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For this Performance Task Assessment, you will adopt the role of an  early childhood center director who has decided to create a blog for  other early childhood professionals focused on the power of bias;  supporting access, equity, and positive social change for young children  and families; and advocating for access, equity, and positive social  change for early childhood professionals and the early childhood field.

Submission Length: Three, 1-2 page blog posts

Professional Skills:  and  are assessed in this Competency.

Your response to this Performance Task should reflect the criteria  provided in the Rubric and adhere to the required length. This  Assessment requires submission of one (1) file. Save your file as  follows, CL3005_ firstinitial_lastname (for example, CL3005_ J_Smith).

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Staff Newsletter: Supporting Access, Equity, and Positive Social Change

As the director of Scribbles Early Learning Center, you are committed  to cultivating staffs knowledge and skills related to fostering  healthy development of the young children in their care and the families  with whom they have formed partnerships. You are also deeply invested  in developing staff leadership capacities.

Your board concurs and also believes that Scribbles has a robust  commitment to working for access, equity, and positive social change.  They have asked you to work with the staff in developing this broader  advocacy lens. You welcome the challenge and believe that an important  precursor to supporting these goals includes exploring biases, because  deep knowledge of ones own values and beliefs is a precursor to  actively and effectively working on access and equity as social justice  issues. As a first step to this important work, you decide to create a  blog for staff with initial posts that provide a research-based  introduction to the power of bias, including how to recognize and  mitigate it as well as information and strategies that support access,  equity, and positive social change for young children, families, and the  early childhood field.

For this Assessment, complete the Supporting Access, Equity, and Positive Social Change Blog Post Template.

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