Teaching Resources

In collaboration with educators, we have developed this initial collection of resources to support the teaching of social innovation. These resources include sample classes, educator testimonials, and ready-to-go reading lists with discussion questions. Yet, this is just the beginning: this collection of resources will continue to grow and adapt to the needs of educators. 

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Course Materials

Course Materials

New Course: Making a difference: Strategies for solving social problems

Get a sneak peak of the course that we are developing at Claremont McKenna College with Scott Sherman from the Transformative Action Institute. Click here to preview two sample classes before the full course is launched this summer.

Course Materials

Course Materials

How I Taught system thinking about social change

See how New York Times 'Fixes' columnist Tina Rosenberg used Story Tracker success factors to teach system thinking about social change. Click here to view her syllabus and a condensed guide of the success factors taxonomy.                              

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Reading Lists with Discussion Questions


We want to hear from you! Tell us about the innovative ways that you are using solutions journalism in your classes. Share your latest collection of solutions stories or suggest topics for our next set of reading lists with discussion questions. Let us know if you have ideas about we we might engage and learn together! Email us at solutionsu@solutionsjournalism.org