Project Update

We are happy to announce that regardless of all covid-19 related restrictions on travel and convening, we managed to have a TPM in Ghent, Belgium. It significantly boosted our energy for working together, as we now know each other by face and real-size (which matters!). Most of the project activities have been focused on developing…

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dBias: Early summer update

Our first joint-staff training took place in April and was intended to give insights on how to make a successful short video for the purpose of telling about cognitive biases in education context. As a follow-up to the training, national teams started drafting scenarios for videos, aiming to expose viewer to genuine bias-related situations. This…

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Cool design infographic of biases

IMO, the Serbian partner in dBias, has designed a cool infographic for the general public. The idea is to introduce — with simple terms, relatable examples and fine graphics — the concept of biases. We hope this will help our followers and fellow educators understand how entwined cognitive biases really are and what immense role…

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Validation of bias-related examples

As we advance our work, we are kindly asking fellow educators, preferably those with experience in adult learning (16+), to fill a short survey with which we are attempting to validate both our choice of biases and their exemplification in teaching and learning contexts. This will help us find out how relevant these examples are…

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Project is off to a good start!

A hand touching a transparent GO button

As tradition goes, we announce that the first partner meeting of dBias project just concluded. Although it was held virtually, the collective experience of everyone around the imaginary meeting table was more than enough to take us through the hurdles and challenges of online communication. The video call was held on two consecutive days, with…

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