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Move From Understanding to Action
We learn from stories. Your students do too.
See how these simulations enable students to think and speak sociologically—in our own focus group, in your course and beyond.
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Find out how a sociology professor used MindTap to customize her students' learning experience and capture their interest.
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What Your Peers are Saying:
"MindTap for Sociology promotes a sense of understanding for a perspective and position that students may not have considered."
"This is a helpful tool for getting students to examine their own biases and how they make assumptions."
"MindTap for Sociology provides a way for shy or timid students to engage without speaking in front of the entire class."
- Kimberly Leifker Middle Tennessee State University
- Rosalind Fisher University of West Florida
- Tina Villarreal Texas State University
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Sarah Donley, Jacksonville State University
Sarah teaches introductory courses in Sociology and upper level courses in gender inequality, sociological research methods, social stratification, and collective behavior and social movements.