Teaching in Action: Multicultural Education as the Highest Form of Understanding

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By Christine Stanley, Texas A&M
Toward the Best in the Academy Volume 12, Number 3, 2000-01

…higher education needs to serve an increasingly socially and culturally diverse student body-a population divided by race, class, culture, age, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual identity, and learning and physical abilities. However, we are not yet thinking deeply enough about how these changes will affect what we teach in the classroom and how we teach it…Read more

The Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom

ClassroomThe Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom
by Cindy Long, January 26, 2016
neaToday

… “implicit bias is defined by the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity as the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. Sometimes positive, sometimes negative, these biases are activated involuntarily without our awareness or intentional control…Read more