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Best podcasts about implicit bias

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Implicit Bias
We Are Getting Convicted

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 119:24


This week on Implicit Bias, we are talking convictions. Are you convicted? We sample a Thomas S. Moore Port cask finish as well as Pure Kentucky Bourbon XO brought to us by our whisky partner NuNus Markets.We are joined by the Rustic Renegade Caleb Morse, Burley "short pour" Pellerin and Louis Pizzolatto of Coin and Treasure. 

Leading Equity
LE 282: Abolitionist Teacher Education for Teacher Candidates with Drs. Kathleen Riley and Katie Solic

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 38:11


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Kathleen Riley, Ph.D. ​Kathleen Riley earned her bachelors in English at Colby College, her master's in teaching at American University, and her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania's Reading, Writing, and Literacy program. Her teaching and scholarship interests include adolescent literacy, critical literacy education, teacher inquiry and activism, gender and sexuality in education, and teaching for social justice. Before joining the faculty at West Chester, Dr. Riley taught in the public schools in Washington DC, Fairfax County, VA, Newton, MA, and Boston, MA, in the Upward Bound program for high school students in Philadelphia, and in various master's and doctoral programs at the University of Pennsylvania. Katie Solic, Ph.D. Courses Typically Taught: Foundations in Reading, Reading Instruction and Practicum, Assessment and Instructional Interventions in Reading and Language Arts, Reading in the Content Areas, Literacy Practicum and Seminar II Katie Solic earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, her M.Ed. in Reading Education from the University of Florida, and her Ph.D. in Education from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Dr. Solic brings experience as a language arts teacher and literacy specialist at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in both public and independent school settings. She began her college teaching experience as an adjunct instructor at West Chester University. Prior to joining the faculty at West Chester University full-time, Dr. Solic served as a Michael Pressley Memorial Research Fellow at Benchmark School in Media, PA. Her research focuses on meeting the needs of striving readers and the teachers dedicated to supporting them. Show Highlights Abolitionist teacher education Introducing abolitionist education to teacher candidates Feedback and observations from participants Opportunities for more participants Community engaged teacher education Best practices Connect with Kathleen and Katie Kathleen's Faculty Page Katie's Faculty Page Abolitionist Teacher Education in the Contact Zone: Tensions of Facilitating Teacher Candidate Learning in Activist Educator Spaces Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Two Psychologists Four Beers
Episode 101: An Outside Perspective on Implicit Bias

Two Psychologists Four Beers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 75:31


Alexa and Yoel discuss the much trodden topic of implicit bias from a less trodden perspective: that of the general public. Offering insight into the public's views is a paper by Jeffrey Yen, Kevin Durrheim, and Romin Tafarodi, which explores public thinking about the implicit association test (IAT) through an examination of the New York Times comments section. These comments demonstrate varying reactions to the idea that negative associations with some identities - racial and otherwise - can bubble beneath the surface of our explicit attitudes. Some dismiss the IAT as "academic abstraction," while others see their scores as an opportunity for confession, or even absolution. Still others embrace the role of troll, a topic foreshadowed by our discussion of the proposed overhauling of New College of Florida.

Un Learn To Level Up
Implicit Bias in the Personal Growth Industry

Un Learn To Level Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 15:56


The personal growth industry is a new field that has been traditionally led by white men, which has influenced the underlying assumptions and beliefs about self development that are not the most reflective or inclusive of the current individual seeking support. In today's episode, I discuss a few frameworks that may help us as individuals and leaders to be more compassionate, inclusive, and understanding of what's to be considered when a person is trying to change their life.  ---------   Free Resources:  Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People by Mahzarin R.R. Banaji and Anthony C. Greenwald Kimberle Crenshaw: The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw - YouTube ----------  Stay Connected  Instagram: @jess_demarchis_coaching Website: www.jessicademarchis.com

Leading Equity
LE 281: Creating Affinity Spaces in Predominately White Schools with Dr. Ryan Oto

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 40:38


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Ryan Oto, Ph.D. Ryan Oto has taught social studies in Minnesota for 10 years. He earned his B.A. from Carleton College (2009) and received both his M.A. (2016) and Ph.D. (2021) in curriculum and instruction from the University of Minnesota, exploring the ways that teachers worked against anti-Black racism through their relationships with Black and Brown youth. Ryan exists in the space between the academy and K-12 schools, guided by the philosophy that research should improve communities. He has published in scholarly journals such as Race Ethnicity and Education and The Journal of Social Studies Research, and works as an instructional leader for a local public school district, developing anti-racist approaches to teaching. Show Highlights The idea of starting an affinity space Participation in affinity spaces Creating White Affinity spaces Dealing with pushback Connect with Ryan We didn't have to go through those barriers”: Culturally affirming learning in a high school affinity group Marking the “Invisible”: Articulating Whiteness in Social Studies Education Becoming Critical: Exploring the confluence of justice, belonging, and love with 6th grade youth Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
Let's Get Over Served

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 119:59


It's King Cake Season on Implicit Bias!We'll be “Over-served” this week as we welcome in @therusticrenegade @pipers_haven and @gambinoslafayetteOur #weeklywhiskey from Thomas S Moore provided by our partners @nunusmarkets

Leading Equity
LE 280: How to Liberate Your Consciousness with Dr. Michelle Pledger

