Old Diversity Links Diversity
What the World Eats
100 People on Earth
The Miniature Earth-- A World of 100 People
The World of 100 People Animated (Primarily Language)
takes a Village to Raise a Child
The Office "Diversity
Day" Promo (Youtube)
Takes a Village to Raise a Child
based on Myers Briggs
1 Study Guide Chart
Learning Style Inventories, p. 74 Exercise 2.
Click 2 of the learning style links or Google "learning styles inventory"
to find a different inventory.
a. Compare and contrast the results of the 2 tests.
b. Do you agree with the results? Explain.
c. How can knowing your learning style preferences help you become more
successful? Give examples.
Turn in written results to S. Bailes, and be prepared to share
your findings with the class.
Ch. 2 Stuff
2 Study Guide
Groupthink, Jonestown-- an extreme example " 6 min. (Youtube)
Emotional Intelligence " short (Youtube)
Emotional Intelligence " David Rakel,
MD, 20 min. (Youtube)
Goleman, "Social Intelligence: The New Science
of Human Relationships". (Youtube)Authors@Google series 56
Gardner Multiple Intelligences (Wikipedia)
w/ Gardner (Youtube)
of multiple_intelligences (Youtube)
Dalai Lama on "Ethics for our time"". (Youtube)
1 hr. 50 min. (Begin at 13 min.)
Space Shuttle and "Groupthink" (Youtube)
Guide "Personal and
Social Barriers to Success"
Ch.4 Study Guide
with Cornel West (Youtube)
Ayaan Ali (Author of Infidel Speaks on the need for a new Voltaire (Youtube) 10 min.
Stereotype and age discrimination: Susan Boyle (Youtube) 6 min.
xenophobia Mumbai's new immigrant victims (Youtube) 2 1/2 min.
The Life &
Tragic Death of James Byrd, Jr. (Youtube) 1 1/2 min.
Daniel Tatum Interviewed by Katie Couric (Youtube) 1st 3 min.
"Resegregation of Schools
Tutu and Sir Robert Frost (Youtube) 10 min. on Darfur
author of Two Nation, Black White (Youtube) 2 min.
Jane Elliot's, A Class Divided (Brown
Eyes, Blue Eyes) Begin 1 1/2 min. (Youtube) 9 min.
"DEVELOPING DIVERSITY CONSCIOUSNESS"
Projected test date:
b. Printable Ch.4 Study Guide
DuBois Youtube 10 min.
Youtube 10 min.
Youtube 2.5 min.
TV advertising - sexist?
BBC spoof Youtube 1 min.
Youtube 17 min.
Russ Peterson explains Active Listening
Youtube 2 min.
Ch.5 Study Guide
"DEVELOPING DIVERSITY CONSCIOUSNESS"
Printable Ch.5 Study Guide
Printable Ch.5 Checklist
Ch.6 Study Guide
Printable Ch.6 Study Guide
Printable Ch.8 Notes
Tuesday, April 27, I am going to introduce
It is a discussion forum where you are encouraged
to ask almost anything relating to diversity. I will act as secretary/moderator if you
like. Hopefully, some (all?) of you will sign up on your own, and be able to discuss
topics independently. You can do this outside the classroom if you prefer.
Contentious issues can be discussed at
Apparently you can choose how much screening you want.
Or if you are not easily offended, you can just jump in with no screening.
This may not be "your thing." If you prefer, you can use approx. 1 hour 30 min. to explore
any diversity topics in any websites or other medium. Here are other possible
Whatever you do with the classtime, send me a descriptive email, telling what you did, what
you learned, and some reaction (opinions). Would you please include "Div. assignment 4/27"
in your subject line.
Please send the descriptive reaction emails by Wed. PM, April 28.
Since you are given much latitude to pursue topics of interest to you, I hope this will be
a rewarding experience.
Here is a great link, but I think it takes about a week to get signed up (so it is
probably not the best for this assignment):
World of Diversity
Penn State University-DuBois, a virtual community: chats, photos, etc.
April 22 assignment
: Youtube Economic
Ruby Payne, Culture of Poverty 7 min.
then follow the directions below for this topic: Discuss Economic Diversity: Ruby Payne, Culture of Poverty
Possible online resources include:
1. Framework for Understanding Poverty, A - WikEd
2. Education World� : School Issues and Education News: Wire Side ...
3. Cycle of poverty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
April 15 assignment
:Watch Authors@Google: Daniel Goleman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hoo_dIOP8k
Emotional Intelligence, 56 min. You can watch in the classroom, or on your own.
