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Elevate and Empower Through Advocacy

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1.  When does advocacy occur?
  1. Through classroom interactions, work with families, engagement in program, local, state, and national levels
  2. Through classroom interactions and work with families only
  3. Through engagement in program, local, state, and national levels only
  4. None of the above
2.  Which of the following is NOT a reason to advocate for children, their families, and the early childhood education (ECE) field?
  1. It empowers and elevates
  2. It promotes equity, diversity, and value for children and ECE
  3. It is self-fulfilling and looks good on resumes
  4. It promotes understanding, respect, and voices to be heard
3.  Which of the following are ways to advocate for children in the classroom?
  1. Value their interests, culture, individual strengths, and contributions
  2. Listen to understand so they feel heard
  3. Offer choices so they feel empowered
  4. All of the above
4.  How can you encourage children to advocate for themselves?
  1. Encourage them to speak out
  2. Encourage self-confidence
  3. Ask them for permission and encourage them to ask others for permission as well
  4. All of the above
5.  Which of the following is NOT a way to get involved in advocacy?
  1. Sign up for newsletters and join an ECE organization
  2. Complain about the issues until someone else does something
  3. Attend local council meetings and call public officials
  4. Share your story through social media

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