Teaching RaceHow to Help Students Unmask and Challenge Racism
A real-world how-to manual for talking about race in the classroom Educators and activists frequently call for the need to address the lingering presence of racism in higher education. Yet few books offer specific suggestions and advice on how to introduce race to students who believe we live in a post-racial world where racism is no longer a real issue. In Teaching Race the authors offer practical tools and techniques for teaching and discussing racial issues at predominately White institutions of higher education. As current events highlight the dynamics surrounding race and racism on campus and the world beyond, this book provides teachers with essential training to facilitate productive discussion and raise racial awareness in the classroom. A variety of teaching and learning experts provide insights, tips, and guidance on running classroom discussions on race. They present effective approaches and activities to bring reluctant students into a consideration of race and explore how White teachers can model racial awareness, thereby inviting students into the process of examining their own white identity. Racism, whether evident in overt displays or subconscious bias, has repercussions that reverberate far beyond the campus grounds. As the cultural climate increasingly calls out for more research, education, and dialogue on race and racism, this book helps teachers spotlight issues related to race in a way that leads to effective classroom and campus conversation. The book provides guidance on how to: Create the conditions that facilitate respectful racial dialogue by building trust and effectively negotiating conflict Uncover each student’s own subconscious bias and the intersectionality that exists even in the most homogenous-appearing classrooms Help students embrace discomfort, and adapt discussion methods to accommodate issues of race and positionality Avoid common traps, mistakes, and misconceptions encountered in anti-racist teaching Predominantly White institutions face a number of challenges in dealing with race issues, including a lack of precedence, an absence of modeling by campus leaders, and little clear guidance on how teachers can identify and challenge racism on campus. Teaching Race is packed with activities, suggestions and exercises to provide practical real-world help for teachers trying to introduce race in class
About the Authors vii Preface xv Acknowledgments xxi 1. The Dynamics of Teaching Race 1Stephen D. Brookfield 2. Guidelines for Whites Teaching About Whiteness 19George Yancy 3. Teaching Whiteness in Predominantly White Classrooms 43Susan Hadley 4. Creating a Brave Space Classroom through Writing 63Lucia Pawlowski 5. Teaching Intersectionality through “I Am From…” 87Mike Klein 6. Building Trust and Negotiating Conflict When Teaching Race 109Pamela E. Barnett 7. Creating the Conditions for Racial Dialogues 131Lisa R. Merriweather, Talmadge C. Guy, and Elaine Manglitz 8. Developing Working Alliances with Students 151Consuelo E. Cavalieri, Bryana H. French, and Salina M. Renninger 9. Forming Classroom Communities to Help Students Embrace Discomfort 171Buffy Smith 10. Adapting Discussion Methods to Teach Race 191Stephen D. Brookfield 11. Teaching against Color Blindness 213Wendy Yanow 12. Helping Students Uncover Positionality 233Dianne Ramdeholl and Jaye Jones 13. Using Digital Storytelling to Unearth Racism and Galvanize Action 253Mary E. Hess 14. Examining Mistakes to Advance Antiracist Teaching 273Bobbi Smith 15. Avoiding Traps and Misconceptions in Teaching Race 293Stephen D. Brookfield Bibliography 311 Index 331
STEPHEN D.BROOKFIELD is the John Ireland Endowed Chair at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more than forty years, he has taught in England, Canada, Australia, and the United States. A six-time winner of the Cyril O. Houle Award for Outstanding Literature in Adult Education, he's the author of numerous books on teaching, including The Skillful Teacher, Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher, Teaching for Critical Thinking, and Discussion as a Way of Teaching, all from Jossey-Bass.
Tomorrow's leaders are today's college students, and there can be no more important task than teaching them to address issues of racism head on. But bringing to life the enormity and oppressive weight of racism is a complex and daunting task. Emotionally charged discussions quickly escalate, students accuse each other and instructors of racism, and the academic norm of decorous calm is shattered. When your carefully prepared lesson plan has been shredded, you need a resource that provides multiple tools, techniques and suggestions for educating students about the current face of racism. Led by the award-winning scholar and internationally recognized educator Stephen Brookfield, a diverse group of thought leaders and experienced practitioners show you how to create teachable moments to unmask racism. Teaching Race is packed with specific techniques, ancillary materials, and strategies used to model racial awareness and examine racial identity. With this dependable guidebook at your fingertips you will learn how to: Conduct productive discussions that illustrate racism in everyday life Sequence instruction for a deepening examination of white supremacy Address conflict in ways that increase students' comfort with ambiguity Stop students universalizing their own racial experiences Use narrative modeling to illuminate the presence of microaggressions Encourage students to uncover their positionality Avoid the most common pitfalls of teaching anti-racism Awaken yourself and your students to the pervasive presence of racism with Teaching Race: How to Help Students Unmask and Challenge Racism.
The complete, contemporary guide to teaching anti-racism at college and university, Teaching Race is the authoritative resource of knowledge, techniques, and exercises for instructors seeking to help students unmask and challenge racism. This brilliantly straightforward guidebook shows teachers how to cultivate "brave spaces" in which students examine how racism is learned and practiced. It offers numerous tools, techniques and strategies to move students to an anti-racist identity where they call out bias, recognize microaggressions in themselves and others, and hold communities and institutions accountable for embedded racism. Teaching about race is emotionally charged and contentious, so college instructors need a dependable resource to help them: Facilitate respectful student dialogue on race Address how white educators can teach authentically about race Guide students to recognize their own biases, identities, and the intersectionality present in seemingly homogenous groups Deal with the unexpected missteps every teacher makes when developing anti-racist practice Under the editorial direction of teaching expert Stephen Brookfield, an outstanding group of contributing teaching and learning specialists share their most effective approaches and activities to engage reluctant students in examining racism. Keep this convenient reference at your fingertips and it will quickly become the most useful tool in your classroom. Use it as a source of real-world tips, techniques and exercises to bring group discussions to life and address the conflict that often arises. If you need advice about modeling anti-racist behavior or sequencing activities to take students deeper into an analysis of racism, this go-to source has multiple suggestions and activities. Unless you are actively pushing against racist attitudes and systemic structures, you're passively supporting their existence; so influence tomorrow's leaders today with Teaching Race.
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