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Informed Civic Engagement Resource Guide
Informed Civic Engagement Resource Guide: Civil Discourse
Civil Discourse Resources
National Institute for Civil Discourse
A non-partisan organization based at the University of Arizona that promotes healthy and civil political debate.
A plea for Civil Discourse
: by Andrea Leskes. Association of American Colleges & Universities
Article defines civil discourse and provides strategies for promoting civil discourse in undergraduate education.
Promoting Civil Discourse in Troubling Times
: American University
Provides suggestions for bringing civil discourse to campus classrooms.
Guidelines for Discussing Difficult or Controversial Topics
: University of Michigan
Guidelines to help instructors facilitate classroom discussion around controversial issues.
Multicultural Education Program: Classroom Tools
UC Berkeley, Tools for instructors compiled by the Division of Equity & Inclusion
: Teaching Tolerance
A toolkit for facilitating difficult conversations.
: Vanderbilt University
A guide for teachers in leading difficult dialogues.
Teaching about Racial Violence
: UW Center for Teaching and Learning
Materials for engaging students in discussions about racial violence with a focus on current events
Classroom Dynamics & Diversity
: Harvard, Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning
Includes tips for managing challenging conversations.
Handbook for Facilitating Difficult Conversations in the
: Queens College, Michael Harrington Center for Democratic Values and Social Change
The Lost Art of Democratic Debate
: TED Talk by Michael Sandel, Professor of Political Philosophy, Harvard
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