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Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner.
Describes how interpreters and educators develop critical self-awareness of values and bias as a means to better communicate with diverse audiences.
This page provides access to a "starter kit" of resources to help you develop and hone your skills in facilitated dialogue.
Learn about the de-escalation model, S.L.O.W., and the ways you can implement the model in your interactions with park visitors.
For this activity, you’ll be watching or listening to a short interpretive program, then trying your hand at coaching the interpreter who offered that product. Dave’s Program Your coachee is Dave. You’ll learn a bit more about Dave in a bit. But first, take an opportunity to watch Dave’s program: Getting to Know Dave Of
Interprecon is an online learning experience focused on interpretation and education featuring exciting talks presented by field-based practitioners across the NPS and beyond.
Peer Coaching & feedback are the bedrock of making interpretation better. Feedback helps us see new ways interpretive experiences can grow and change.
Use the ACE Wheel Model rubric to help you see what you're shining at and make your audience centered experiences even better.
Citizen science is a great thing to do in national parks! This page provides guidance, resources, toolkits, and related information.
Access a list of discussion guides designed to help you open lines of discussion with visitors, explore new perspectives, invite mutual learning, and potentially evolve collective meaning.
This guide provides information about how to approach dialogue surrounding the history of slavery, freedom, and race in America.
Learn how to transform your website into a thriving hub of a much larger creative community by just checking the fuel gauge and seeing how full of good, useful content your website is.
Find a series of quick reference guides to help you build new digital experiences for your visitors. The guides are easily downloadable as PDFs, or browsable right here on the CLP.
Learn how to leverage social media and questions to engage visitors and encourage them to join a virtual conversation.
The NPS has an obligation to make all published educational materials accessible to people of all abilities. Learn how to fulfill 508 compliance requirements in this resource.
Learn more about the Common Core and how it encourages teachers to offer up complex content for their students to analyze, look for biases, and solve problems.
Learn how you can use ACE to develop programs and experiences for your younger audiences too!
In this resource, learn how to send invites to volunteers and partners so they can join the CLP.
Learn about what is and isn't covered by copyright laws as a Government employee who creates content. Can it be remixed? Can others use it without permission? Learn here!
What makes your park & education program relevant to young audiences? Use these resources to develop or improve your park's education program.
Using social media to engage and interact with your visitors? Use this resource as a reference guide to encourage and shape how you acknowledge and respond to them.
Social media can be an audience centered, resource driven experience – the resource is the battery and the visitor is the light that shines.
As we shift to sharing park resources and stories in a virtual sphere, use the best practices outlined in this guide to help you plan and execute an engaging virtual tour for your visitors.
Explore how you can ask questions with honest and authentic curiosity. Learn about question intensity and how it shifts up and down a spectrum.