Civil, Safe, and Inclusive Classrooms
Civil, Safe, and Inclusive Classroom Resources
The Center for Faculty Excellence is developing of list of organizations and individuals who would be willing to serve as guest speakers and resources for individuals with questions about diversity, inclusion, and civility among other related topics. If you would be interested in serving as a resource, please contact CFE at email@example.com.
BiasTeaching Tollerance: Reflective Teaching
Explore issues of race and privilege, anti-bias and multicultural education
Teaching Tolerance: Classroom Strategies
Tools and approaches for creating more inclusive classroom environments
LARA Method (Cornell University)
Listen, affirm, respond, add (LARA) -- strategy for communicating across differences and engaging in conflict empathetically
Managing Hot Moments in the Classroom (Harvard)
Practical strategies for responding to those spontaneous moments when emotions run high
Academic Advancement Network (Michigan State)
Range of resources addressing civility / incivility in the classroom
Joseph Clark: Encouraging Classroom Civility
General strategies for classroom management
Leading a Discussion
Practical tips for leading an effective classroom discussion
Checklist also available from http://augmenting.me/cte/resources/nfrg/11_11_leading_discussion.htm
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