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Creating Welcoming Classrooms: How Understanding the Concept of Implicit Bias Can Strengthen Your Teaching

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Subject Social Emotional Learning, Social Studies — Immigration
Grade Level PreK, Kindergarten, Grades 1-12, Higher Education, Adult Education, Professional Development, Paraprofessional and School Related Personnel, Specialized Instructional Support Personnel
Resource Type Article
Attributes English-Language Learners (ELL)
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Some researchers contend that in order to create safe and welcoming classrooms, we must dive into what they call implicit bias. But what is implicit bias, and what lessons can we learn from this concept? To answer these questions, we look to presenters Stacy Davison, formerly with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and social worker Alaisa Grudzinski, who explain why they believe this is such an important concept in school environments. This handy PDF provides an introduction to the concept, strategies for combatting implicit bias in the classroom, and links to videos and resources for learning more.

For more educational resources, visit us at https://www.ilctr.org/promoting-immigrants/ilc-workshops/educators-2/

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November 10, 2021
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