Pedagogical approaches to student racial conflict in the classroom.

  title={Pedagogical approaches to student racial conflict in the classroom.},
  author={Penny A. Pasque and Mark A. Chesler and Jessica M. Charbeneau and Corissa Carlson},
  journal={Journal of Diversity in Higher Education},
The majority of higher education faculty value diversity in the classroom; however, the majority of faculty also report making no or few changes in their classroom practices to deal with diversity issues. Faculty are in a position to facilitate classroom diversity in such a way that pedagogically avoids, supports, or challenges students’ learning about race and dealing with overt or covert racial conflict. Some faculty take on this challenge vigorously, while others approach it with… 

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