Dr. Rufus Glasper, Dr. Adam Fein, and Dr. Andrea Wade are among the panelists who will participate in three sessions during the upcoming Virtual Innovations and OLC Innovate conferences. Panel discussions will center a forthcoming study on the efficacy of inquiry-based discussion, innovating for scale in online learning, and how to cultivate an anti-racist pedagogy.
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In celebration of Black History Month, Packback has partnered with our brilliant network of educators and students to create resources that can help spark dialogue and inspire meaningful classroom conversations. Check out our curated list of 3 essential resources to engage your classes this Black History Month.
BIPOC Students and Bias in Higher Education: The necessity of unlearning biases to optimize outcomes for BIPOC students
The realities of bias against Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students in our nation’s predominantly White colleges and universities are hidden in the ways we have been taught to give feedback and to regard race in the classroom. This article explores how this bias harms the way that BIPOC students are able to […]
Education Dive Includes Anti-Racist Discussion Pedagogy Guide in Article Addressing Measures Taken by University of Pittsburgh to Combat Racism on Campus
A recent article by Natalie Schwartz takes a closer look at how the University of Pittsburgh is addressing racism through courses aimed at 1st-year students, and how administrators across the nation can make campus-wide changes to address racism. Packback’s recently published Anti-Racist Discussion Pedagogy Guide is included in the article as one way to build […]
In a recent article in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, staff writer Sara Weissman offers the Anti-Racist Discussion Pedagogy guide as a resource for instructors across disciplines who are looking to facilitate an anti-racist dialogue in their classes.