Implicit Bias

Implicit Bias

An Educator’s Guide to the Language of Microaggressions

Theresa M. Bouley, Anni K. Reinking

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Educator implicit bias is often experienced by students of varying identities as microaggressions. In this book the authors define implicit bias and microaggressions, identify ways students of varying identities such as race, gender/LGBTQ+, religion, socioeconomic, ability, linguistic and family dynamics, experience microaggressions in schools, and offer an educator’s guide to using culturally responsive teaching as an antidote to microaggressions. We also provide specific ways to interrupt microaggressions in schools.


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Theresa M. Bouley:

Theresa M. Bouley, PhD is a professor of education at Eastern Connecticut State University and the President of the Connecticut chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME). In her research and teaching she specializes in creating early childhood and elementary instruction and environments that center on justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Anni K. Reinking, EdD is a research, author, and consultant. Dr. Reinking focuses on creating equitable learning environments by working with schools and organizations around the country focused on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Access, and Belonging (DEIA/B).

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Theresa M. Bouley, PhD is a professor of education at Eastern Connecticut State University and the President of the Connecticut chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME). In her research and teaching she specializes in creating early childhood and elementary instruction and environments that center on justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Anni K. Reinking, EdD is a research, author, and consultant. Dr. Reinking focuses on creating equitable learning environments by working with schools and organizations around the country focused on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Access, and Belonging (DEIA/B).

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