How children can make silenced voices heard – The Source

by ahnationtalk on October 9, 2018127 Views

October 09-23

UBC Public Scholars Award recipient Claudia Diaz worked as a manager of social education programs in Chilean inner city schools before moving to Canada for graduate school, including a PhD in Educational Studies at UBC. Her current research addresses the silenced presence of Indigenous people in B.C. and proposes ways of making their voices heard in an early childhood education setting.

Diaz’s study emphasizes diversity and social responsibility in early childhood education, with a particular interest in how people prioritize certain things over others in education.

“I was interested in looking at how young children learn about those issues through the relationship they have with their places,” says Diaz.

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