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Before the Workshop

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    1. Read Chapters 1 & 4 in Scientific Teaching

      • You can find pdf's of the book chapters here. Please do NOT share these outside of the UA Little Rock MoSI.
      • We have 5 copies of this book in ATLE to loan out in person. Please email Quinshell Smith at qmsmith@ualr.edu to request a copy.
    2. Read NY Times Op Ed "What? Me Biased?"

      • Link to article here.
    3. Take one or two Implicit Association Tests (IAT)

    4. Create a student iClicker account.

      • If you already have an instructor account, this works as well. Follow steps to enroll as a student.
      • Instructions for creating a student account are here:
      • How to use the free access codes for this course here. Code for our free access is C9FD7A2E1BD7.
    5. Watch Claude Steele on Stereotype Threat (below)


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