NCSD Webinars


Tools for Teachers: Strategies for Addressing Racial Dynamics in the Classroom
Presenters: Rachel Godsil and Linda Tropp (moderated by Philip Tegeler)
December 15, 2014 from 12:00-1:00pm EST

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Drawing from their new report from the Perception Institute (coauthored with john powell and Phil Goff), Rachel Godsil (Seton Hall University School of Law) and Linda Tropp (UMass Amherst) share findings on implicit bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat in education and discuss interventions that might help educators effectively address these dynamics.

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Webinar Materials

Godsil PowerPoint (Implicit Bias and Stereotype Threat)
Tropp PowerPoint (Racial Anxiety and Intergroup Contact)

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Additional Resources

The Jigsaw Classroom — www.jigsaw.org
Project Implicit — www.implicit.harvard.edu/implicit
Teaching Tolerance’s Mix It Up at Lunch Day — www.tolerance.org/mix-it-up

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