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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.
Bridging Political Divides in Local GovernmentKeith Welker, PhD, Mylien Duong, PhD, Caroline Mehl, Shayne Kavanagh|August 1, 2022Three techniques for communicating and collaborating across differences: moral reframing, separating goals from strategies, and integrative thinking.
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