In this 3-credit graduate-level course, students will examine their individual knowledge and perspective of the role implicit bias plays in our socialization, policy development, and systems. Participants will explore these racial inequities, reflect on their own bias, and explore the impact of bias in order to combat racism and assimilation in their schools. Participants will be challenged to explore white privilege and anti-racist ideologies. Students will have the opportunity to develop ways to incorporate culturally responsive lessons throughout the school year in order to combat unconscious bias and create a more liberated classroom that values students for their uniqueness.
*Optional Adams State University credit after the class ends (additional $165).
Schoology course code is emailed after payment.