Responding to Critical Incidents


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During local, national or international crises and significant events, 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.


Facilitating Dialogue and Discussions

 

Facilitating Challenging Discussions in Effective Ways, Queens College, CUNY

Start Talking: A Handbook for Engaging Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education, Kay Landis, editor, University of Alaska, Anchorage & Alaska Pacific University

Mastering online discussion board facilitation: Resource Guide, Edutopia

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Teaching About Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism

 

Helpful guides and resources have been assembled by some of our favorite centers for teaching and learning, partner organizations, and experts in the field:


Election Season Resources

 

Helpful guides and resources have been assembled by some of our favorite centers for teaching and learning and partner organizations: 



Page last modified April 13, 2022