As social work educators continue to examine methods and techniques to provide meaningful knowledge about racism and discrimination, the role of self-assessment and dialogue should also be explored. This teaching note presents a tool for students and educators to use in considering literature discrimination and increasing awareness of multicultural resources. This tool and the related activities may be used for orientation or modified and combined with the variety of mixed media used to engage students in active learning.
- Content Type Journal Article
- Pages 159-166
- Gwenelle S. O’Neal, professor, Graduate Social Work Department, West Chester University, 650 Alley Way, Reynolds Hall, West Chester, PA 19383; e- mail: email@example.com