UnBoxedBoxedA Journal of Adult Learning in Schools
HTH Unboxed

In the Bias Busting Obstacles project secondary students learn how human brains and historical context predispose us to be biased against those who are different– and how, through reflection, education, and activism, we can elect to change. Their learning culminates in an exhibition, for which students design, build, and curate a bias-busting obstacle course.  The goal of the obstacle course is to allow participants to experience the impact of a memorial in tandem with the inherent engagement of an obstacle course.

Watch the short video on the left to hear students reflecting on their learning throughout the project.

Academic Skills and Content:

Final Product: Interactive exhibits for families and lower elementary students

Suggested Duration: 9 weeks



Created with the support of the California Department of Education California Career Pathways Trust