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TEROS

MEASURING INVISIBLE BIASES

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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.
INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS

THE FOUR ROADSIGNS

    Danger       Go

HOW CONFIDENTLY CAN YOU DETECT CONCERNS ABOUT PUPILS’ BIASES?

WATCH FOR THE VISIBLE SIGNS

40%

TEROS: MEASURE THE INVISIBLE BIASES

80%

 

INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS

 

TEROS  is in development. The technology will be piloted in 2016 and then launched to schools following successful trials.

 

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"  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.  "
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