Teaching in Challenging Times: Resources for Teaching and Discussions on Race, Sexuality, Gender, Disparities, and Politics
General resources for teaching and discussing controversial topics:
- The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) has a number of resources that speak directly to teaching in challenging times. The CFE and College of Arts and Sciences are among the partners supporting the University’s membership in NCFDD. Learn how to access these resources here.
- Huston & DiPietro, “Teaching in the Eye of the Storm,” To Improve the Academy
- Teaching Resources for Difficult Times, John Jay College, City University of New York
- Warren, L. “Managing Hot Moments in the Classroom.” Derek Bok Center. 2002.
Resources in response to the 2016 election:
- L.D. Burnett, “The Day After,” November 18, 2016, The Chronicle of Higher Education
- Returning to the Classroom after the Election from University of Michigan’s Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
- Teaching in Response to the Election Center for Teaching (Vanderbuilt University)
- How to Help Diverse Students Find Common Ground Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu, Greater Good Science Center, University of California, Berkeley
- Ten Ways to Fight Hate Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)
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