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 39:03


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Michelle Pledger, Ed.D. Dr. Michelle Sadrena Pledger is the Director of Liberation at the Center for Research on Equity and Innovation, a center that brings together practitioners, researchers and youth to address complex problems of practice in K-12 education and create more equitable, engaging learning environments for all students. She co-directed the Share Your Learning Campaign which spread student-centered practices (exhibitions, student led conferences, and presentations of learning) to 5 million students. Michelle is also a co-designer of annual Deeper Learning conferences across the country, and recently supported the design and facilitation of the Bill and Melinda Gates Networked School Improvement Community of Practice Fall Convening. As a faculty member at High Tech High's Graduate School of Education, she co-teaches Justice: Self, Schools, and Society in the San Diego Teacher Residency Program, Leadership for School Change in the Master's Program, and she coaches teachers on liberatory project-based learning. As a Freedom Facilitator, Michelle provides professional development for organizations and districts who seek to liberate self, others, and systems. Michelle has been recognized as a Yale University Bouchet Graduate Honor Society member, a David L. Clark Scholar, a Billions Institute Fellow, a Chrispeels Doctoral Fellow, a Shoephlin Fellow, a recipient of the National Society of High School Scholars Higher Education Award, as well as the Inter-American Development Award. She was recently awarded the 2022 Outstanding Alumnus Award by the CSUSM College of Health and Human Services. She earned an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in social justice education through a joint doctoral program at the University of California, San Diego and California State University, San Marcos. Her research focused on cultivating culturally responsive teaching and classroom management self-efficacy in novice and veteran teachers for the purpose of improving academic opportunities and outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse students. She holds a Master's degree in Pacific International Affairs and a Bachelor's degree in International Studies with a minor in Clinical Psychology.  Michelle is committed to disrupting inequity in education and cultivating a community of practitioners who honor the lived experiences of all their students and educators. Her book, LIBERATE! Pocket-Sized Paradigms for Liberatory Learning is a must read for any educator who aspires to design educational experiences that are responsive to culturally and linguistically diverse young people. Whether it is through the vehicle of project-based learning, culturally responsive-sustaining pedagogy, or freedom facilitation, her hope is to develop educators and young people who think critically, act empathetically, and live a life of liberation. Show Highlights Liberation Contribution and semantics Liberating our consciousness Liberation work is lifetime work Connect with Michelle Michelle's Website LIBERATE! Pocket-Sized Paradigms for Liberatory Learning Email Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Legal Matters Podcast
Implicit Bias - What REALTORS need to know (Episode 17)

Legal Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 19:12


This episode, Jana and Dana are joined by C.A.R. Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Farrah Wilder to discuss what every REALTOR needs to know about implicit bias and how it affects their business. They also discuss the new license renewal requirements and what resources are available to REALTORS on this topic. Resources discussed in this episode: Harvard Implicit Bias Assessment - https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/user/agg/blindspot/indexrk.htm NAR Bias Override -https://www.nar.realtor/fair-housing/bias-override-overcoming-barriers-to-fair-housing CAR License Renewal w/Implicit Bias Training - https://www.car.org/education/licenserenewal

Leading Equity
LE 279: The Subtle Gestures that Create Feelings of Belonging in Immigrant Students with Drs. Kristina Brezicha and Chandler Miranda

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 37:29


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Kristina Brezicha, Ph.D. ​Kristina Brezicha is an assistant professor of educational leadership at Georgia State University. She holds a dual-title Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University in Educational Theory and Policy and Comparative International Education. Brezicha's research interests focus on how education supports individuals' abilities to equitably participate in the democratic processes at both the local and national levels. Her research considers domestic and international contexts. Specifically, she has studied how immigrant students' experiences of in/exclusion in their schools has shaped their knowledge, attitudes, habits and dispositions towards the political process in the U.S. and Canada. She has also examined how teachers, educational leaders and school boards have facilitated educational opportunities for diverse student populations. She has presented her work at conferences such as American Educational Research Association annual meeting, University Council for Educational Administration Convention and Comparative and International Education Society Conference. Before pursuing her doctorate, Brezicha taught kindergarten through fifth-grade special education students in New York City. She holds a Masters of Arts in Politics and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a Masters of Science in Urban Education from Mercy College.​ Chandler Miranda, Ph.D. Professor Chandler Miranda is an urban ethnographer and education scholar who studies the educational experiences of recently arrived immigrant youth in urban public schools. Her research offers a hopeful look at uncommon schools while critiquing U.S. education policies rooted in ideologies of monolingualism, white supremacy, and xenophobia.  Miranda's work investigating teacher rhetoric following the 2016 presidential election is published in Anthropology & Education Quarterly (2017) and two co-authored articles that examine the experiences of immigrant students and their families in adverse political climates appear in Harvard Educational Review (2019 and 2021). In 2020, Leadership and Policy in Schools published “Segregation or Sanctuary,” in which Professor Miranda and her colleague argue for the possibilities of counterpublics for immigrant students. In 2022, Equity & Excellence in Education published a cross-case analysis comparing immigrant youth experiences of belonging in urban and rural schools. She has presented this research at the American Educational Research Association, the University Council for Educational Administration, and the American Anthropological Association. Her collaborative work has allowed her to publish critical case studies to look across time, place, and population to advance the field of immigrant education. Miranda's teaching experience spans high school to graduate courses.  She taught 9th-12th grade science for seven years in three different schools for English learners in the U.S and Colombia before pursuing a Ph.D.  She taught pre-service teachers at Queens College before accepting her current position at Barnard.  Show Highlights Immigrant-origin youth New Americans A sense of belonging Othering vs. Belonging Sense of belonging missteps Strategies for creating a sense of belonging for immigrant students Connect with Kristina and Chandler Kristina's Faculty Page Chandler's Faculty Page Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Examining School Practices That Support Immigrant Students' Feelings of Belonging Additional Resources Amplifying Student Voices January 19-21 Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
Change From The Ground Up

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 120:07


Its “bottoms up” in this week's episode of Implicit Bias!Joint the Krewe, with a new member, from the TSPL this week as we explore the REAL way to implement change.We'll also start @thomassmoorebourbon month with their Cognac cask finish from @nunusmarkets

Leading Equity
LE 278: How to Develop Critical Literacy Skills in Special Education with Dr. Amy Ferrell

