Overview of Diversity Topics

Website

    Books

    1. Eisenberg, Michael B., Doug Johnson, and Robert E. Berkowitz. The Definitive Big6 Workshop Handbook. 3rd ed. Worthington, OH: Linworth, 1987.
    2. Randall B. Lindsey, Raymond D. Terrell, Kikanza Nuri Robins. Cultural Proficiency (diversity)

    Syllabi

    1. Disability Syllabus
    2. Multiculturalism and Diversity Syllabus
    3. Principles of Justice Studies Syllabus

    Classroom Activities

    1. Each semester in Educational Psychology, students are required to attend a "Diversity Event" of their choice sometime throughout the semester. They are then asked to submit a one page reaction to the event. This is a requirement of all of the Educational Psychology sections that are taught and is a College of Education requirement.
    2. In Introduction to Counseling, the week we cover the topic of "Multicultural Counseling" the students take a field trip to the Office of Student Diversity and hear a panel of students talk about their experiences. I've mentioned this to you before, but wanted to be sure to include it as well.

    Books

    1. Eisenberg, Michael B., Doug Johnson, and Robert E. Berkowitz. The Definitive Big6 Workshop Handbook. 3rd. ed. Worthington, OH: Linworth, 1987.
    2. Randall B. Lindsey, Raymond D. Terrell, Kikanza Nuri Robins. Cultural Proficiency (diversity)

    Syllabi

    1. Disability Syllabus
    2. Multiculturalism and Diversity Syllabus
    3. Principles of Justice Studies Syllabus

    Classroom Activities

    1. Each semester in Educational Psychology, students are required to attend a "Diversity Event" of their choice sometime throughout the semester. They are then asked to submit a one page reaction to the event. This is a requirement of all of the Educational Psychology sections that are taught and is a College of Education requirement.
    2. In Introduction to Counseling, the week we cover the topic of "Multicultural Counseling" the students take a field trip to the Office of Student Diversity and hear a panel of students talk about their experiences. I've mentioned this to you before, but wanted to be sure to include it as well.