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Social Justice Pedagogy Guide
Resources for teaching with a social justice perspective
This article describes the Social Justice
Syllabus Design Tool (SJSDT) created to facilitate a greater emphasis on social
justice in courses. In response to the historic and systemic marginalization of women and students
of color (SOC) in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields in higher education, this article challenges college educators teaching these subjects to rethink and reframe their approach to developing course syllabi and content as a practical first step in doing social justice pedagogy and developing classroom environments that foster inclusivity and student success.
Academic Search CompleteThis link opens in a new windowFeatures journals and magazines with a few newspapers. Like ProQuest there are full-text articles available for printing, copying, e-mailing, creating lists and with citation help. Login with full SVC email address and password.
Alexander Street Press VideosThis link opens in a new windowAccess thousands of academic videos and documentaries online. Login with full SVC email address and password.
CultureGramsThis link opens in a new windowInformation on countries around the world, including history, customs and cultural traditions. Log in with full SVC email address and password.
EBooks (EBSCO)This link opens in a new windowHundreds of electronic books. Log in with full SVC email address and password.
Films on DemandThis link opens in a new windowFind documentaries on a topic or search for a clip on a topic. Log in with full SVC email address and password.
Opposing ViewpointsThis link opens in a new windowOffers Pro/Con viewpoint articles as well as contextual information on current events and social issues. SVC Students log in using Gmail - type in your full SVC email address, including @mysvc.skagit.edu; SVC employees log in using Microsoft, type in your full SVC email address.
Points of View Reference CenterThis link opens in a new windowProvides access to hundreds of reports on controversial issues from a wide variety of subject areas. Excellent for any assignment where you have to research all sides of a current issue. Log in with full SVC email address and password.
ProQuestThis link opens in a new windowFeatures thousands of magazine,newspaper and journal titles. Includes national newspapers like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Log in with full SVC email address and password.