Dr. Darryle Craig, Coordinator of Family Partnerships for Fairfax County Public Schools, presents her ideas and strategies for becoming "Culturally Competent.” According to Dr. Craig—cultural competency is “the ability to interact effectively with people from different cultures.” In the final part of the series, Dr. Craig reviews the last two stages of Cultural Competence. She considers: What do you need to learn? With whom do you need to participate effectively?
The Facilitator’s Handbook and Participant's Workbook gives an instructor all he or she needs to use the Cultural Competence videos as a professional development course: https://itweb.fcps.edu/fairfaxnetwork/videostore/pdfvs/cultural_competence_facilitator.pdf, https://itweb.fcps.edu/fairfaxnetwork/videostore/pdfvs/cultural_competence_participant.pdf.
A DVD is available at https://itweb.fcps.edu/fairfaxnetwork/videostore/level2a.cfm?productid=256.
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