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This is the podcast I referred to. The 'Switchtracking', 'Stereotype Threat', and 'Students and Teachers' episodes are very interesting and relevant. Heck, they're all interesting!
We used Meeting Sift to gather and prioritize ideas online. If you're interested in using it, click here to download.
I use Tiny Scanner to create pdf files from the flip chart notes I create doing workshops or public consultations. It's easier to work with the notes when they're on 8.5 x 11 paper. Flip chart paper can be pretty inconvenient to work with when you're creating follow-up reports.
Scroll down to see other useful resources on biases, etc.
Great youtube Video on Inferences
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Websites that help us explore biases and the impact they have
Episode 1 from The Hidden Brain will explain a feedback phenomenon you've probably experienced!
Fascinating podcast explaining why giving feedback often doesn't go as planned! Just click on the link to start listening to Episode 1: Switchtracking.