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This course provides educators with an interactive WCAG 2.1 AA level exploration of:

  • What unconscious knowledge and bias is, and what the key biases you may encounter when making judgements and assessments as a teacher.

  • How to identify where greatest risk of bias exists in your judgements and assessments.

  • Strategies to mitigate the effect of bias on your decision-making and the steps you can take to make more accurate judgements and assessments.

Practical, evidence-based online learning for teachers

With highly positive feedback ratings:

“Thank you for the training module. It is absolutely pitch perfect and is being really well received here. It is so good in these difficult times to have something which has gone so seamlessly”

"Providing examples throughout helped me to reflect on my practice and the biases I have had or have seen in my teaching career. Opportunities to reflect made it more personal and helped me to see where I can improve moving forward and giving strategies to help to mitigate bias in the future."

"Examples given that teachers might face in different situations were helpful. The factors that increase the likelihood of bias were helpful to be aware of. I liked the examples in each section which gave a realistic example of the strategy. The diagrams put all of the information in an easy to follow format."

"The training made me more aware of the different types of biases. I now understand the need to reflect if my decisions are influenced by my personal beliefs and unconscious thinking."

Course curriculum

  • 1

    E-Learning Module

    • Introduction & Instructions

    • Mitigating Bias in Teacher Judgements and Assessments

  • 2

    Course Resources

    • Quick guide to Evidence Based Decisions for Teachers

    • Unconscious Knowledge and Bias Toolkit

Pricing options

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