“Jenae Tien once again facilitated an inspiring presentation for students at our school, leading
Children house prep students through a diversity workshop with the help of CJ cannon. This workshop helped our children to understand the meaning of diversity through using familiar: terms, such as looking at differences in clothes and hair as well as skin tone. Students were led through a supported conversation of diversity and why “difference is good. Difference is exciting and you are one of a kind.”We looked at the colour of our skin and discussed it as being a part of a palette, a rainbow or tones and how cool is that !? Students enjoyed listening to the story ‘Luli and the Language of Tea’ by Andrea Wang and created fruit salad skewers to signify the concept of diversity in a hands-on way!
Diversity is an important topic that is normalised through open conversations with a goal to learn more about each other.
We encourage you to continue these conversations with your children and look forward to further educational opportunities. Thank you Jenae and CJ for your time running these sessions.”
– Brisbane Montessori School (Kindy Kids Workshop)