How to Keep Student Minds Open to New Worldviews Even When Campus Is Closed
SEPTEMBER 25, 2020
This pandemic fall semester has understandably raised anxieties about whether students will receive valuable instruction in the academic topics they study in class. But it also threatens the psychosocial learning students do in college, as well as the opportunities for personal development that so many of them seek. Some of our findings from the pre-pandemic era were disconcerting in terms of the time that students spent learning about religious diversity.