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 43:36


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Amy Ferrell, Ph.D. Amy Ferrell studies community, discourse, and literacy. Her scholarship, which situates disability research in social, cultural, historical, racial, linguistic, and political contexts, has appeared in journals such as Harvard Educational Review, Reading Research Quarterly, Urban Education, Linguistics and Education, and International Journal of Inclusive Education. She is coauthor of the second edition of The Ethics of Special Education (Teachers College Press). Her current projects explore the profound need for critical literacy approaches in special education research and practice, from which all forms of texts are viewed as ideological and contestable. Additionally, she works to reframe the decades-long debate of inclusion in the field of special education leveraging a perspective of community as a site of mutual giving. Instead of viewing culturally derived and socially constructed norms of independence, achievement, and success as emancipatory, she proposes that true community counters oppression, segregation, and control. Show Highlights Inclusion Social Justice at an early age The COAST method Critical literacy examples Connect with Amy amy.ferrell@ucdenver.edu                                       Exploring Critical Literacy for Elementary Students with Disabilities Critical Literacy: Enhancing Students' Comprehension of Text Additional Resources FREE WEBINAR Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Masters in Psychology Podcast
40: Calvin Lai, PhD – Assistant Professor and Implicit Bias Researcher Shares his Academic and Professional Journey and Offers Practical Advice

Masters in Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 56:18


Dr. Calvin Lai grew up in Canada near Toronto and then moved to New Jersey when he was ten years old. Much of what he learned about race and race relations was channeled through topics in his history classes and his daily experience as an Asian, particularly Canadian Asian American. However, it wasn't until he learned about implicit bias and other related systemic factors that he was able to unlock the vocabulary “for all these kind of subtle acts of exclusion that I had encountered over the years, growing up as an immigrant and so that's kind of what made me so passionate about it…to understand how it works…and what we can ultimately do about it in terms of, you know, giving everyone the kind of fair treatment they deserve.” Dr. Lai recalls first getting interested in the social sciences as a senior in high school where he took a sociology class which sparked the initial interest of using tools of science to better understand people. At this point, he thought that he would become a sociologist, then he took a psychology class and admits that he got the “bug” there too which explains why he graduated with his BA in psychology and sociology as he sees them as complementary. Dr. Calvin Lai is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. In this podcast, Dr. Lai discusses his academic and professional journey and shares his advice to those interested in the field of psychology and offers practical advice to those interested in applying for doctoral programs in psychology. For example, he suggests that you figure out what you are passionate about, build research experience, and find mentors who can help you figure out where to apply. You need more than a good GPA and a good GRE score. Although, these will get you past the initial cutoff, Dr. Lai points out that PhD advisors may often only get to pick one person that entire year, so they are looking for a candidate who really knows what they're signing up for and “if you have the experience to show that you do know what you're signing up for, that's going to be a real big leg up for a particular PhD advisor.” Dr. Lai is the Director of the Diversity Science Lab at Washington University. When asked how important lab, or research, experience is for someone who wants to attend graduate school in psychology, Dr. Lai states “it is super-duper important.” He adds “I can't think of a single PhD student” who didn't have experience before applying to a doctorate program. He states, “if you are able to, it's really, really important to try to do something like an honors thesis or senior thesis or capstone project.” Therefore, it is essential to gain some research experience if you want to set yourself apart from others during the graduate application process, especially at the doctoral level. When asked what the most important thing was when selecting a graduate psychology program, Dr. Lai states “number 1, by far, was the kind of research fit in terms of, like, if I'm going to spend like five years mostly in the office by myself studying some topic, I really wanted to be sure I was passionate about that topic” but also figuring out “what are my career opportunities likely after going through this graduate program?” Dr. Lai shares “the thing that really blows my mind is just how many different types of graduate degrees that you could pursue that are related to psychology, particularly if you're interested in things that are related to clinical practice.” So, doing research on the branches or fields of psychology as well as careers in psychology may help guide you when selecting your academic and career path. During our discussion, we also discussed funding options when applying for graduate programs. You typically get more funding opportunities when you apply to a doctoral program than a master's program. When applying to graduate programs, consider the funding package they offer in your decision.

Leading Equity
LE 277: Unpacking the White Innocence Playbook with Drs. Melanie Bertrand and Carrie Sampson

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 30:00 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Melanie Bertrand, Ph.D. Melanie Bertrand is an associate professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies & Practice at the University of Arizona and a former K-5 teacher. Her research explores the potential of youth and community leadership to improve schools and challenge systemic racism and other forms of oppression in education. Her work pushes the educational leadership field to include youth--especially youth of color and other youth facing injustice--in expanded conceptions of leadership. Carrie Sampson, Ph.D. Carrie Sampson is an assistant professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University. Her research focuses on educational leadership, policy, and equity from three interrelated perspectives -- democracy, community advocacy, and politics. Drawing from a range of critical theories and employing mostly qualitative methods, Dr. Sampson's published work includes peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and policy reports on school boards, school desegregation, English learners, and community organizing in education. She has also received various awards and recognition for her scholarship, including the National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship, American Educational Research Division A (Administration, Organization, and Leadership) Early Career Award, and the UCEA William J. Davis Award for the article entitled “(Im)Possibilities of Latinx school board members' educational leadership toward equity." Show Highlights The White Innocence Playbook What happens in school board meetings Strategies for school board members Connect with Melanie and Carrie Melanie's Faculty Page Carrie's Faculty Page Bertrand, M., & Sampson, C. (2022). Exposing the white innocence playbook of school district leaders. Equity & Excellence in Education. Sampson, C. & Bertrand, M. (2021). Counter-storytelling, metaphors, and rhetorical questioning: Discursive strategies of advocacy toward racial equity in school board meetings . Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.  Sampson, C. & Bertrand, M. (2020). “This is civil disobedience. I'll continue.”: The racialization of school board meeting rules. Journal of Education Policy, 1-21.  Bertrand, M., & Sampson, C. (2020). Challenging systemic racism in school board meetings through intertextual co-optation. Critical Studies in Education, 1–17.  Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
The Best Whiskeys of 2022

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 120:00


We close out the year with our favorite whiskeys and bourbons from 2022. Thank you for joining us for another incredible year for Implicit Bias. 

