Resources

Pedagogical Essays and Books

News Articles


Should I Give Up on White People?” – George Yancy, The New York Times


“White Fragility, Anti-Racist Pedagogy, and the Weight of History” – Justin Gomer & Christopher Petrella, Black Perspectives


“What ‘White Folks Who Teach in the Hood’ Get Wrong About Education” – Kenya Downs, PBS


The Emotional, Uncomfortable Classroom” –  Jasmine Harris, Inside Higher Education


Key teaching strategies to engage students from a range of academic or social backgrounds

Creating Inclusive Syllabi


Features of an Inclusive Syllabus (Saint Louis University)


Syllabus Rubric and Worksheet (University of Virginia)


For Specific Contexts


Facilitating Cross-cultural Group Work (University of Michigan)


Teaching International Students (University of Michigan)


Creating Accessible Learning Environments

CME Library

Located in DeRicci, 203, the CME library has a growing number of books available for check out on inclusive pedagogy, critical pedagogy, multicultural education. Feel free to drop by and check out the latest books.

Communities of Inquiry

(CoI; also termed “Communities of Practice: [CoP]) are “groups of people who share a concern…or a passion about a topic and who deepen their knowledge and expertise in this area by interacting on an ongoing basis” (Cox 126 Recommendations). The link below provides a selection of protocols and activities or engaging in a CoI.

Wellness, Mission, Identity Important Links