This webinar, presented April 2019, posits that we all have implicit biases. The challenge: how do we acknowledge and respond to such biases? Numerous criteria, examples, assumptions, and recommended steps are included.
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This resource is a two-page digest that outlines the varied beliefs, assumptions, and approaches that affect teaching diverse student populations, along with recommended steps.
This resource outlines the reactive versus proactive responses to cultural differences, along with related action steps for teachers and administrators.
This resource is a guide to several of the historical mainstream assumptions made about US immigrants, including their presumed roles and benefits once here.
This four-page document highlights the stereotypical views that some teachers and administrators hold towards their students, along with a few probing discussion questions.
This four-page resource is a summation of the embedded historical and social beliefs, practices, and assumptions which often frame interracial communications and relationships.
This document outlines the stages, steps, and standards that “navigators” (coaches, advisors) may follow in helping individuals strengthen their preparation for college and, subsequently, a career. Numerous short rubrics are included.
This website provides a vast array of resources -- websites, fact sheets, guides -- for disabled persons, including resources for their families, teachers, and health care providers. Topics covered include communication, housing, mobility, web accessibility, and beyond. Options for borrowing and...
This set comprises two websites and two PDF documents. CareerOneStop – Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders (website): The website provides basic outlines and checklists for exploring careers, finding job training, and identifying job opportunities. CareerOneStop – ReEntry (website): Similar to the...
This YouTube channel features a half-dozen webinars focused on coaching skills. The series is directed at people who work with primarily low-income individuals seeking to improve their job prospects, education opportunities, and financial stability.