Using Digital Simulation to Address Implicit Bias in Teaching
Abstract: Bias reduction in teaching practices is a key foundation for enabling future leaders of society to achieve their highest innate and positively nurtured potential. The COVID-19 Pandemic has highlighted disparities in learning and emphasized the importance of socio-emotional stability for the long-term well-being of students and teachers. This paper presents a tool for educators that is scalable for developing equitable, culturally responsive teaching practices through implementation in a simulated teaching environment that is adaptive, interactive and augmented.
Presider: Sarah Prestridge, Griffith University