Leading Equity
LE 276: Gender Conflicts in Education with Dr. Patrick Camangian

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 21:03


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Patrick Camangian, Ph.D. Patrick Camangian, Ph.D. is a former English teacher in Los Angeles and Oakland and a professor of Teacher Education at the University of San Francisco. Patrick's interdisciplinary research on humanizing education intersects radical democratic analysis, critical pedagogy, and health science research. Patrick pursues these areas of research to improve teacher quality, capacity, and retention, as well as to inform policies and practices impacting urban schools and communities.  Show Highlights Gender conflicts in education Dismantling male supremacy Connect with Patrick USF Faculty Page Academia.edu Loving (Lumpen) Masculinities: Teaching to Transform Heteropatriarchy, Toxic Masculinity, and Urban Misogyny Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 120:00


This week on Implicit Bias we are celebrating the season with some special gifts. First, we continue out Woodford Reserve month the Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey provided by our friends at Nunus. Then, we get a special visit from Very Old St. Nick. On the show this week, Cavan returns and he's joined by the Rustic Renegade himself Caleb Morris, Burley Pellerin, Lee Ritter and of course Sam in the corner. 

Leading Equity
LE 275: Black Girls Can Be Nerdy Too with Stephanie Toliver, Ph.D.

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 47:24 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Stephanie Renee Toliver, Ph.D. S.R. Toliver is an assistant professor of Literacy and Secondary Humanities at the University of Colorado, Boulder whose scholarship centers the freedom dreams of Black youth and honors the historical legacy that Black imaginations have had and will have on activism and social change. She is the author of Recovering Black Storytelling in Qualitative Research: Endarkened Storywork, and her academic work has been published in several journals, including Journal of Literacy Research andResearch in the Teaching of English. Show Highlights Defining Nerds Nerdy vs. Dorky Nerdy Black girls exist Relationship building strategies Connect with Stephanie Website Book: Recovering Black Storytelling in Qualitative Research: Endarkened Storywork Mastodon Weird Is Normal”: A Womanist Discourse Analysis of Black Girl Nerds' Community Building Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Principal Center Radio Podcast – The Principal Center
Hedreich Nichols—Finding Your Blind Spots: Eight Guiding Principles for Overcoming Implicit Bias in Teaching

Principal Center Radio Podcast – The Principal Center

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 36:23


Get the book, Finding Your Blind Spots: Eight Guiding Principles for Overcoming Implicit Bias in Teaching Visit Hedreich's website, www.Hedreich.com Follow Hedreich on Twitter @hedreich About the Authors Hedreich Nichols is an author and educational consultant helping teachers and districts amplify the voices of all students. With her Solution Tree title, Finding Your Blind Spots: 8 Guiding Principles to Overcome Implicit Bias in Teaching, Hedreich combines her experience as a “One Black Friend” and educator with academic research and pedagogical strategies to ensure that educators have the skills and knowledge they need to create more equitable classrooms and campuses. Her 5 social justice titles with Cherry Lake Publishing further support these goals in the classroom. Her workshops and courses are highly sought after because she sees it as her mission to promote unity, even when teaching on topics considered divisive.

Implicit Bias
When the Cat's Away the Mice will Play

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 120:00


Woodford month from our #weeklywhiskey partner at @nunusmarkets continues on Implicit Bias!It's a @therusticrenegade take over as your humble host couldn't be in the TSPL, or anywhere close for that matter…Join the Krewe for what I'm guessing is another crazy episode!Catch it on @kpelnews or anywhere you catch #podcastAnd #merrychristmas !!!

Leading Equity
LE 274: An Approach to Anti-Racist Teaching and Leadership with Dr. Tracey Benson

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 34:29


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Dr. Tracey A. Benson Is the founder of The Anti-Racist Leadership Institute. He has served as a university professor, principal coach, high school principal, middle school vice-principal, district trainer, and elementary school teacher. His book, Unconscious Bias in Schools: A Developmental Approach to Exploring Race and Racism, was released with Harvard Education Press in August 2019. Benson firmly believes student achievement, teacher efficacy, and school success is contingent upon high quality, racial equity-focused school, and district leaders. He has committed his career to leading for change, courageously addressing entrenched practices that impede lifetime outcomes of students of color. Show Highlights The differences between DEI and Anti-racist work Anti-racist work The aftermath of Brown v Board of Education The absence of recognition for doing anti-racist work and racial battle fatigue Strategies for Anti-racist teaching and leadership Connect with Tracey Website Book: Unconscious Bias in Schools: A Developmental Approach to Exploring Race and Racism Twitter “Nobody's Mule”: Black Womanist Caring-Agency, Urban Charters, and the Choice to (Not) Teach Additional Resources Amplifying Student Voices January 19-21 Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Leading Equity
LE 273: It's Not the Title, the Behavior Defines a Leader with Dwight Carter and Jack Slavinksi

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 42:33


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Dwight Carter Dwight Carter is an award-winning education leader from Central OH and the Director of Student Support Systems for the Eastland-Fairfield Career and Technical School District. He is the co-author of What's In Your Space? Five Steps to Better School and Classroom Design (Corwin, 2016), Leading Schools in Disruptive Times: How to Survive Hyper-change (Corwin 2017/2021); and a contributing author to Because of a Teacher: Stories of the Past to Inspire the Future of Education written and curated by George Couros. His first solo book, Be GREAT: Five Principles to Improve School Culture from the Inside Out, was published recently (IMPress, 2022). Jack Slavinksi Jack is founder/owner of a leadership development consulting business, with focus on transforming culture, developing leaders at all levels and comprehensive well-being/resiliency training.   He has been an adjunct professor (sr. lecturer) at The Ohio State University for 11 years at the undergraduate and graduate levels, teaching four leadership, team and change oriented courses year-round.  Jacks consulting business has a highly diverse client base-K-12 education (from BoE to students), higher education, business, athletics, ministry, and law enforcement. Jack has a corporate background in executive leadership, having worked at firms such as GE – Technology Consulting, TIAA, Citi and Xerox in many global, transformational roles. Jack believes that each of us has enormous potential to intentionally develop and change, with his purpose being to equip and enable each of us to “create the best future version of ourselves, our teams and organizations”.  He believes in the power of mindset management, positivity and motivation. He lives with family in S. Delaware, with hobbies in fitness training, outdoor work, organizational behavior research and college football. Show Highlights Defining leadership Basic leadership skills Leadership Framework Connect with Dwight Website Twitter Connect with Jack Website Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
What You See Is What You Get

