Intro to Cultural Humility &
As an educator or facilitator attention, awareness you have the innate ability to make all youth feel welcomed comes second nature to you. Take your teaching to the next level as we explore ways to create equitable, inclusive, and respectful learning environments for all students.
Where are we taking this?
Let’s start with this question – what does it look like, feel like, sound like – when all youth feel seen and heard and their needs are being met? You’re here to learn exactly that. You’re here to reframe the sex education conversation for all students, empowering and supporting them so they see themselves reflected in the lessons.
It sounds like a lot.
You’ve got this. As we have through every step of this program, we’ll equip you to work with the most inquisitive minds. We’ll dig into the essentials of cultural humility and responsive practices, including terminology, implicit bias, and intersectionality, and explore what facilitating through cultural humility and responsiveness lens can look like.
Where to start, you ask?
Right here. After this training you’ll be able to:
- Describe what culture, intersectionality, implicit bias, cultural humility, and cultural responsiveness are
- Understand how culture shows up in learning spaces
- Differentiate between cultural competency and cultural responsiveness
- Understand how intersectionality and the concept of culture support delivering high quality sex education
- Understand how to apply culturally responsive strategies
- Understand how to apply different models to respond to or address microaggressions