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CORE PD: Breaking Implicit Bias

Eligible To Attend

Site Director, Site Supervisors, Assistant Director, Ed. Specialists/Instructional Coordinators, Nonprofit leaders, and Senior Group Leaders

Description

Every member of a school’s faculty and staff brings their implicit bias to their work with students. The most effective educators name and interrogate those biases, including confronting how they impact students, and actively work toward breaking them. The best way of breaking our natural impulse to generalize about people is to get to know them as individuals. In this session, we will read and discuss excerpts from stories by teens about how being known by their teachers—or, at a minimum, having their teacher communicate that they want to know them–has benefited the writers socially, emotionally, and academically.

School-Age Child Care training regulations satisfied: 3

Please note that active participation during the session is required in order to receive letters of completion. Letters of completion can only be distributed to participants whose identities are verified.

Location: 

Remote. A link to the training will be sent by email.

Event Date

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Facilitator

Dana Nurse | Director of Culturally Responsive Education for Youth Communication Inc.

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CORE PD: Breaking Implicit Bias
Every member of a school’s faculty and staff brings their implicit bias to their work with students. The most effective educators name and interrogate those biases, including confronting how they impact students, and actively work toward breaking them. The best way of breaking our natural impulse to generalize about people is to get to know them as individuals. In this session, we will read and discuss excerpts from stories by teens about how being known by their teachers—or, at a minimum, having their teacher communicate that they want to know them–has benefited the writers socially, emotionally, and academically. School-Age Child Care training regulations satisfied: 3 Please note that active participation during the session is required in order to receive letters of completion. Letters of completion can only be distributed to participants whose identities are verified. Location:  Remote. A link to the training will be sent by email.
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