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 120:00


WYSISYG on this weeks episode of Implicit Bias! Thanks @carwash_guy1969We'll start a new month of #weeklywhiskey with @woodfordreserve bourbons from our partners @nunusmarketsIn our gift guide, you can now be part of the show! Order our Implicit Bias Whiskey Tasting Journal from Amazon!It's a great Christmas gift for your favorite whiskey drinker!Catch us on #podcast or Saturdays at 10am on @kpelnews

The Truth with Sherwin Hughes
11/30/22 12PM: Second implicit bias test

The Truth with Sherwin Hughes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 44:09


Sherwin takes a race bias test live on-air.

The Truth with Sherwin Hughes
11/30/22 10AM: Implicit bias test

The Truth with Sherwin Hughes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 47:46


Sherwin takes an age bias test live on-air.

The Sneaker Principal Podcast
What Do Teachers Believe About Black Students And Their Implicit Bias

The Sneaker Principal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 67:53


What do teachers believe about black students and is implicit bias is a major factor in those beliefs regardless on the teachers race? This is what I was left thinking about after watching a parody of films like Dangerous Minds and Freedom Writers. Saturday Night Live's Ego Nwodim plays a substitute teacher who's determined to let her students know that their race and stupidity won't stop them from achieving their dreams. The only problem is, the kids aren't dumb and as host Megan Thee Stallion points out: "Miss? This is an honors-level physics class." Let's Talk about what teachers believe about black students and whether implicit bias is a major factor in those beliefs.www.thesneakerprincipal.comJoin The Sneaker Principal Live Call-In PodcastOn Sundays, Wednesdays & Fridays @ 10pm EST on…YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/UcheLawrenceLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/snkrprincipalTwitter: https://twitter.com/SNKRPrincipalFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100086712754224Also follow me on…Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesneakerprincipal/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@snkrprincipalSupport the show

Leading Equity
LE 272: A Literacy Action Plan from Birth to Six with Maya Payne Smart

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 22:55


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Maya Payne Smart Maya Payne Smart is a writer, parent educator, and literacy advocate who has served on the boards of numerous library and literacy organizations. She and her family live in Milwaukee, where she serves as affiliated faculty in educational policy and leadership in the College of Education at Marquette University. Her website, MayaSmart.com, provides tips and tools for parents to nurture, teach, and advocate for kids on the road to reading. Show Highlights What Maya wishes teachers would have told her as parent to a young child Questions guardians can ask Progress monitoring for teachers and communication with guardians Top 6 Levers Parent/Guardian advocacy strategies The importance of partnerships between the school and the home Connect with Maya Website Twitter Facebook Book: Reading for Our Lives: A Literacy Action Plan from Birth to Six Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Crafting Solutions to Conflict
Recognizing salience bias

Crafting Solutions to Conflict

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 4:49


Cognitive biases represent shortcuts in our thinking and how we reach conclusions. You can learn about Overcoming confirmation bias in Episode 129, published on June 16, 2021. Managing availability bias is the topic of Episode 143, published on September 22, 2021. And Episode 176, published on May 11, 2022, is about Implicit Bias and the Implicit Association Test. There are plenty of other biases. Today, a few words about salience bias. In this context, salience means how prominent or emotionally striking something is.For example, let's assume I have a friend who is very easy going – almost always.  Then, one day, that friend skewers me for something I did that the friend feels to be terribly wrong. My view is that I may have made a minor goof (I do make my fair share, after all), but I am not sure I did this time. Salience bias can lead me to build this one incident out of so many into a major blow-up that obscures all the positive interactions we have had -- and can have in the future if the relationship is not derailed by this single and singular experience. Do you have comments or suggestions about a topic or guest? An idea or question about conflict management or conflict resolution? Let me know at jb@dovetailresolutions.com! And you can learn more about me and my work as a mediator and a Certified CINERGY® Conflict Coach at www.dovetailresolutions.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/janebeddall/.Enjoy the show for free on your favorite podcast app or on the podcast website: https://craftingsolutionstoconflict.com/And you can follow us on Twitter @conflictsolving.  

Implicit Bias
Giving Thanks

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 120:00


We are giving thanks and feeling appreciative with a very special Thanksgiving episode recorded on location at Social Southern Table and Bar. Sampling a Masterson's Rye American Oak finish Implicit Bias blend. 

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Understanding Diversity in Autism Research - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:29


Diversity is a hallmark in autism yet autism research does not capture the full heterogeneity of individuals on the spectrum. Constance Smith-Hicks, M.D., Ph.D., Bradley Schlaggar, Ph.D., Ebony Holliday, Ph.D., and Omar Shanta discuss the current state of diversity research in autism and the roadblocks to include individuals of diverse backgrounds and abilities as participants in autism research as well as the strategies that could address these challenges. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38390]

Health and Medicine (Audio)
Understanding Diversity in Autism Research - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Health and Medicine (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:29


Diversity is a hallmark in autism yet autism research does not capture the full heterogeneity of individuals on the spectrum. Constance Smith-Hicks, M.D., Ph.D., Bradley Schlaggar, Ph.D., Ebony Holliday, Ph.D., and Omar Shanta discuss the current state of diversity research in autism and the roadblocks to include individuals of diverse backgrounds and abilities as participants in autism research as well as the strategies that could address these challenges. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38390]

Autism (Audio)
Understanding Diversity in Autism Research - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Autism (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:29


Diversity is a hallmark in autism yet autism research does not capture the full heterogeneity of individuals on the spectrum. Constance Smith-Hicks, M.D., Ph.D., Bradley Schlaggar, Ph.D., Ebony Holliday, Ph.D., and Omar Shanta discuss the current state of diversity research in autism and the roadblocks to include individuals of diverse backgrounds and abilities as participants in autism research as well as the strategies that could address these challenges. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38390]

