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Teaching diversity in the synchronistic classroom: student perceptions, best practices and continued challenges

Counselman Carpenter, Elisabeth A.; Garay, Kristin; Marquart, Matthea S.

This panel at the 2018 Social Work Distance Education Conference shared case studies, best practices, challenges, and emerging issues when teaching on topics of diversity in online courses from Columbia University’s School of Social Work. The panel included audience participation, interaction between the panelists and time for Q&A at the end. The courses discussed included a course on racial identity development and a course on gender and sexuality.

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March 15, 2019

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Counselman-Carpenter, B., Garay, K., and Marquart, M. (2018, April 12). Teaching diversity in the synchronistic classroom: student perceptions, best practices and continued challenges. Panel presented at the Social Work Distance Education Conference, San Antonio, TX. Includes quotes from Adrienne N. Williams and Noel B. Ramirez.

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