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Stanford University's Claude Steele, how do you do social psychology?

How Do You Do? Podcast

Claude M. Steele is an American social psychologist, a Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, and author of Whistling Vivaldi and Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us. In this episode of How Do You Do? Podcast, Ben asks Dr. Steele to break down his research on stereotype threat, share how he comes up with experiments, offer solutions for how individuals and organizations can combat the pressure that comes with the stereotypes we face, and more.  Follow us! Claude Steele: ClaudeSteele.com How Do You Do? Podcast: @hdydpod Ben: @benhannani Website: www.hdydpod.com Our guests' jams can be found on the "HDYD Jams" playlist on Spotify!

50mins

25 Oct 2020

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Stereotype Threat w/Professor Claude Steele

The Keith Law Show

Rundown4:54 What is Stereotype Threat?6:50 Effects of Stereotype Threat10:27 Stereotypes Within Player Evaluations15:40 Protecting Yourself Against the Sense of Stereotype Threat18:10 Remedies to Stereotype Threat in Evaluation24:32 The Impact of Language on StereotypesFollow Keith on Twitter: @keithlawGet 40% off a subscription to The Athletic: theathletic.com/klaw Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

31mins

25 May 2020

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Claude Steele on the Challenges of Multi-Cultural Societies – #38

Manifold

Corey and Steve talk to Claude Steele of Stanford about his article “Why Campuses are So Tense”. The essay explores stereotype threats across racial lines. Colorblindness is a standard of fairness, but what are the costs of ignoring our differences? Claude describes his research on minority underperformance and why single sex colleges may contribute to women’s success. Corey describes why he believes his daughter's experience is a counterexample to the findings of the experiments that led the Supreme Court to outlaw segregation. The three discuss parenting in a diverse world and how ethnic integration differs between Europe and the US.

1hr 17mins

19 Mar 2020

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9. Trust Me, Bro (Campus Speech & Trust ft. Professor Claude Steele)

Really, Bro?

The bros talk to a legendary Stanford Professor of Psychology about stereotype threat, campus speech, the 2020 election, and how interpersonal dynamics of trust or lack thereof can create dramatic institutional results. Also, moose wrangling.

1hr 7mins

14 Mar 2019

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Ep. 40: Reading, Writing, Math, and Social Emotional Learning — Professor Claude Steele, Stanford University & Danielle Gonzalez, Aspen Institute

Nerd Farmer Podcast

Housekeeping: Buy the fall #NerdFarmReads Book, We Gon Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation by Jeff Chang This week the pod takes on Social Emotional Learning in schools. Danielle Gonzalez of the Aspen Institute begins the podcast with her perspective on SEL and why we must teach it. She also delves into the danger of “systematic whitening” of students of color and where the national policy conversation on SEL is headed. Next up, author and professor, Claude Steele, gives an overview of Stereotype Threat with a few ways to combat it. Professor Steele’s book Whistling Vivaldi centers around anecdote about a man-of-color whistling Vivaldi in public spaces. Steele also discussed the impact of the disproportionate ratio of white females teaching to students of color and the need for Social Emotional Learning in school. 2:00 What is Social Emotional Learning and why do we teach it in schools? 4:00 Aspen Institute convenes state superintendents to talk about leadership and disparities between white and black students. Implicit bias, interpersonal relationships, black and white students experience the world differently. See the Aspen Report here. 9:00 Is SEL a way to systematically “whiten” students of color? 12:00 Stereotype threat and the meaning behind Whistling Vivaldi. 15:00 Academic Beat of Professor Steele: What do you do? 17:30 Professor Steele explaining SEL from his perspective. 22:00 Teacher diversity and the correlation of Social Emotional Learning “The opportunity to see yourself… in a leadership turns out to be important in the success students have.” 25:00 Professor Steele’s take on historical events that led to teachers being so homogeneously white and female. How should we develop trust between students and teachers of any color. 29:00 What should school systems do to support students social-emotional needs? 33:00 Who do you see and who have you seen do this well? 35:00 What do you [Professor Steele] wish the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, understood about Social Emotional Learning? Going Further: Aspen Institute claudesteele.com Stereotype Threat Whistling Vivaldi: And Other Clues to How Stereotypes Affect Us by Claude Steele

39mins

31 Jul 2018

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How Stereotypes Can Impact School Performance w/ guest Claude Steele

Stanford Radio

School's In with Dan Schwartz and Denise Pope:"How Stereotypes Can Impact School Performance w/ guest Claude Steele"Stanford Emeritus Professor Claude Steele discusses stereotype threat, how preconceived notions can impact academic performance, and what students, parents and teachers can do to address the issues that arise because of it.Originally aired on SiriusXM on February 3, 2018.Recorded by Stanford Video.

28mins

7 Feb 2018

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How Stereotypes Can Impact School Performance with Claude Steele

School's In

Claude Steele, emeritus professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, discusses stereotype threat, how preconceived notions can impact academic performance, and what students, parents, and teachers can do to address the issues that arise because of it.

28mins

3 Feb 2018

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Claude Steele - Whistling Vivaldi: How stereotypes affect us and what we can do—in schools and the workplace"

Lectures At Reed

Claude Steele will discuss his seminal work on stereotype threat and his book Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do. Steele received a BA from Hiram College and a PhD from Ohio State University. He served as the twenty-first provost of Columbia University and has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Education, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. His book Whistling Vivaldi provides an essential roadmap for understanding the link between identity and performance, and how those of us involved in education can make significant strides in mitigating the effects of negative stereotypes in our communities. Steele was hosted by the Office for Institutional Diversity as the inaugural Community Reading Project guest; his lecture was cosponsored by the multicultural resource center and by Reed's Student Senate.

1hr 6mins

2 Nov 2011

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Claude Steele - Whistling Vivaldi: How stereotypes affect us and what we can do—in schools and the workplace

Lectures At Reed

Claude Steele will discuss his seminal work on stereotype threat and his book Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do. Steele received a BA from Hiram College and a PhD from Ohio State University. He served as the twenty-first provost of Columbia University and has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Education, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society. His book Whistling Vivaldi provides an essential roadmap for understanding the link between identity and performance, and how those of us involved in education can make significant strides in mitigating the effects of negative stereotypes in our communities. Steele was hosted by the Office for Institutional Diversity as the inaugural Community Reading Project guest; his lecture was cosponsored by the multicultural resource center and by Reed's Student Senate.

2 Nov 2011

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Claude Steele: How Stereotypes Affect Us

Thought

56mins

2 Jul 2010