Teaching Resources

Teaching Resources

recommended resources

Resources that answer a variety of teaching needs and questions  

TEACHING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

Communities of Practice, and resources for teaching and learning in difficult time.

DisTINGUISHED TEACHERS ON TEACHING

Inspiring podcasts from John Jay's Distinguished Teaching Prize winners. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RESOURCES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING RACIAL JUSTICE
 
In this time of outrage and injustice and grief, we are responsible to our students for teaching racial justice both through content and practice. The following resources represent a few of those we feel are focused on truth, empowerment, and change in the ongoing efforts to create and achieve racial justice.
  • Racial Equity Resource Guide: “These resources focused on racial equity include journal entries, books, magazines, videos, and more.”
  • Teaching Tolerance/Teaching about Race, Racism, and Police Violence: “These resources can spur much-needed discussion around implicit bias and systemic racism, but they can also empower your students to enact the changes that will create a more just society.”
  • Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching/Teaching Race: Pedagogy and Practice: “this guide summarizes some of the common challenges instructors may encounter and offers five broad pedagogical principles for teaching racial justice, and three possible strategies for implementing each strategy in the classroom.”
  • "Teaching for Black Lives": a handbook to fight America’s ferocious racism in (virtual or face-to-face) classrooms: “a collection of writings that helps educators humanize blacks in curriculum, teaching and policy and connect lessons to young people’s lives.”
  • Syllabus: 21-Day Racial Equity Habit-Building Challenge: "The Challenge invites participants to complete a syllabus of 21 short assignments (typically taking 15-30 minutes), over 21 consecutive days, that include readings, videos or podcasts. It has been intentionally crafted to focus on the Black American experience. The assignments seek to expose participants to perspectives on elements of Black history, identity and culture, and to the Black community’s experience of racism in America."

 

 
RESOURCES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
IN THE REMOTE LEARNINGSCAPE
Teaching and learning in this remote learningscape presents special challenges and opportunities. The links below address a variety of faculty and staff needs for information and resources. Please email us TLC@jjay.cuny.edu with questions and suggestions. We will update this page remotely (!) based on your feedback and developments related to the coronavirus and emerging practices in remote teaching and learning.


REMOTE TECH CENTRAL

Blackboard

DOES webinars

DOES Virtual appointments

DoIT HelpDesk

CUNY Academic Commons

Zoom Video Tutorials

         A close up of a keyboard</p>
<p>Description automatically generated

COLLEGE INFORMATION

Coronavirus Updates

Distance Learning Success

Campus Services

Human Resources

John Jay College Calendar

RESILIENT TEACHING & LEARNING

Lloyd Sealy Library

Holistic Teaching & Learning

Resilient Teaching (coming soon)

Open Educational Resources (OER) 

 

         A picture containing indoor, table, sitting, man</p>
<p>Description automatically generated

CUNY INFORMATION

CUNY Coronavirus Update

CUNY Continuity for Students

CUNY News

CUNY Academic Calendars

CUNY FAQ

STUDENT SUPPORT

Campus Services

Student Advising

Counseling

Emergency Funding

Health Services

CUNY Continuity for Students

 

            A group of people in a room</p>
<p>Description automatically generated

NYS/NYC ANNOUNCEMENTS

New York State Coronavirus Updates

New York CIty Mayor's News

New York Times Coronavirus Coverage (free access)

 

FACULTY & STAFF SUPPORT

CUNY Is Continuity Slack channel (sign in with your CUNY email address)

CUNY Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety

       A picture containing table, sitting, computer</p>
<p>Description automatically generated

 

CONTACTS & CONNECTIONS

Teaching & Learning Center

Department of Online Education and Support

Blackboard