Let’s talk about Books baby!

A talk by Vera Ahiyya
The Tutu Teacher

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Children yearn to see themselves in our classrooms. In this session, we'll discover how our culture reveals itself in the classroom and make connections between diversity and our students using children's books. Confidently engage in conversations about diversity and inclusion and identify higher order thinking questions to use with children's books about diversity. You'll walk away with a toolbox full of strategies to help you talk about diversity.

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Vera Ahiyya

Vera has taught Kindergarten and first grade for the last 15 years in Austin, Boston, and Brooklyn. Vera’s online presence is dedicated to influencing other educators by spreading her vast knowledge and love of diverse children’s books. Vera’s unwavering commitment to social justice and diversity is also the focal point of her professional development presentations for other educators. Vera lives in Brooklyn with her husband Lonnell and her dog, Mozi.

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