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SPCL 7922 Multicultural Counseling & Consultation in Schools: Session 2 - Module 2: Multicultural Counseling Competence, Values, & Implicit Bias

Open Educational Resource (OER) created for Professor Elizalde-Utnick's SPCL 7922 course.

TASK LIST TO PREPARE FOR ZOOM SESSION

Please complete the following PRIOR to our Zoom session on September 13:

1. Readings/Video

Read the assigned articles (linked below) and take notes.

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Proctor - NASP

View 'Intersectionality 101'

2. Journal #1

Go to Blackboard to the Journal link and post to the "Exploring the Implicit Association Test" journal.

3. Prepare for Blackboard Quiz (RAT#2)

Review your notes from the readings and video. The 5-question multiple-choice quiz will be on the assigned readings and videos.

4. Take RAT#2 on Blackboard

This RAT will be made available to you on Blackboard at your quiz time (1:00/4:30 pm) on September 13. The exam only takes 15 minutes; but a double-time accommodation is built in and, as a result, you will have up to 30 minutes to take the quiz (so long as you start your quiz on time). You must submit your quiz no later than 1:30/5:00 p.m., depending on your class section.

5. Join Zoom session at your designated time (1:30/5:00)

SUMMARY

In this session we discuss the critical component of self-awareness in effective and culturally competent counseling. Students assess their own values and belief systems, biases, blind spots, and privilege. Students are introduced to the important concept of intersectionality. 

VIDEO: WHAT IS INTERSECTIONALITY? (3:02)