Teaching Diversity

Teaching Diversity

Challenges and Complexities, Identities, and Integrity / Edited by William M. Timpson ... [et Al.]

Book - 2003
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Nineteen Colorado State U. faculty who teach courses with diversity content describe their experiences through case studies. Working as a team, the 19 instructors, from various disciplines and CSU campuses, met regularly over a two-year period to share readings, discuss concerns and successes, and share drafts of their stories as educators addressing diversity issues. The central question explored through their essays is how instructors and students can contribute to a positive classroom climate which permits an honest and respectful consideration of a range of ideas and issues, no matter how difficult, emotional, or sensitive. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Creating a diverse student body is a challenging issue. Obtain the perspectives of other community college professionals as 19 faculty and staff contemplate the complexities involved in creating a diverse student body and incorporating diversity into the curriculum. Page after page of insights compose this helpful resource for campuses eager to move forward with diversity initiatives.

Publisher: Madison, WI : Atwood Pub., c2003
ISBN: 9781891859458
Characteristics: 304 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Timpson, William M.

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