On Feb. 13, Crystal Rose, Director of the Pre-Apprenticeship Program at Carlow University, and Dr. Tammi McMillan, Director of the Apprenticeship Program at Carlow University, hosted a presentation on Culturally Relevant Teaching Practices in Early Childhood Education. This presentation highlighted the importance of Anti-Bias Education (ABE), which is an active approach in challenging stereotypes, and it discussed the four goals of ABE: identity, diversity, justice, and activism.
The end of the semester is quickly approaching, which means that final projects, papers, and exams are also on the horizon. Luckily, Carlow University has a resource for academic support — the Center for Academic Achievement, or the CAA. Learn more about the CAA’s services and tutoring options during the pandemic.
Early childhood education major Guinevere Stearn’s personal experience with the progression of student observing through the pandemic.
Written by Morgan Mack When instruction at Carlow shifted from in-person to online in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of faculty members were interested in how students were fairing under different learning conditions. […]
Written by Morgan Mack College means different things to different people. Some attend solely for the educational purposes. Some attend for the experience. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges all […]