Anti-bias education works to expose the inherent biases we all have. As parents, how can we proactively confront our own biases in order to best support our students in learning and fostering anti-bias skills, both inside and outside of the classroom?
In this free ParentEd talk, Dr. Scotland Nash shares practical and powerful ways to support anti-bias education and maintain an ongoing dialogue with our children about this important topic. Together, we can work to build empathy and compassion in our schools and communities.
About the speaker
Scotland Nash, Ed.D., has worked in education and education support services for 20 years, working variously as a high school social studies teacher, education director for ADL Pacific Northwest, instructional leader, adjunct professor and education consultant. She has directed systems change through coaching and evaluating teachers, implementing academic best practices, and facilitating conversations to explore bias and its impact. Nash currently works as associate director for employer transformation at Talent Rewire, supporting both employers and frontline workers in implementing strategies that increase opportunity employment.
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