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Building Bridges in the Context of InequalityMylien Duong, PhD, Caroline Mehl, Caroline Jany|January 12, 2023In this report, we grapple with the critiques of bridge-building to spur sustained discussion across the bridge-building and social justice communities.
Intellectual Humility is Reliably Associated with Constructive Responses to ConflictJonah Koetke, MS, Karina Schumann, PhD, Keith Welker, PhD, Peter Coleman, PhD|January 9, 2023This study examines the role of intellectual humility in interpersonal conflicts with friends, family members, and work colleagues.
Constructive Dialogue and Elections: An Educator Guide to Engaging StudentsJake Fay, Ed.D, Eliza O'Neil, Ed.M|November 1, 2022A free resource to help high school educators facilitate dialogue around elections so students can learn about and examine their place within U.S. democracy.
2022 Back-to-School Playbook: Five Practices to Foster Constructive Dialogue in Your ClassroomJake Fay, Ed.D, Caroline Mehl|August 16, 2022Educators can help students develop constructive dialogue skills by implementing five simple classroom practices outlined in our free back-to-school playbook.
Turning Down the Heat on Campus: How an online educational program can reduce polarization and improve dialogue in college classroomsMylien Duong, PhD, Keith Welker, PhD, Caroline Mehl|August 10, 2022A study finds that the online learning program, Perspectives, is effective in reducing polarization and improving conflict behaviors among college students.
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