Book Study: Courageous Conversations About Race
Instructor: Ursula M. Hall
Spring, Summer & Fall (Ongoing)
Instruction Mode: Correspondence
Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development
NDSU Credit Fee: $375
Some teachers are not equipped enough to deal with the clients that they serve due to their lack of exposure to people of color. As a result, there is often a disconnection between teachers, students, and families because of cultural differences. Incite a dialogue with others and increase your cultural awareness by having a Courageous Conversation About Race.
Participants must successfully complete all of the following requirements:
- Read and collaboratively discuss the approved text.
- Respond to a series of questions based on the approved text created by the instructor
- Reflections of your class discussions documented in a journal -- 4 entries
- Create a Program Creation, or Staff Development for the staff/students at your place of employment.
Glen E Singleton and Curtis W Linton, Courageous Conversations About Race, a field guide for achieving equity in schools, 2006; Corwin Press Inc., A Sage Publications Company, CA, ISBN 0-7619-8877-7 $33.00