Then go to the
Discussion Board: Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman
Summarize at least 3 main points. And then explain why you agree or disagree with those points.
I would also encourage you to interact with your classmates: ask questions, or ask them to clarify a point.
With which of their points do you agree or disagree. Why?
This assignment will be worth a maximum 10 points. I get an email when there is a new posting on the discussion board,
but not when you edit a comment. So if you edit your discussion posting, please email me so I won't miss it.
I'm guessing you can get this done during the class time. If you cannot post before Wednesday, April 21, please email me.
You might also find these links helpful:
Wikipedia: Emotional Intelligence
Ch.7 Study Guide
Printable Ch.7 Study Guide
Remember, you can turn in your notes, study guide, and/or checklist
(showing that you knew and checked off most of the terms and names) for a little extra credit.
feature people discussed in the text. You can email summaries,
or better yet, let me know and I'll post a discussion forum.
Leadership Point of View
Ken Blanchard, 2 min.
Ken Blanchard Part 1
, 6 min.
Ken Blanchard Part 2
, 10 min.
Ken & Scott Blanchard Part 2
, 3 min.
Geert Hofstede, 2 min.
Collectivism and Individualism
Geert Hofstede, 2 min.
Dr. Stephen R. Covey
on The Michael Koolidge Show- Part 1, 9 min.
Dr. Stephen R. Covey
on The Michael Koolidge Show- Part 2, 6 min.
Steven Covey Speaks at MSU
Convocation 2008, 51 min. (skip 1st 16 min.)
Do The BIG ROCKS First
, Steven Covey, 7 min.
Watch the lecture:The World is Flat 3.0,
Thomas Friedman (48 min.)
Then discuss the lecture. With what do you agree? With what do you disagree?
You can watch and discuss in class, or you can watch it wherever you like,
then discuss the lecture using the discussion board:
Discuss, "The World is Flat":
"Back in 2000, Tom Friedman recounts, the world began to shrink and flatten,
under the influence of digital interconnectivity. Elaborating on his World is Flat thesis,
Friedman describes how this new global order puts creative,
entrepreneurial individuals in the driver�s seat, and poses distinct new challenges and opportunities.
The digital platform that connects Bangalore,
Boston and Beijing enables users from any of these places to �plug, play,
compete, connect and collaborate,� and is changing everything, says Friedman.
He lists some basics to keep in mind: Whatever can be done, will be done,
�and the only question left is will it be done by you or to you.�
Friedman describes a Budapest limo driver who asked him to refer friends traveling to Hungary to use his service
-- as detailed in a website in Magyar, with English and German translations. And there�s the Sioux City-
Winnebago Indian network, exporting construction tools to Kuwait.
In our new era, individuals are limited only by their imaginations,
so how well universities and schools enable and inspire students will determine who wins in global competition.
Innovation, believes Friedman, will come from �having two or more specialties,�
from those people able to connect the dots and mash them together.
But the U.S. has a real problem: We�ve �kind of lost our groove since 9/11,�
and may end up ceding the global competition to China unless we get our act together,
believes Friedman. We �cannot go on being as dumb as we want to be,
and right now that is the motto of the U.S. Congress.�
We have tons of natural attributes in this country we should be leveraging, he says.
A bigger problem still is that three billion new players are streaming into this newly flat world,
seeking their own version of the American dream, with cars, toasters, and microwaves.
�If we don�t find a cleaner, more non-emitting way to power their dreams,
we�re going to burn up, choke up, heat up and smoke up this planet so much faster than even Al Gore predicts.�
Friedman scoffs at those who claim �a green revolution is going on,� calling it instead a green party,
entailing no real sacrifice or pain. He says the only hope will be a �disruptive breakthrough�
that brings a completely different mix of standards and taxes.� Friedman�s new mantra is,
�Change your leaders, not your light bulbs.� Without new leaders to rewrite our laws and trigger the innovations,
�we are cooked.�
Gp. ID terms, clarify, differentiate, ALI (then review Ch. pp. , Key terms p. )
Gp. 1: Jeremy, Andrea: pp. (front TV)
Gp. 2: Elisha, Daniel Veach pp. (front door)
Gp. 3: Kayla, Damien pp. (2nd row TV)
Gp. 4: Daniel Crites, Bethany pp. (2nd row door)
Gp. 5: David, Cheryl pp. (3rd row TV)
Gp. 6: Travis, Alicia pp. (3rd row door)
Gp. 7: Kim, Ethan pp. (window)
Gp. 8: Ciara, Loretha pp. (pick a spot)
Gp. HHS: John pp.