The 20-page packet discusses a number of guidelines for inside and outside the classroom for teachers and students to follow.
One section titled 'Oops/Ouch' discusses one possible method to use in identifying and reacting to microaggressions in a classroom.
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In an attempt to create a more respectful campus environment, the University of Arizona has released a booklet on handling microaggressions.Since the course launched in 2012, weve been looking for ways to get it into more peoples hands and to make it possible for small groups to take the course and discuss it.So this month were offering Constitution 101 as a DVD set that can be purchased for your home library or to give as a gift.The guideline reads: 'If a student feels hurt or offended by another student's comment, the hurt student can say 'ouch.' 'In acknowledgement, the student who made the hurtful comment says 'oops.' If necessary, there can be further dialogue about this exchange.' The suggested 'oops/ouch' approach is one of a number of possible intervention strategies professors can use in classroom scenarios that may make marginalized groups uncomfortable provided by the booklet.The definition of a microaggression is also lined out in the booklet, which was approved by the University's Vice Provost for Inclusive Excellence Jesús Treviño, Ph. He was hired in May 2016 to help promote diversity and inclusion on the school's campus.