Instructor Stories and Adaptations
These resources describe how the module was adapted for use in different settings. We hope these stories inspire your own use of the module and give you insight into how to adapt the materials for your classroom.Akin Akinyemi: Using in URP3000 Intro. to Planning at Florida State University
The module was nested in week twelve of a sixteen-week introductory urban planning course for juniors and seniors majoring in environmental science, international affairs, sociology, geography, and economics. The course enrolled 41 students during this implementation.
Cynthia Hewitt: Inequality: Class, Race, Gender and Global at Morehouse College
The module was introduced in the twelfth of a sixteen-week intermediate-level course on social inequality, with eleven students enrolled in this implementation. The course presents theories and research in social stratification and emphasizes class relations and structural sources and manifestations of inequality and its consequences.
John Thomas Warford: Student Life Skills 1101: The First Year Experience at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
The module was implemented in the middle of a six-week introductory course for freshman and some sophomores, with 23 students enrolled in the implementation described. The purpose of the course is to help students make a successful transition to FAMU, both academically and personally. This course aims to foster a sense of belonging, promote engagement in the curricular and co-curricular life of the university, articulate to students the expectations of the university and its faculty, aid students in developing and applying critical thinking skills, and help students continue to clarify their purpose, meaning, and direction.
Additional Instructor Stories
John Warford: Using Food As The Foundation For Healthy Communities in Environment & Human Ecology at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
John Warford, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
Making adult decisions takes practice and begins as an act of will. College is a prominent domain for young adults. What better place is introduce the critical importance of self-perpetuation through food and food systems than in college? With good information students' will can be engaged, their intelligence ignited, and understanding can be realized. Food ties into everything about being human. What better subject is there?