By Kinota Braithwaite, Anti-Racism and Anti-Bullying Youth Speaker
I had the honor of addressing aspiring Japanese preschool and elementary school teachers at Tamagawa University.
We talked about the need to break down stereotypes and biases that can form early in life and how teachers play a big role in changing these ideas. We also explored practical ways teachers can include diversity education in their teaching here in Japan.
The future teachers at Tamagawa University were really enthusiastic about bringing diversity education into their teaching practice. My talk at Tamagawa University, I believe was a step toward making diversity education and anti-bullying resources a larger part of teacher training in Japan.
I believe that these future educators are key players in creating a more inclusive future. Together, we can make a big difference in how Japanese schools operate.
Let's Start a Dialogue:
Principals and Teachers, I extend a heartfelt invitation to engage in open conversations. Together, let's address concerns, exchange ideas, and craft experiences that transcend. Let's embark on a journey to enrich minds and create a lasting positive impact on the lives of students.
A Vision for a World Free of Racism and Bullying
You're welcome to connect with me at www.learnwithkinota.com