To Defeat Implicit Bias, Try Project-Based Learning
Project-based learning is a very powerful practice for accelerating important learning for Black, Brown, and low-income kids. It provides “voice and choice” for the students and it encourages new ways for kids to show mastery of skills. PBL can also help close the belief gap because many people are able to see what kids accomplish. Perhaps most powerfully, PBL can close the belief gap for teachers too.