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Thursday, March 30 • 4:00pm - 4:18pm
Improve Emotional Contexts by Mitigating Stereotype Threat (*streaming available)

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Imagine being able to influence the achievement of all learners significantly, including the rich array of cultural, socioeconomic, gender, and racial variability we have in our classrooms, through a few simple classroom strategies. You are probably wondering, what these strategies are and how can they work so effectively. A subtle, but pervasive experience that impacts individuals as well as social and emotional classroom contexts is stereotype threat. This session will define stereotype threat and highlight a few simple classroom strategies that align to the UDL guidelines that educators can implement immediately.

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Allison Posey

Curriculum Design Specialist, CAST
Allison Posey participates in curricular design, online instruction, and leads professional learning programs. She works with educators to integrate and apply brain research about learning into instructional practices so all learners can access, integrate, and become expert learners. She focuses on the central role of emotions in learning. Allison has taught genetics, anatomy, physiology, biology, neuroscience, and psychology. She received a... Read More →


Thursday March 30, 2017 4:00pm - 4:18pm
Palms Ballroom A-D