Tell Tall Tales, a board game tool for implicit biases, featured in Science News
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Tell Tall Tales, a board game tool for implicit biases, featured in Science News

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The board game, Tell Tall Tales, designed by mind of N and Magon was covered in a recent Science News for Students website, published by Society for Science and the Public, as an effective tool that may help reduce implicit biases to address gender discrimination.

Magon has been a contributor with mind of N since July 2018.

They (sic) and mind of N have collaborated and developed the Tell Tall Tales, a board game for addressing Gender-Role and Gender-Career stereotyping. In addition, Magon experimented the board game in 2 schools of Jalandhar. They (sic) presented the board game in IRIS 2018 in Delhi and ISEF 2019 in Arizona, US.

Read more about it here
https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/blog/eureka-lab/ISEF-2019-game-may-help-rid-people-biases?fbclid=IwAR05cOkhnqEo5JlDMKq7spa1bzeITr82Kzm-33lb9qFH6vHN3UWr7CILWAg


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  1. Dipali Naidu, - 26th November 2020 at 10:09 pm

    Hi

    I am keen to understand how you use Tell Tall Tales in sensitizing people to implicit biases. Can this be extended to corporates. Are you still in research stage

    I will be keen to understand

    Reply

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