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Bias/Perspective

This section is focused on the concepts of Bias/Perspective, navigable by level of proficiency:

  • Beginner: "Differentiate between the types of bias."
  • Intermediate: "Engage in self-reflection and dialogue on one’s implicit/explicit biases."
  • Advanced: "Constructively responding to bias in an equitable manner."

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Bias Resources

From Domains/Dimensions Related to Diversity:

Students will be able to differentiate between implicit bias and stereotypes. Students will also be able to define terms like microaggressions, implicit bias, and stereotypes

From Domains/Dimensions Related to Diversity:

Students will critically examine one’s own biases, including both cultural biases and implicit biases, and will recognize that bias can manifest through attitudes and actions. They will also develop their own perspective and philosophy about DSJ, and how it applies to their personal and professional growth in concert with community.

From Domains/Dimensions Related to Diversity:

Students will be able to demonstrate techniques and utilize tools to interrupt micro-aggressions and bias behaviors that adversely impact under-represented communities, and embody ally practices.