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Module 4: Recap and Quiz
- There are long term strategies and changes that we can engage in to reduce our unwanted biases, such as mindfulness and intergroup contact.
- One of the best ways to prevent and intervene against bias, is by knowing when you are more susceptible to acting on it, such as moments of high ambiguity, subjectivity, or stress.
- Knowledge about the operation of implicit bias can help inform the individual and institutional approaches you take to address inequitable outcomes in your classroom or school.
- Learning about implicit bias provides a lens to help examine causes of racial, gender, or other social disparities, even in the absence of explicit intent to discriminate.
Module 4: Check-In
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