TEACHING AND LEARNING IN RESPONSE TO CHARLOTTESVILLE
During national crises, such as the current events in Charlottesville, students and faculty can become emotionally charged, feel mentally drained, and be uncertain about how to respond to opposing viewpoints with humility. The links below provide strategies to help faculty create teachable moments in times of crises and develop respectful rapport despite varied perspectives.
- Responding to Critical Incidents, Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Virginia
- “Charlottesville Syllabus,” UVA Graduate Student Coalition, University of Virginia
- Teaching After Charlottesville, The Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University
- Facilitating Challenging Discussions in Effective Ways, Queens College, CUNY
- Listen, Affirm, Respond, Add – The LARA Method to Create Dialogue, The Program on Intergroup Relations, University of Michigan
- "Defining Academic Freedom," Inside Higher Ed, December 21, 2010
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