Book Title: Cases on Social Issues: For Class Discussion
This Open Educational Resource, “Cases on Social Issues: For Class Discussion” includes valuable cases on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion for student use. The critical events portrayed in the cases are realistic and emotional, and feature the experiences of under-represented and marginalized people. These thoughtful, contemporary cases pose ethical dilemmas about social issues that encourage post-secondary students and instructors to have stimulating, inclusive, and compassionate discussions. Inspired by input from post-secondary students and authored by people usually under-represented in education material, this resource is designed for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students in the humanities, social sciences, business, healthcare, science, agriculture, environmental studies, law and more. Each case is supplemented with modifiable discussion prompts, notes for teaching strategy, and a short reading list. This resource is a work in progress.
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Cases on Social Issues: For Class Discussion was inspired by students and co-authored by people who are usually under-represented in higher education. These realistic, emotional cases are designed to help students to grapple with ethical issues about diversity, equity, and inclusion. These valuable cases are appropriate for upper-level undergraduate or graduate students in the humanities, business, healthcare, agriculture, environmental studies, law and more. In addition to the background description and scenario, each case comes with modifiable discussion questions, notes on teaching strategy, and a reading list.
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