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"Campus Incivility" Guest Expert Webinar Series:

Addressing Incivility in the Classroom: Effective Strategies for Faculty

Facilitated by: Chavella Pittman, PhD, Dominican University

 


Micro-Aggressions, Micro-Resistance, and Ally Development in the Academy

Facilitated by: Cynthia Ganote, PhD (Saint Mary's College of CA), Floyd Cheung, PhD (Smith College), and Tasha Souza, PhD (Boise State University)



(In)Civility in Academic Spaces

Facilitated by: Adeline Koh, PhD (Stockton University)

 


Additional Resources For:

Teaching

Teaching in Response to the Election (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University)


Teaching in Times of Crisis (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University)


Leading Classroom Discussion on Difficult Topics (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University)


Facilitating Discussions about Hot Topics (Sheridan Center, Brown University)


Disruptive Students in the Classroom (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University)


Fostering Equitable Classroom Participation (Sheridan Center, Brown University)


Facilitating Effective Group Discussions (Sheridan Center, Brown University)


Addressing Students’ Needs: Dealing with Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom (Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University)


Faculty Field Guide for Promoting Student Civility in the Classroom (Boise State University)


Incivility in an Academic Context (Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning)


Understanding Student and Faculty Incivility in Higher Education (Journal of Effective Teaching, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2012)


Faculty Members and Social Identity (New Directions for Teaching and Learning, No. 111, Fall 2007)


Incivility in the College Classroom (Office of Faculty and Organizational Development, Michigan State University)


Strategies for Preventing Student-to-Student Disrespect (CRLT, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)


Guidelines for Class Participation (CRLT, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor)


Expected Behaviors for Classroom Conduct (Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence, Carnegie Mellon University)


Self-Care
 

Radical Self-Care (Dear Kerry Ann, IHE)


Pick Your Battles (Dear Kerry Ann, IHE)


Self Care for People of Color after Psychological Trauma (JustJasmineBlog.com)


Self Care List: How to Take Care of Yourself While Learning about Oppression (with Unaware People) (FabiansWriting.Tumblr.com)


The Critical Role of Self-Care for Handling Post-Election Stress (Wired.com)


How to Cope with Post-Election Stress (TheAtlantic.com)


A Few Self-Care Reminders for Anyone Having a Difficult Time after the Election (TheMighty.com)


Talking to Family & Friends

The Post-Trump Thanksgiving (Slate.com)


What to Talk to Your Family About Now That the Election Is Over (Bustle.com)


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