Health and Medicine (Video)
Understanding Diversity in Autism Research - Autism Tree Global Neuroscience Conference 2022

Health and Medicine (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 54:29


Diversity is a hallmark in autism yet autism research does not capture the full heterogeneity of individuals on the spectrum. Constance Smith-Hicks, M.D., Ph.D., Bradley Schlaggar, Ph.D., Ebony Holliday, Ph.D., and Omar Shanta discuss the current state of diversity research in autism and the roadblocks to include individuals of diverse backgrounds and abilities as participants in autism research as well as the strategies that could address these challenges. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38390]

Leading Equity
LE 271: The Behaviorism Mindset with Chris McNutt

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 37:27


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Chris McNutt Chris is obsessed with the benefits of progressive education and wants a practical place to find everything, for free, under one roof (hence HRP!) He was a public high school digital media & design educator who centered his practice on experiential learning, purpose-driven pathways and community involvement. Show Highlights Progressive education Behaviorism Zero tolerance Connect with Chris The Human Restoration Project Instagram Twitter Behaviorism and Empty Pedagogy TLAC Techniques Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Amplifying Student Voices Program Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Next Gen Now
Episode 15 - Culturally Responsive Discipleship

Next Gen Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 41:54


Elana Curry joins us from Memphis, Tennessee to share how implicit bias impacts our discipleship. She includes ways to reflect on and mitigate our bias as well as some culturally responsive teaching practices. Cultural Iceberg - https://akgtcanada.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/INT-Cultural-Iceberg.jpg Follow Elana on Facebook or Instagram @elanacurry. Reach out to us at nextgennow@thehills.org and find more information about The Hills Church at www.thehills.org.

Leading Equity
LE 270: The Differences Between Mental Health Education and SEL with Ross Szabo

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 34:54


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Ross Szabo Ross Szabo is a social innovator who pioneered the youth mental health movement. He is the Wellness Director and founding faculty member at Geffen Academy at UCLA, where he has created a program for students to learn about mental health once a week throughout their education from grade 6-12. Ross is also an award winning speaker, author and the CEO of Human Power Project, a company that designs mental health curriculum. Ross turned a diagnosis of bipolar disorder with anger control problems and psychotic features at age 16, into an opportunity to educate others. His natural ability to make mental health approachable for large groups of people has led to countless media appearances. Ross has spoken to more than 2 million people about the importance of mental health and provided a positive example to empower them to seek help. During his 8 years as Director of Outreach for the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign, he created the first national youth mental health speakers' bureau in the country that is now a part of Active Minds. He has trained over 50 mental health advocates who have spoken to millions of people. Ross is the author of Behind Happy Faces; Taking Charge of Your Mental Health and A Kids Book About Anxiety, which was named one of Oprah's Favorite Things in 2020. His tremendous efforts in the mental health field have led to him receiving the 2010 Didi Hirsch Erasing the Stigma Leadership Award, 2012 Changing Minds Award and his advocacy work was entered into the Congressional Record by Congressman Patrick Kennedy. Human Power Project's first curriculum titled, Behind Happy Faces, is being utilized by over 250,000 students. The curriculum received the 2016 Excellence in Education Award from the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors. Show Highlights Mental health education How does mental health education relate to SEL Mental health is something that we should all embrace Ross shares his story of why he is passionate about mental health education Mental Health Education curriculum Benefits of mental health education Connect with Ross The Human Power Project Additional Resources Amplifying Student Voices January 19-21 Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 119:59


Implicit Bias and Bourbon to boot!Join the Krewe as we go down the @rabbithole again and serve it up as a meal.Why, because our “culture eats strategy for breakfast”We'll talk behavior to pastry history this week! Join us wherever you find #podcast or at 10am Saturdays on @kpelnews

Can You Hear Me?
When Lies are a Way of Life

Can You Hear Me?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 46:36


Recommended Resources!SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN - TRUTH vs LIESBOOK: White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better - Regina Jackson and Saira RaoSemicolon Bookstore & Gallery - Click here to purchase the book!Race2Dinner: https://www.race2dinner.com/FREE Critical Thinking Cheatsheet MultipackCOURSE: Unconscious Bias: From Awareness to ActionLINKEDIN COURSE: Unconscious BiasARTICLE: Implicit Bias  - Perception InstituteARTICLE: Schoolkids Are Falling Victim to Disinformation and Conspiracy Fantasies - Scientific American ARTICLE: Sharpening Your Critical Thinking - OpenLearnARTICLE: Study: On Twitter, False News Travels Faster Than True Stories - MITRecommended CYHM EpisodesEpisode 21: The Future of Journalism Episode 17: What's Fueling This Cycle of Distrust?Episode 5: The Dangers of Reputational Damage Caused. by Disinformation

Live IFS
Pro: Percy Ballard with Molly #2

Live IFS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 86:10


Percy is a Harvard-Trained Psychiatrist, IFS Psychotherapist, and soon to be sex and relationship coach. His work with Psych Garden includes Psychedelic / Ketamine-Assisted therapies, though he believes many medications are overrated when compared to quality talk therapy. He cofounded Implicit Bias from the Outside-In, and worked with Black Therapists Rock, Fathers Uplift, and the IFS Collaborative. He has a first degree black belt in Karate and extensive experience with Indo-Tibetan meditation. https://www.percyballardmd.com Psych Garden - https://www.psychgarden.com Implicit Bias: From the Outside-In - https://www.implicitbiasoutsidein.com Black Therapists Rock - https://blacktherapistsrock.com -----

The Four Top
Ep. 112: Is Wine Culture White Supremacist? Er, um, yeah.

The Four Top

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 47:26


When we hear the term “white supremacy,” we think of despicable scumbags in pointed white hoods. But white supremacist culture is lurking right under our noses in the wine world, insidious and omnipresent. In Ep. 112, we explore the subtleties of coded language and implicit bias, and our guests help us move toward making change.

