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  • CATHY DRENNAN: So I'm Cathy Drennan.

  • I'm a Professor of Chemistry and Biology

  • here at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

  • I'm also an investigator and professor with the Howard

  • Hughes Medical Institute.

  • And I just wanted to give a little introduction

  • to the training video you're about to watch, this workshop

  • that we've developed, that is on the topic of stereotype,

  • stereotype threat, Why Is Criticism Unconscious Bias.

  • And so in this workshop you're about to see,

  • this is the workshop that we run for teacher training

  • at MIT, both in the biology department

  • and in the chemistry department.

  • So most of the people in this room

  • are about to go on an adventure of teaching for the first time

  • here at MIT.

  • So I'm going to talk about the motivation

  • for doing this workshop actually in the workshop.

  • But let me just tell you the goals for a minute.

  • So we want the people who are going

  • to be teaching our students here to know about stereotypes,

  • know about stereotype threat, feel comfortable with terms

  • such as wise criticism, know some of the data

  • behind the idea that stereotype threat can actually

  • lead to underperformance by students,

  • and think about how do you create

  • an environment in your classroom where every student can reach

  • their full potential.

  • So that's what this training is about.

  • And we hope the students coming out the other end

  • are going to be really excited about their classroom

  • experience and how they're going to create this environment

  • for every student.

  • So although this training is really

  • designed for teaching assistants,

  • we found that this material is broadly applicable.

  • It can be used to train faculty members.

  • It can be used to train mentors in a research laboratory.

  • It can be used to become a better student oneself

  • or a better mentee oneself.

  • It's really for everyone.

  • And it relates to everyone.

  • So I'm hoping at the end of watching this video,

  • that maybe you will feel comfortable enough

  • with this material that you might start these discussions

  • at your home institution.

  • So I'm going to make available to you

  • both this workshop on videotape, all of the slides

  • that you're about to see, a booklet

  • with more information for you to read

  • and exercises in it, references in it.

  • It can be used--

  • people can read about this before they do a workshop.

  • We're hoping to have this discussion just sort

  • of spread all over the place.

  • And I know what some of you are thinking.

  • It's like, no way, I cannot lead this discussion myself.

  • But you know, that's what I used to think.

  • And everyone can talk about these things.

  • Sometimes it makes us feel a little uncomfortable to talk

  • about things like stereotypes.

  • But we can talk about them.

  • We need to talk about them.

  • And after watching this video, we

  • hope that you'll be ready to start a discussion of your own.

  • So it's important to do this.

  • It's an important time to be having these discussions,

  • because there are a lot of problems in the world.

  • And in addition to being a professor,

  • I'm a mom of a 10-year-old.

  • And I can tell you, I'm really worried about the planet

  • that she's going to be inheriting.

  • There's global warming.

  • There's warming of oceans.

  • There's antibiotic resistance.

  • We need smart people to be thinking about these problems.

  • We need scientists to be thinking about these problems.

  • So we need everyone who wants to be a scientist

  • to be able to reach their full potential so that we can tackle

  • these important problems moving forward.

  • And that's what this training is designed

  • to do-- start the discussion so that everyone

  • can be in an environment where they

  • can reach their full potential.

  • So enjoy watching.

CATHY DRENNAN: So I'm Cathy Drennan.

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ダイバーシティ研修。紹介ビデオ (Diversity Training: Introduction Video)

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