The Sound and Fury (When Classroom Discussions are Difficult)

Tree swallows arguing.

Greg, Flickr: http://bit.ly/2k3QJKc

Sometimes class discussions are difficult because students are hesitant to participate or because one student tends to dominate. And sometimes—as we’ve heard from faculty in these turbulent times—they’re difficult because emotions are running high and some students may be angry or anxious.

Here are a few resources to help faculty navigate these challenges.

Teaching Trump – Amanda Rosen

The Tricky Task of Teaching About Trump – Chronicle of Higher Education

Georgetown University Teaching Commons

Difficult Dialogues

Stanford Teaching Commons – Classroom Challenges

Getting Students to Talk to Each Other, Rather Than the Teacher

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