Reading: Exploring Dialogue and Debate University of Michigan IGR program. p. 23-24
Read 3 case studies—From Gorski, Paul and Seema Pothini, Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education ( New York: Routledge, 2018)
Case 3:4 High Expectations or Unrealistic Goals? pp. 27-28 (income)
Case 3:5 Technology Progress, Equity regress pp. 29-30 (income, digital divide)
Case 4:3 A Difference in Perspective pp. 35-36 (ethnicity)
Case 6:3 Diverse Friends Day pp. 51-53 (Diversity)
Case 11:3 A Legacy of Privilege on the Soccer Pitch pp. (diversity)
Case 8.4 Insufficient accommodations pp. 71-72 (Ability)
Written Assignment: Choose 3 case studies. 1. Identify the bias or inequities in the case.
2. Identify the community members involved directly and indirectly and what their perspective might be. 3. State an equitable outcome. (what would you do to resolve the inequity) 4. What is long term solution?
Create 5 statements related to the case studies that can be used in Agree/Disagree exercise. Examples of statements in response to case studies.
A class or community activity should be designed so that everyone can participate in the same way.
Solution to problems that reflect bias can be considered to avoid conflict
If you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have a moral obligation to do something about it. John Lewis