nguyen
- Shevaun Burrell
This Watch Party recording includes both video presentations, and participants sharing their breakout room discussion. ASL interpretation is provided for the video presentations.
The online Padlet discussion board offers a space to continue to share ideas, reflections and questions from the event
The slides that accompany the Government 101 presentation by Sophia Mohamed
Developed by Lin Velasco, these key terms accompany the Government 101 presentation
Government 101 Conversation Transcript
Shevaun Burrell & Tegan Nguyen in conversation, responding to Government 101 presentation