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Anti-Bias Framework: Identity

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Who are we? How has each of us developed a unique sense of identity? How does our identity impact our relationships with others? Join Megan Fuciarelli as she addresses these questions and explores how they impact you and your students. She will share lesson plans and resources to help you dive deeper into the concept of Identity, which is the first domain of the Anti-Bias Framework. Come change the way you look at yourself and better recognize the impact of society on your belief systems, as well as those of your students.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Counseling, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: ABF, anti-bias, Anti-bias framework, diversity, Diversity training, identity, inclusion, inclusive, social emotional

Reviews (24)

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Thank you! Very informative.
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Eye Opening.
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Great information, very helpful.
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Very good info. I liked the part about researching family history.
Nice work
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This was good. I really like the presenter's style, and she's clearly qualified and competent. However, I found myself wishing this topic was broken down into even smaller bites; that is, instead of just breaking the anti-bias framework webinars down by Identity, Diversity, etc., it would have been awesome to further subdivide along grade-level clusters. That way this webinar on Identity could have gone much more in depth and offered more examples and applications for each grade level. As it was, I felt like I was basically just directed to a website for personal inquiry. Granted, it's a cool website, and I'll definitely take the time to do that personal inquiry, but still... if someone had just handed me the website, I could've spend the last 30 minutes exploring it instead of hearing about a bunch of things for grade levels I don't work with. Totally not trying to be negative here! It really is IMPORTANT material, and I think Megan was a great presenter! I appreciated what she shared.
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