The College annually publishes Teaching for Our Times, a journal of writings by faculty, staff, and students that is intended to aid educators in the teaching and learning processes. Included are selections specifically pertaining to diversity and inclusion issues.
Featured articles regarding diversity include:
"Moving from 'I' to 'Thou'-- Bridging the Barriers of Age and Culture at the Community College"
by Anne R. Umansky
"Bagels, Sushi, Fufu and Flan: The Diversity Project and Recipes for Change"
by Lloyd Sheldon Johnson
"From Papua New Guinea to Boston: Cultural Diversity in a Learning Community"
by Vilma Tafawa
"Access to Higher Education for African-Americans"
by Pelonomi Khumoetsile-Taylor
"Beyond Access: Creating Climate for Culturally Different Learners"
by Adriene Anderson
"Psychological Factors in Second Language Acquisition: Why Your International Students are Sudando La Gota Gordo (Sweating Buckets)"
by Sandra Clyne
"Civic Leadership in the Context of Religious and Cultural Pluralism"
by Professor L. S. Johnson
"KATRINA: What the Hurricane Teaches Us about Race, Class, and Power in America
by Professor Stephen Slaner
For access to the entire collection of the Teaching for Our Times series, please visit the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) which will direct you through their collection of resources.
Teaching for Our Times, A Journal of Good Teaching Practice Volume I (1999)
Teaching for Our Times, Focus on Learning Volume II (2000)
Teaching for Out Times, Access Volume III (2001)
The BHCC Library maintains a listing of online resources for diversity-related readings and activities, including the Book of the Month Club sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Additionally, there are several resources available via the World Wide Web related to diversity issues. The Association of American Colleges and Universities and the University of Maryland at College Park have designed DiversityWeb to connect, amplify, and multiply campus diversity efforts through a central location on the Web. Campus practitioners can turn to this Ford Foundation supported site whenever they need to find—or to share—useful resources on ways that campus leaders are making U.S. diversity a central educational priority.
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