Implicit Bias
Not Everything Should Be Easy

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 120:00


Sometimes things shouldn't be easy! But this week we'll make Implicit Bias as easy as possible!Join the Krewe for another fun episode with our #weeklywhiskey from @nunusmarketsJump down the @rabbithole with us wherever you find #podcast or Saturdays on @kpelnews

Unlocking the Club
Unlocking Your Gift of Discernment with LaTonya Story

Unlocking the Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 81:44


LaTonya Story is a soft spoken women who has rubbed elbows with the most famous athletes. Being the CEO and Founder of LPS Consulting PR LLC, she owns one of the leading minority and women's sports and lifestyle boutique agencies which has received numerous awards and recognitions. A handful of her clients past and present have consisted of NFL, NBA and WNBA players, USA Olympians, coaches, sports and TV personalities. Even with all of the accolades, LaTonya's most important and significant job is being a mother. In this episode, LaTonya shares her life experiences and how they have all shaped who she is today. I invite you to join our conversation as we discuss: Being Bold Maturity Unity Connection Community Stage Fright Burnout Manifestation Masks Teenage pregnancy Escape Misdiagnosis Grief Strength Honorable Mentions Unlocking the Club Merchandise Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes Pac - 12 Sterling Legacy Fund Sports Power Brunch Conquering Stage Fright How to Improve Your Work-Life Balance Today The Benefits of Healthy Competition How The Crack Era Changed Black America Forever For Black Women, There's More Than One Way To Be a 'Mother' Implicit Bias and Racial Disparities in Health Care Excited to hear more of what LaTonya Story has to say? Find her in these spaces: https://www.linkedin.com/in/latonya-story-0b08456 https://twitter.com/LaTonyaStory https://www.instagram.com/latonyastory https://lpsconsultingpr.com

Leading Equity
LE 268: How to Run a Successful Book Club with Dr. Bridget Holloman

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 47:11 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Bridget Holloman, Ed.D. Dr. Bridget Holloman, a native of Peekskill, NY, has been an educator in the district where she was raised, Peekskill, for well over 20 years. Bridget has taught Pre-Kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. She often loops with a cohort of students, better known as scholars, as she believes having the scholars for two consecutive years allows her to develop the fundamental skills needed for future scholar success! Most recently, Dr. Holloman has been selected as the district's Parent-Family-Community Liaison. Her philosophy is to develop the whole child; all participants in the scholar's life must be involved. Step one is getting the child's parents or guardians to buy into the mindset that “academic excellence is the standard”! Dr. Holloman has an innate calling in her life to be actively involved in the education profession, not only in teaching scholars but in family and community. The words that best describe Dr. Bridget Holloman are passion, perseverance, and commitment. Dr. Holloman holds many degrees; a BA in Sociology from Binghamton University, an MA in Early Childhood Education from Norfolk University, an MEd in Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, and an EdD in Educational Leadership Administration and Policy from Fordham University. She enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, exercising, eating (salad), and spending time with her friends and family in her free time. Show Highlights Being culturally responsive at home Book study What's the point of the book study Classroom environments Facilitating a brave space Accountability outside of the book study time Pre and Post results After the book study Connect with Bridget Email Improving Literacy for Elementary School Black Boys Through Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Professional Learning Communities Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Leading Equity
LE 267: A Conversation on Racial Equity and School Leadership with Dr. Decoteau Irby

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 43:38 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Decoteau J. Irby, Ph.D. I create teaching and learning experiences, music and stories, and opportunities for people to be in community. Be it through music, encouraging the use of urban green spaces, or creating opportunities for Black people to generate wealth and wellness, my priorities are grounded in “going at it” together and creating space for people to shine. Throughout my life, I've created all sorts of things, spaces, and experiences. These include businesses, such Derute Consulting Cooperative, a firm I co-founded in 2013; Visioning Black Spaces LLC, a collective of families that pool and invest our resources to improve Chicago's Black neighborhoods; and Deaky Bug Creative Works LLC, a firm I use to curate and finance my personal creative endeavors and collaborations. I'm a professor at University of Illinois at Chicago and author or co-editor of several books, including Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership (Harvard Education Press) and a children's book Magical Black Tears: A Protest Story (Derute Consulting Cooperative). Through all of my work, I'm committed to creating spaces that bring people together in community. I am active in my neighborhood community garden and I serve as treasurer for my local park advisory council. Finally, I am a self-taught guitarist, songwriter, performer, and recording artist; I've released two albums that are available on my website at www.decoteauirby.com. Show Highlights The foundations of Dr. Irby's passion for researching racial equity Racial resources in organizations The principal's role in racial equity work Confrontational Culture Racial Equity Keepers Connect with Decoteau Website LinkedIn Instagram Twitter YouTube Spotify Bandcamp  Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Implicit Bias
Yoda Was Right

Implicit Bias

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 119:31


Lookie who showed up in the top secret podcast lair this week!@acadiana_bourbon_society_ ‘s own @joey_guillory and @therusticrenegade ‘s beautiful bride @jackie_morse_ !It's two more hours of solving the problems of the world including @kathleentheriot_realtor and @stokes1003We'll have another #weeklywhiskey from Jefferson's provided by @nunusmarkets as well as all of your Implicit Bias.

