Dialogue tools

Resources for improving group connections for learning.

Handout

Dialogue vs Debate

Explore the differences between dialogue and debate.

Barry Winbolt
Guide

Dialogue Building Blocks

A four-part guide for healthy dialogue and behaviors that support the dialogue approach. This tool also compares debate to dialogue and probes how dialogue may be used as a method for large group change.

Center for Ethical Leadership
Book

Dialogue: The Art of Thinking Together

Learn how to create a communication bridge in organizations as well as communities, which will lead to greater success.

William Isaacs
Book Chapter

Beginning Courageous Conversations about Race

Find guidelines for more successful interracial dialogue, particularly about crucial issues and involving both students and colleagues.

Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real about Race in School
Publication

Bridging Differences Through Dialogue

Discover a promising approach to mutual understanding which recognizes social and cultural differences. Learn how to appropriately identify common ground and communicate honestly.

About Campus: Enriching the Student Learning Experience
Framework

Courageous Conversations Compass

Learn how we each uniquely process and engage with information about race.

Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real about Race in School
Blog

Calling In: A Quick Guide on When and How

Calling one another in is a way in which we can nurture the people within our movement—the people who, like us, are willing to learn but are bound to make mistakes from time to time.

Everyday Feminism

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