Concordia University’s Learning Support website provides handouts & resources to help students improve their essential study skills including problem solving, writing, memory & concentration, time management, reading, note-taking, exams, oral presentations, ESL, graduate studies, and online learning.
These crash course videos give brief and interesting overviews on topics addressed in TCC’s HD 116 course on Life choices. Learn about Adult growth and development, emotional health, and prejudice & discrimination
The Self Creation website provides thought-provoking questions and compelling exercises in self-awareness to help you get to know yourself better. Under self-esteem, the site provides info and exercises to help you feel better about yourself and help you strengthen your approach to life. The self-empowerment section encourages you to create a life you are passionate about pursuing. And lastly there is information on how to form and change your beliefs and happiness with your life.
The Not For Ourselves Alone Resource page is connected with the PBS Documentary Film called “Not For Ourselves Alone”. It is a documentary about Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, two primary figures in gaining rights for women in the United States. The resources page provides excellent articles, essays, historical documents, and links to other resources about these two women and the happenings for women during this era of change.
The Understanding Prejudice website was established in 2002 with funding from the National Science Foundation and McGraw-Hill Higher Education. The purpose of the site is to offer educational resources and information on prejudice, discrimination, multiculturalism, and diversity, with the ultimate goal of reducing the level of intolerance and bias in contemporary society. All pages and features of the site are freely available to teachers, students, and other visitors.
Project Implicit provides consulting, education and training services on implicit bias, diversity and inclusion, leadership, applying science to practice, and innovation.” “[It] was founded as a multi-university research collaboration in 1998 by three scientists – Tony Greenwald (University of Washington), Mahzarin Banaji (Harvard University), and Brian Nosek (University of Virginia), and was incorporated as a non-profit in 2001 to foster dissemination and application of implicit social cognition. Project Implicit supports a collaborative network of researchers interested in basic and applied research concerning thoughts and feelings that occur outside of conscious awareness or control. Project Implicit expanded into a substantial web-based infrastructure for supporting behavioral research and education that is available to other laboratories.
Learn about culture and how it affects values, beliefs, and behavior. The What’s Up With Culture training site provides information and interactive exercises that focus on the concept of culture and how it impacts one’s ability to understand and function in unfamiliar environments. It concentrates on the skills, attitudes, and behaviors which anyone can find useful for relating with people from various cultural backgrounds or entering a culturally different environment.
The Quandary game provides a framework for how to approach ethical decision-making without telling players what to think. Quandary presents engaging situations where players must make difficult decisions when there are no clear right or wrong answers but significant consequences. Through interactions with other settlers in the colony, players must consider facts, opinions and solutions, just like in real life. The skills players develop while playing Quandary – such as critical thinking, perspective-taking and decision-making – will help them recognize ethical issues and deal with challenging situations in their own lives.