Other Resources

For Instructors

Seeking Suggestions for Course Use?

See “Getting Started” for basic instructions. If you are integrating #USvsHate into your course, just start by considering the alignment between your course learning outcomes and the goals of #USvsHate. Additionally, be explicit about how you plan to assess student projects.

Review these winners and finalists to learn from.

To work with an Education Specialist in the Teaching + Learning Commons to customize your #USvsHate assignment and rubric, please fill out this form for a teaching consultation.

How to evaluate “creative” assignments like #USvsHate?

AAC&U Rubrics

The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) has created Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education (VALUE) Rubrics as a means of measuring authentic student learning across a diverse array of institutions and disciplines. The rubrics address essential learning outcomes and can be tailored by faculty to best meet the needs of a given course. 
All 16 VALUE rubrics can be previewed and downloaded at: http://www.aacu.org/value-rubrics

More resources to develop your anti-hate/anti-bias teaching

For the #USvsHate K12 project, Professor Mica Pollock curated a host of professional development resources and lessons from the country’s major K12 teaching organizations. Many of them are applicable immediately to teaching in higher education. Check out these links:

Definitions and Concepts to Prepare for Anti-Hate Teaching

Tools for Productive Anti-Hate Dialogues (includes Quick #USvsHate Dialogue Suggestions)

Additional Learning with Contributing Organizations

Lessons for Building an Inclusive School Community (K12 and up)

Lessons on Specific Forms of Hate, Bias, and Inequality (K12 and up)