Identity, Discrimination, and Inequality
Victor Asal, Angel Saavedra Cisneros and Rachel Yon designed our first set of active learning resources and exercises. These classroom exercises are intended to get students to think more critically about issues tied to identity, discrimination, and inequality. In each of their blog posts the authors describe the activity and provide instructions for how these exercises can be implemented in the classroom. Angel Saavedra Cisneros also included a list of additional in-class exercises that educators could use to teach about racial politics.
Additional Identity, Discrimination, and Inequality Resources
Vanessa Stout, Kelsy Kretschmer, and Christopher Stout, "The Continuing Significance of History: An-Active Learning Simulation to Teach about the Origins of Inequality," Journal of Political Science Education, 2005 (download the supplemental teaching tool here)