Resources to Inspire Engagement
Crossing Borders Education created a wide range of tools that engage staff, faculty, administrators and students on personal, emotional and intellectual levels.
1. Feature Documentary Films
Our engaging, character driven documentaries such as American Textures below, support you to host powerful screening-dialogue-events that can reach the wider campus community, connect diverse student groups and interlink diverse subject areas.
American Textures is a powerful and compelling film that reveals the importance of more honest discourse about race in America.Bryan Stevenson, Founder, Equal Justice Institute
2. Short Videos
More than 50 short videos such as On Social Separation below, train communication skills and provide a model of honest, frank and constructive dialogues.
3. Creative Resources
Animation videos such as Why Explore Diversity? below, and creative resources such as our Quotecards help students and colleagues to get a glimpse of the potentials and perspective-enhancing impact of intercultural experiences on campus and abroad.
4. Educational Toolkits
Short activities such as On Stereotypes support faculty and staff with practical and engaging tools for the classroom and online learning. Educational resources such as our Diversity Curriculum Toolkit are designed to support leadership, faculty and staff to include engaging resources into curricula. Pages such as Diversity Training Videos aim to support engaging resources for student sessions and professional development.
The CBE toolkits are vital resources to ensure cultural awareness and the fundamental necessity of acceptance.Lauren Norville, Assistant Director, Office of International Services, Teachers College, Columbia University
Contact us to discuss how our resources can best support you in your work and initiatives.