Writing Centers and Studios have the potential to be more than just an inclusive space—they can be spaces that actively foster advocacy and racial justice. This module examines how racial inequality manifests on a systemic and interpersonal level within learning spaces. Interactive scenarios examine and challenge what race, racism, and microaggressions mean in the context of learning spaces, and promote reflection on inclusive practices in peer tutoring.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Peer teaching--Social aspects; Report writing--Study and teaching (Higher)--Social aspects; Research--Study and teaching (Higher)--Social aspects; Racism in education; College students--Attitudes
Payton, Dee; Dombrowski, Justine; and Yen, Tian Qing, "Working Towards a Racially Inclusive Studio" (2016). Legacy Projects. 1.