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Resources on Diversity, Difference, and Dialogue

The Berkley Center has launched a program to provide resources on teaching and researching topics of diversity, difference, and dialogue. These resources are designed for educators and practitioners and include discussions from experts in the disciplines of pedagogy and instruction on how to engage difference in the classroom, responses from religious leaders on the importance of dialogue, and a list of resources for research and writing. These resources are part of our ongoing partnership with the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship through the Doyle Engaging Difference Program.

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