Leading Equity
LE 266: Why Aren't We Talking About Eugenics in School Assessments with Dr. Byron McClure and Dr. Kelsie Reed

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 42:22 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Byron McClure D.Ed. Dr. Byron McClure is a National Certified School Psychologist, Founder of Lessons For SEL, and currently the Director of Innovation for 7 Mindsets. He formerly served as the Assistant Director of School Redesign for DC Public Schools, where he was responsible for leading and reimagining what Social Emotional Learning looked like within an inner-city community. He is on a mission to shift how people think from what's wrong to what's strong!" Kelsie Reed, Ph.D. Dr. Kelsie Reed is a nationally certified school psychologist who works at the elementary school level in Maryland. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with her PhD in 2020 and was the recipient of two university awards for her dissertation titled, “Investigating Exclusionary Discipline: Teachers, Deficit Thinking, and Root Cause Analysis.” Dr. Reed is passionate about advancing educational equity for minoritized students, disrupting the school-to-prison pipeline, identifying and implementing alternatives to suspension, and closing the policy to practice gap. Show Highlights The impact of Eugenics on policies and practices Assessments created to promote a superior race Alternative assessment options Hacking Deficit Thinking Connect with Byron Hacking Deficit Thinking Website Twitter Facebook Page Instagram Connect with Kelsie Instagram Sassy4SocialJustice Twitter Additional Resources Hacking Deficit Thinking: 8 Reframes that will change the way you think about strength-based practices and equity in schools Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Baby Steps Nutrition Podcast
Episode 85- Practical Nutrition with a Cultured Twist

Baby Steps Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 54:01


 Mentioned in this Episode: What Is Race & Why Does It Matter? Implicit Bias in Primary Care Medicine by Juliette Blount, MSN, NPhttps://www.theschwartzcenter.org/webinar/what-is-race-why-does-it-matter-implicit-bias-in-primary-care-medicine/ Maya Feller's Cookbook: Eating From Our Roots (available for preorder)https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/678507/eating-from-our-roots-by-maya-feller-ms-rd-cdn/ For more on Maya Feller, you can follow her on Instagram @mayafellerrd and through her website https://mayafellernutrition.com/. For more on Argavan Nilforoush, be sure to follow her on Instagram @babystepsnutrition, on Facebook: Baby Steps Nutrition page, on YouTube: Baby Steps Nutrition Podcast, on Twitter @argavanRDN, on LinkedIn @ArgavanNilforoush and through her website www.babystepsnutrition.com. 

Leading Equity
LE 265: Supporting Latin@ Families in STEM with Dr. Jessica Morales-Chicas

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:57


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Jessica Morales-Chicas, Ph.D. Growing up I recognized the various inequities that are perpetuated in education; therefore, I have dedicated the majority of my career to examining, teaching about, and alleviating educational disparities. As an Educator, for 15+ years, I focus on enlightening students with new knowledge, optimizing their skills, and growing their career potential. I earned my Ph.D. in Education from UCLA and am currently an Associate Professor in Child and Family Studies at Cal State LA. My teaching experiences range across various age groups but I particularly enjoy teaching college students. I teach courses on lifespan development, diversity and resilience, research methods, and child and family advocacy. My research uses a developmental lens to examine the role of ethnic diversity and curricular opportunities on youth motivation, especially in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). My research background also drives my community engagement and the service programs I direct. Currently, I am directing a couple of programs that engage and teach youth about STEM skills (e.g., coding, engineering, and virtual reality) and entrepreneurship. Advancing STEM education develops students' 21st-century skills, enhances students' career prospects, and ultimately ensures a globally competitive economy. My experiences in education and research also inspired my entrepreneurial spirit. By leveraging the skills I have gained in these industries, I provide consulting services in diversity and inclusion, grant writing, program development, and research design. Show Highlights Challenges in STEM for Latin@ students Language support for all families Recruitment and retention Unique experiences Recommendations for STEM programs Connect with Jessica Email LinkedIn Instagram A Cultural Wealth Approach to Understanding Latin@s' STEM Mentee and Mentor Experiences Additional Resources FREE 30 Minute Consultation Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Non-Partisan Evangelical Podcast
Do White Christians Hold Implicit Bias? Post Evangelical Conversation w/Katherine Martin Part 2

Non-Partisan Evangelical Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 34:36


What is implicit bias and does it exist in Christianity? What would Jesus say about racial issues in America? Katherine Martin, author of the book, "The Colorful Image of God, A White Christian's Guide to Doing Better" challenges us on the topic. I know sometimes we're like, I just don't want to talk about race anymore, but let me encourage you to have this discussion. It's a really, very much an important one. #TikTokPastor #evangelicalish #ReligiousRightReligiouslyWrong #PostEvangelical #PostEvangelicalPodcast #UnconventionalPastorPaul #UnconventionalPastor #GodIsNOTmadAtYou #MindRenewal @PastorPaul_TikTok #WellBeing

Leading Equity
LE 264: How to Embed Antiracism into Universal Design for Learning with Andratesha Fritzgerald

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 29:06 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! About Andratesha Fritzgerald Andratesha Fritzgerald is the founder and lead consultant of Building Blocks of Brilliance Educational Consulting Firm.  As an international speaker Fritzgerald exhibits an audacious perseverance that calls organizations to evolve into inclusive antiracist safe zones for all learners. With over twenty years in education, she has served as a teacher, curriculum specialist, administrator, and director.  Her award winning book Antiracism and Universal Design for Learning: Building Expressways to Success (CAST, 2020) has been a catalyst for UDL to ensure safety and radical inclusion in every learning community. Show Highlights Antiracism in UDL What happens when we hold onto control? Dealing with pushback Power and honor vs saviorism Samaria Rice Connect with Andratesha Website Twitter LinkedIn Linktree Additional Resources 3 Keys to Using UDL as a Powerful Antiracism Tool Antiracism & UDL Converge for Student Success Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

Leading Equity
LE 263: Little Known Facts About Rebel Black Societies with Dr. Crystal Menzies

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 36:10 Very Popular


Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Dr. Crystal Menzies A former educator in urban schools, Crystal drew on her personal experience, African-Diasporan history, and her Guyanese and African American roots to found EmancipatED where she develops research-based educational experiences that center Black communities. In her flagship product, she draws on the stories of Maroon communities – Africans who freed themselves from slavery and created hidden societies – to offer Black and Brown families a model for how to navigate as liberated beings within oppressive systems. She lives in the Bay Area (or the Yay area as she affectionately refers to it) and enjoys reading, Marvel movies, and daydreaming of Black Futures. Show Highlights The Maroon communities Maroon leadership structure and societies Language and communication Bringing the Maroon history into our classrooms Connect with Crystal Website Email Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about the Advocacy Room Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies