Description

This stack is designed to provide educators with tools to identify several types of biases. Pursuers will be equipped to reflect on causes and impacts of bias to inform work on future micro-credentials.

What You'll Demonstrate

You will demonstrate recognition of biases that can prevent educators from creating a truly equitable environment for all.

Who Should Apply

  • PK12 educators and administrators
  • PK12 support staff
  • Education support professionals

Micro-credentials


Design Planning - Affinity Bias: Individual

Educators design a plan that addresses how affinity bias can be eliminated in their localized environment of control (i.e., classroom, school, district, community, etc.).

Designing a Plan - Gender Bias: Individual

The educator designs a plan that addresses how gender bias can be eliminated in their localized environment of control (i.e. classroom, school, district, community, etc.).

Designing a Plan - Identity: Individual

The pursuer will create an action plan to dismantle one of the individual injustices identified in the ‚Äúdemonstrate understanding‚ÄĚ micro-credential in this stack or in personal experience.

Designing a Plan - Name Bias: Individual

The educator designs a plan that addresses how name bias can be eliminated in their localized environment of control (i.e. classroom, school, district, community, etc.).

Implementing a Plan - Affinity Bias: Individual

Educators implement a plan that addresses how affinity bias can be eliminated in their localized environment of control (i.e., classroom, school, district, community, etc.).

Understanding Affinity Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of affinity bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Affinity Bias: Groups

Groups demonstrate their understanding of affinity bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e., organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).

Understanding Cultural Bias - Groups

Groups demonstrate their understanding of cultural bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e. organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).

Understanding Cultural Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of cultural bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Gender Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of gender bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Gender Bias: Groups

Groups demonstrate their understanding of gender bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e., organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).

Understanding Hair Bias - Groups

Groups demonstrate their understanding of hair bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e. organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).

Understanding Hair Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of hair bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Ingroup Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of ingroup bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Name Bias

The educator will demonstrate their understanding of name bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (learning environment such as classroom, school, district, and community).

Understanding Ingroup Bias - Group

Groups demonstrate their understanding of ingroup bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e. organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).

Understanding Name Bias - Groups

Groups demonstrate their understanding of name bias and how it applies in their localized environment of control (i.e. organization, system, district, school, community, etc.).