Schools are increasingly required to monitor the emergence of pupil attitudes and behaviours which indicate inappropriate cultural, ethnic or religious biases.
TEROS, meaning ‘to watchover and protect’, is a technology being developed to reliably measure the incipient biases pupils may be developing. The TEROS technology will be able to:
- measure such biases earlier than would otherwise be seen by visible signs
- explain whether such biases may indicate a genuine concern
- provide guidance for low-level individual or group intervention to change those biases
- monitor the effects of interventions to ensure they have been effective.
HOW CONFIDENTLY CAN YOU DETECT CONCERNS ABOUT PUPILS’ BIASES?
WATCH FOR THE VISIBLE SIGNS
TEROS: MEASURE THE INVISIBLE BIASES
INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS
TEROS is in development. The technology will be piloted in 2016 and then launched to schools following successful trials.
" A school must educate itself before it can educate its pupils. By learning to observe ourself as a school, our pupils will learn to observe the world. "Unattrib