Post-Election Resources

"The classroom is the ideal setting to break down polarization, tackle lies and misinformation, insist on standards and evidence, teach students to disagree without personal animosity, build mutual trust, and find common ground that can help build collaboration” (Thomas and Kennedy, Scholars Strategy Network, 2020).

The Office of Inclusive Excellence's Diversity Resource Guide now includes two new "Tools for Engagement", which offer practices and resources for building classroom community and facilitating challenging conversations post-election. We encourage faculty and staff to utilize these guides as we navigate this time as a community.

Posted: Wednesday, November 04, 2020