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Educating Awarenesses in Online Learning: Becoming Aware of Implicit Biases and Leaps to Judgement
We are exploring educating pre-service teachers in the the development of awareness of their own implicit biases and how to leverage digital education spaces to educate these awarenesses. In their future classrooms, preservice teachers will have to make spontaneous and responsive observations and decisions. At the root of these decisions and observations are assumptions about learners and learning, and other myriad factors. Assumptions that are intertwined with implicit biases that lead to leaps to judgment, that teachers may not be aware of. While some of these in-the-moment decisions may be innocuous and have little consequence, others may have drastic consequences with regards to issues of equity.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Robyn Ruttenberg-Rozen
Additional Team Members: Sahana Mahendirarajah & Brianne Brady