Racialized Interactions in the Law School Classroom: Pedagogical Approaches to Creating a Safe Learning Environment
Law Review Article
legal education, diversity, student-teacher interactions, cultural competence
This article will define racialized interactions and psychological safety within the classroom and discuss typical professor responses. It will also explore best practices and practical tools for professors to help students navigate and learn from these interactions while maintaining psychological safety. It will conclude with my own reflection on my practices in the classroom and provide examples from which others can learn.
Lain, Erin, "Racialized Interactions in the Law School Classroom: Pedagogical Approaches to Creating a Safe Learning Environment" (2018). Diversity and Inclusion in Law School and Higher Education. 42.