This site contains diversity, cross-cultural, and international psychology resources, a searchable database for the journal Teaching of Psychology, and model syllabi for teaching related courses on the psychology of prejudice and discrimination, diversity, and multicultural psychology.
Scott Plous’ site contains over 2000 links to prejudice-related resources. The Teacher’s Corner features syllabi for courses on prejudice and discrimination and diversity, college classroom activities, and a section with discussion topics. Links to Prejudice provides links to a variety of prejudice-related resources, organized by topic.
The annual Social Psychology Network Action Teaching Award recognizes "action teaching" that leads not only to a better understanding of human behavior but to a more just, compassionate, and peaceful world. The site contains an archive of awards and honorable mentions from 2006 to present.
Kim Case of University of Houston-Clear Lake created this website for educators who are addressing issues of intersectionality, privilege, and social justice.The resources page includes syllabi and handouts for the intersectionality project and privilege videos ready for use in class. The page also includes a Facebook feed that provides current resources, links, videos, blogs, news stories, and current events for use in the classroom, workshops, and trainings.
Jon Mueller regularly updates this site with class assignments, activities and exercises, online lectures, and new books and articles (and the newest links are marked). Search within social psychology for resources related to the teaching of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination.
This website includes personal stories about the effects of hate speech, a history of prejudice and hate in Indiana, a list of resources for those wishing to combat prejudice, reviews of movies and music about prejudice, and teaching ideas.