Sticks and Stones: Understanding Implicit Bias, Microaggressions & Stereotypes
Start: Saturday, March 20, 2021• 9:00 AM • Eastern Daylight Time (US & Canada) (GMT-04:00)
End: Saturday, March 20, 2021•11:30 AM • Eastern Daylight Time (US & Canada) (GMT-04:00)
Sticks and Stones: Understanding Implicit Bias, Microaggressions & Stereotypes*
Part I: Saturday, March 20 , 2021 9-11:30am
Part II: Saturday, April 3, 2021 9-11:30am
*For NEARI Members Only - Must attend both sessions
Implicit Bias refers to the attitudes, beliefs or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions and decisions in an unconscious manner. These biases often manifest themselves in the forms of microaggressions and stereotypes. Everyone has Implicit Bias, but few of us are aware of it and how it impacts our daily experiences.
For educators, Implicit Bias may have a negative effect on our students’ behavioral and academic outcomes. These sessions will share real-life examples of different Implicit Biases, Microaggressions and Stereotypes, and how they impact our schools, as well as providing practical strategies to address and confront them in ourselves and others.
Facilitated by Kristin Hayes-Leite, Narragansett; Richard Martin, East Providence; Crystal Monteiro, East Providence; Lisa Parker, Cumberland
(Previously a 4-hour in-person training, this presentation is being offered in two virtual sessions.)
Once you register, you will receive a follow up email with additional information and a Zoom link.