sgupta wrote a new post, Lesson Plan on Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination, on the site Teaching of Psychology 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Lesson Plan on Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination
Planned Dates of Classes: Wednesday, September 27th and Monday, October […]
Could you add a link to the slides that you refer to here in your mini-lesson?
Yes! I added the hyperlink and you can access them by clicking on “Slides.” I will also include the link here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/11Hs8crg1TJ0er32eP3ddFBzM5vMldE6fT7l0NfaixQQ/edit?usp=sharing
This lesson plan encompasses a lot of important topics and activities that will facilitate the learning process. I like how you talked about how we as humans develop stereotypes and prejudices, I would a good amount of time talking about this and how the results from the IAT can be related. Another suggestion would be to discuss the differences between prejudice, stereotypes, and discrimination. They are very similar and the students should be able to understand the subtle differences before moving on to the other activities. Overall, this is a beautiful lesson plan and I believe the students will really appreciate the activities and lesson.
I think is a really great lesson plan, and I’m thinking about possibly adapting at least one of the mini-lessons since I plan on spending time on diversity and discrimination in the workplace. I think one interesting point to raise is that in certain cases heuristics can be adaptive, but using these heuristics to make judgments and decisions about people can be problematic.
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