We wish to facilitate others' education by providing these teaching tools. Those who recognize themselves as educators understand how well this fits with a place called the Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry. Sometimes we learn best by reading, studying and writing; sometimes we learn best by doing; sometimes we learn best from our failures. In all cases, we can better understand ourselves and others when we reach out to teach someone else what we have learned.
We describe four presentation assignments and a set of paper assignments for diversity and/or prejudice/discrimination classes.
Terms commonly used by stereotyping and prejudice researchers.
We list and briefly describe podcasts that can be used for diversity or prejudice and discrimination courses.
This resource is a collection of video clips from various visual media (advertisements, news stories, movies, etc.) that exemplify prejudice and discrimination.
Here are other websites with teaching resources for stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination.