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The work of the CSWE Center for Diversity is made possible through the support of the University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work.  

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Equity in the Classroom: Co-Creation in Teaching and Learning

With an emphasis on a whole-class approach, this Educator|Resource will describe methods of teacher and student co-creation in areas such as the content or subject matter, the purpose of their work, and the teaching approach.

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DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD

Promoting Intercultural Understanding to Foster DEI Efforts


Campus internationalization and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leaders convened through the American Council on Education will hold a virtual workshop on Mobilizing Synergies Between Internationalization and DEI. It will be held February 23, 2022.

The Educator|Resource of the Month, published the second Tuesday of each month, offers creative teaching materials and pedagogical approaches to antiracism education and the promotion of diversity, equity, and social justice. The resources featured are developed by experts in the field and map to the CSWE Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards competencies.

Resources for the New Semester

 

 What Does Teaching Fron an Antiracist Perscpective Look Like? Series   Overview 
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 Examining Social Work's Involvment With Racially Punitive Systems
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 Decolonizing The Curriculum: Communities Reclaiming Their Stories
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 Theories of Racism: Illuminating Problems, but Also Possibilities
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 Global and Intercultural Competence: Preparing Students to Practice in an Interconnected World
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 The Profound Wisdom of Black Life & Literature
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The views expressed in the Educator|Resource are those of the
educator(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Council on Social Work Education.