4月24日(日)

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For Zoom link email:fujimotodonna@gmail.com

Co-sponsoring "Biased Teaching, Biased Language, Marginalized Students" by SIETAR Kansai: Registration Required

Biases exist not only in the ways that educators teach, but also in how language itself operates within the confines of social and cultural landscapes. The speaker will share examples of biased teaching and of biased language where students may feel ignored, left out, or forced to silence themselves

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Time & Location

4月24日 14:00 – 17:00 JST

For Zoom link email:fujimotodonna@gmail.com

About the Event

Students who come from minority backgrounds face obstacles that teachers, classmates and administrators may not be aware of. Subtle and not-so-subtle biases exist, and it is important to not only raise our awareness, but to also actively work on ways to combat any resulting negative effects. Biases exist not only in the ways that educators teach, but also in how language itself operates within the confines of social and cultural landscapes. The speaker will share examples of biased teaching and of biased language where students may feel ignored, left out, or forced to silence themselves in the classroom—and in some cases, they may even feel compelled to quit learning altogether. Be prepared to have your eyes opened!

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