stereotype threat as a whole effects performance in education while The Burden

Stereotype threat as a whole effects performance in

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stereotype threat as a whole effects performance in education while, The Burden of Proof article discusses stereotype threat as a whole but also focusing on its effects on gender. When discussing a topic, it's good to start with the larger picture and then narrow down to the main specific research questions to gain a better understanding on the topic as a whole and to be sure to cover as many aspects of the topic. B. Transition to Next Topic (i.e. how would this idea link to the next?) There are many different groups that are affected by stereotype threat besides gender. One group that we will be focusing more on in our research is student- athletes. I II. Topic 2 = ____ _how its effects student athletes___________________
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A. Which articles would be discussing in this topic? List the reference for each of those articles below. In what order will the articles be presented in the topic? Give a sentence or two to explain your logic. Yopyk, D., & Prentice, D. (2005). Am i an athlete or a student? identity salience and stereotype threat in student-athletes. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 27 (4), 329- 336. Dee, T. (2014). Stereotype threat and the student-athlete. Economic Inquiry, 52 (1), 173- 182. doi:10.1111/ecin.12006 Harrison, C., Stone, J., Shapiro, J., Yee, S., Boyd, J., & Rullan, V. (2009). The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with the academic performance of male and female college athletes. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 33 (1), 78-96. Stone, J., Harrison, C., & Mottley, J. (2012). "don't call me a student-athlete": The effect of identity priming on stereotype threat for academically engaged african american college athletes. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 34 (2), 99-106. doi:10.1080/01973533.2012.655624 Both ‘Am I an Athlete or a student?’ and ‘stereotype threat and the student athlete’ do a good job in summarizing stereotype threat in stereotype threat as a whole and its effects. The next two articles go on to further explain how subgroups of student athletes are affected by stereotype threat along with another stereotype they might face. This can help explain not only the reason why stereotype threat is an important topic to address but also how it effects and is affected by other issues. B. Transition to Next Topic (i.e. how would this idea link to the next?) Stereotype threat can have a significant impact on a student's performance in academic work. To ensure that students are evaluated more fairly in assessments methods can be used to help reduce effects of stereotype effect and help close the gap between scoring. One of these Methods are teaching Interventions. IV. Topic 3 = _How does teaching intervention reduce effects of stereotype threat_ A. Which articles would be discussing in this topic? List the reference for each of those articles below. In what order will the articles be presented in the topic? Give a sentence or two to explain your logic. Smith, C., & Hung, L. (2008). Stereotype threat: Effects on education. Social Psychology of Education, 11 (3), 243-257.
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