inclusivity in the classroom, Russian language students, Russian language teaching
This article seeks to join the ongoing, vibrant discussion about how to foster inclusivity in our classrooms and build a pipeline of Russian language students that is more reflective of the demographic fabric of the United States. Three BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) third-year Russian language students and their instructors at Howard University collaborated as coauthors. We drew from the field of organizational behavior to consider the relevance the concept psychological safety may have for second language acquisition (SLA), and we begin to assess its utility in the Russian language classroom.
Cummings, Kelly Knickmeier; Lugo de Fabritz, B. Amarilis; Scott, Tia-Andrea; Ekong, Nsikakabasi; and Mason, Isabella
"Psychological Safety in the Russian Language Classroom,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 72:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol72/iss1/9