COHORT 3 - Summer 2022 - National Blended Learning - DECC 2: Exploring Historical Inequities in Public Education (Facilitated Learning)

Content
1 module

Rating

Instructor
Jenny Feuilles

Released
10 Aug 2022

Price
$0 - 100

Description

Educators will be able to define and describe implicit and explicit bias and identify how bias influences decisions, actions, and behaviors with students and families. Educators will also identify specific actions they can take to disrupt bias in their classrooms, schools, and districts.

Objectives

At the completion of this lesson, coaches will better understand their personal biases and better understand how to coach others to understand and address their biases.

  • Why we have bias
  • How explicit and implicit biases impact student learning and educational structures
  • How to address your own explicit and implicit biases
  • How the NEA Racial Justice in Education Framework can be used to address bias and promote racial justice in classrooms, schools, and districts

 

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DECC: 2. Exploring Historical Inequities in Public Education (Facilitated Learning)
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Thank you for making this learning opportunity possible.
 
Added 3 months ago, by Capathia
This was a great experience! I learned and unpacked my bias.
 
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Added 3 months ago, by Maryellen
Best professional development course I have done in several years! Terrific cohort member and great leadership from Anne Marie.
 
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