In a democratic society in which members of a single community can have widely divergent value systems, an openness to others’ values (PI Practice M1) involves—in fact, requires—empathetic interactions with those with whom you might disagree. Elizabeth Segal, professor in ASU’s School of Social Work, discusses the role of empathy in healthy democratic discourse. Includes links to two of Segal’s articles on empathy in Psychology Today.
Getting to know your students in a million words or less
What is resilience?
By: Harvard Center on the Developing Child
The humility of learning
By: American Psychological Association (APA), Karla Lassonde
A guide to decision-making through Principled Innovation
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)
The power of empathy
By: Helen Riess, TEDx