Select And Research A Group
Your course project is to develop an Anti-Bias Action Plan. For this part of the project, you will select and research a diverse group in your community that has experienced inequality, bias, or discrimination in the past. You will then gather background information about the group, and then submit a report of your findings.
Step 1: Select and research a diverse group in your community that has experienced inequality, bias, or discrimination in the past. Your focus should be on children ages birth through 8 years old in the selected group.
Considerations for selecting your group:
- Examples include a cultural group you are interested in or concerned about, a specific language group whose linguistic needs are not being met, children with special needs, a diverse religious or socioeconomic group, a gender/sexual orientation group, and so on.
Step 2: Gather background information about the selected diverse group.
- Research and learn more about the diverse group of learners you selected and the group’s experiences with discrimination and bias.
- Incorporate two (2) credible resources to examine and compare relevant facts and information about the group you selected. You can use your textbook, credible websites, articles, etc. One must be a resource located through the Rasmussen Library databases.
Step 3: Report your findings in a 2-3 page paper.
- Identify the group you selected and explain why and/or how you selected the group.
- Describe the group and the form of discrimination it has endured, both in the past and currently.
- Describe what type of action (if any) it has taken in the past.
- Integrate the facts and information you gathered from your resources to better explain the group’s experiences with discrimination and bias.
Format your paper using APA style, including a title page and a reference page that contains the sources you used. For help with formatting your paper, visit the APA Guide.