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Juxtacognition : Using the power of context and critical thinking to foster intercultural development Eric Haas Scottsdale Community College
Obstacles: Confirmation Bias Dominant U.S. Culture Worldview Backfire Effect Cognitive Dissonance
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Dominant U.S. Culture
Individualism vs. Collectivism
Fundamental Attribution Error
Tolerance of Ambiguity
Worldview Backfire Effect (Cook & Lewandosky, 2011)
Belief Polarization (Lord, Ross, & Lepper, 1979)
14 (Batson, 1975)
Group Identity Cultural Cognition (Kahan, et al., 2010) Self-Affirmation (Cohen, et al., 2007) Self-Affirmation Reduces Stress Response (Sherman, et al., 2009)
Wealth without Work Pleasure without Conscience Knowledge without Character Commerce without Morality Science without Humanity Worship without Sacrifice Politics without Principles Rights without Responsibilities*
Expectations vs. Support
Spaghetti vs. Waffles
Example: Similarities vs. Differences
Example: Unity vs. Diversification
4. What If?
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Moral Character and Character Education
The Assumptions of a Culture-centered Perspective:
Project management of the Science Baccalaureate Patrick Lawlor Dept. of Applied Science and Computing.
SAMEN WIJS PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES Prof. Dr. E. Verbiest 1.
Promoting Regulatory Excellence Self Assessment & Physiotherapy: the Ontario Model Jan Robinson, Registrar & CEO, College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Lindy McAllister PhD Di Eley PhD Fiona Hawthorne PhD Presentation at SOM T&L Conference November 2010 Maximising learning outcomes for students undertaking.
Threats to the Self Increase Moral Beliefs and Affiliation Geoffrey A. Wetherell DePaul University.
Nationalism Michael Lacewing
SOCIAL SIN. Personal Sin – root of social sin Sins like pride, selfishness, greed, etc, come to infect habitual patterns of human interaction.
23/04/ /04/ Individual level? At house? At Work? At Service? Selfishness.
Is Your Rubric Getting in the Way? Strategies for Developing and Analyzing Rubrics Eric Haas Scottsdale Community College.
+ Do you remember Chapter 2?! Two elements of self concept? Difference between the two? What is attribution theory? Difference between sex and gender?
A PRACTICAL GUIDE to accelerating student achievement across cultures
Multi-Cultural Approaches to Program Evaluation Hanh Cao Yu, Ph.D. Leadership and Multicultural Evaluation October 4, 2006 The California Endowment
Towards a rights based world Learning: The Treasure Within Main tensions facing the world and affecting education by Goran Buldioski The presentation is.
Culture and The Self.
Answer questions when you see them. What are the factors we attribute to a late arriving date?
Addenda 1.Purposes of Religion 2.Forms of Cognitive Bias 3.Additional Terms.
Social Cognition The way we attend to, store, remember, and use information about other people and the world around us First impressions.
Chapter 4: Perceiving Persons Part 2: Sept. 20, 2010.
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