Exploring Your Bias: Going Deeper

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Title this assignment: Exploring Your Bias: Going Deeper - Parts A & B

Title page is required. Start with an introductory paragraph for the entire paper: requires an introduction is required and conclusion.

Part A: Identify your level of discomfort/comfort.

Say what your bias or discomfort is: In prior assignments, you identified your bias (see Week 2 assignment and Harro's "Cycle of Liberation").

Then, say your current level--See the assignment page for the different levels.

In Part A, you should discuss your bias with the current level of discomfort/comfort, citing from course materials. Harro is a good resource to use, as well as other course materials.

Provide a summary of your bias and current level of discomfort--citing from course materials.

Part B: Moving Towards Liberation: Part B is your Action Plan:

In Part B, you say what you will do to move to a higher level: Develop an action plan. Many people, in prior semesters, used the ideas in Level 4--speaking to a colleague or friend who is part of the social group. Most people used Level 4 ideas, but you could use ideas from any level.

Develop an action plan and cite from course materials to support your action plan.

Part A: Identify Your Level of Discomfort/Comfort
Below you will find a list of levels of comfort. Consider which level indicates where you currently are with regard to your discomfort and bias:

I would feel comfortable:

Level 1: Seeking out articles about this topic (For example: If your topic is ageism, this might include seeking out and reading an article on age discrimination)

Level 2: Watching a provocative documentary. (For example: If your topic is Islamaphobia, this might include watching a documentary on Muslims in America)

Level 3: Reading a book written by someone discussing their oppression related to this topic. (For example: If your topic is racism, this might include a book written by a person of color discussing the oppression they have experienced due to their race)

Level 4: Speaking to colleague (or a friend or colleague of someone I know) who is a member of this social group. (For example: If your topic is varying abilities, this might schedule lunch with a colleague with varying abilities)

Level 5: Visiting a community and/or taking part in an event. (For example, if your topic is homophobia, this might include going to a gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community center or gay pride fair or march)

Level 6: Having a close friend from this social group. (For example, having this person stay at your house, traveling together, or spending time with each other's close friends or family members).

Part B: Moving Towards Liberation

Once you have identified your current level of discomfort/comfort, develop and implement a plan to support your moving to the next level. (For example, if your discomfort is racism and you have identified yourself in Level 3, then you would focus on Level 4 and plan to "speak to a colleague (or a friend or colleague of someone you know)” and do something together.

Submit:
A summary of the topic you have identified as your discomfort area or bias and your current level of discomfort/comfort and your plan to move to the next level of comfort. (Your plan should include exactly what you are going to do and when. In Week 7, you will write a paper about the way in which you implemented your plan and your thoughts about it.)

Approximate length: 3 pages APA style

Reference:

The cycle of liberation. In M. Adams, W. Blumenfeld, C. Castaneda, H. W. Hackman, M. L. Peters, & X. Zuniga (Eds.), Readings for diversity and social justice (Figure 7.1 on p. 53, 2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

Derman-Sparks, L., & Olsen Edwards, J. (2010). Anti-bias education for young children and ourselves. Washington, DC: NAEYC.

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School: Purdue University

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Exploring Your Bias: Going Deeper- Outline
Thesis Statement: Ending education bias for children begins with admitting that racism is the
core of the biased education system and going forward to face the issue of racism.
I. Introduction
II. Part A: Level of discomfort
A. Education bias for children
B. Collecting articles
III. Part B: Moving Towards Liberation
A. Watching a documentary
B. Getting ready
IV. Conclusion


Running head: EXPLORING YOUR BIAS: GOING DEEPER

Exploring Your Bias: Going Deeper
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EXPLORING YOUR BIAS: GOING DEEPER

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Exploring Your Bias: Going Deeper
The path to liberation begins with the simple observation that a particular problem exists
and then rising to the occasion to make changes from the inside and outside to change things. As
such, I have identified the cognitive dissonance in the issue of biased education for young
children. The school system in the United States has been, for the longest time now, based on the
regional discrimination of different racial and economic groups. For instance, there are schools
which are predominantly white while others are historically black. This has been the norm for a
while now, and I have realized that I find it quite oppressive since the predominantly white
schools seem to be more prestigious and receive better services. Ending education bias for
ch...

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