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  • D-88

    Open to Public

    Bringing Living Heritage to the Classroom in Asia-Pacific

    This course provides key resources and guidance for teachers and people interested in education and culture on why and how to integrate living heritage in their lessons and extracurricular activities in the school. Such lessons and activities aim to make learning more contextualized, relevant and engaging for students while they help raise awareness about the importance of safeguarding living heritage.    By the end of the course, the participant will:  Understand the benefits of using ICH in school programmes and activities. Gain capacity to develop lessons or activities, with at least one lesson or activity developed as part of the course. Build synergy with other education programs such as Education for Sustainable Development, Global Citizenship Education or Social and Emotional Learning, etc. Identify opportunities to develop more lessons or activities in her/his school context.   Whoever you are — policymaker, school director, teacher, student, parent, heritage practitioner — you have a vital role to play in this process. After finishing this online course, participants are invited to register for and attend one or both of the informative webinars. The webinars will provide you with opportunities to exchange information and ideas with curriculum developers, instructors, and fellow learners, and receive direct feedback from instructors on your newly developed lesson plan and activity. Register for the course now! Information about the launch and tutorial sessions will be sent directly to your email in due course. Sign up for the first of the three-hour webinars ‘Bringing Living Heritage to the Classroom in Asia-Pacific’ taking place on 30 September 2022 < https://bit.ly/LivingHeritageED-AP > You will receive a Certificate of Participation from UNESCO for attending the online seminar. If you can develop lesson plans using Living Heritage in your country by 31 December 2022, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement from UNESCO! THE FIRST SEMINAR Register at https://bit.ly/LivingHeritageED-AP Date: Friday, 30 September 2022 Facilitators: Vanessa Achilles                   Sharareh Bajracharya                  Manantuna Jyapoo With contexts relevant to South to Southeast Asia Time: 17.30–20.30 (UTC+7/Bangkok time) coinciding with other time zones, some of which are listed below:     i.      UTC+2: 12.30-15.30    ii.      UTC+4.30: 15.00-18.00   iii.      UTC+5.30: 16.00-19.00   iv.      UTC+5.45: 16.15-19.15    v.      UTC+6: 16.30-19.30   vi.      UTC+8: 18.30-21.30 vii.      UTC+9: 19.30-22.30 THE SECOND SEMINAR (Open for registration on 1 October 2022) Date: Thursday, 1 December 2022 Facilitators: Vanessa Achilles                   Kamila Kenzhetaeva With contexts relevant to Central to East Asia Time: 15.00–18.00 (UTC+7/Bangkok time) coinciding with other time zones, some of which are listed below:       i.         UTC+2: 10.00-13.00     ii.         UTC+4.30: 12.30-15.30    iii.         UTC+5.30: 16.00-19.00    iv.         UTC+5.45: 13.45-16.45     v.         UTC+6: 14.00-17.00    vi.         UTC+8: 16.00-19.00   vii.         UTC+9: 17.00-20.00 Tentative Programme Duration Line-up of activities 5 min. Welcome to the seminar 5 min. Introducing our UNESCO project 15 min. What is a ‘living heritage’? Why is living heritage important for schools? (Module 1) 10 min. Voices from teachers and students in pilot countries of the project 20 min. Q&A and plenary discussion 20 min. 6 steps to create your own lesson plans (Modules 2-4) 10 min. Break 20 min. Idea-sharing by participants 15 min. Q&A and plenary discussion 20 min. Sustainable approaches to integrating living heritage into your classroom (Module 5) 10 mins. Voices from teachers and students in pilot countries of the project 20 min. Q&A and plenary discussion; testimonies from participants 5 min. Closing   Total: 185 minutes
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 03-22-2022 ~ 12-31-2022

    Learning 04-22-2022 ~ 12-31-2022

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-88

    Open to Public

    Using Film to Build Global Competency and Dialogue

    Welcome to this course! Together we will explore how to build global competency and dialogue by using films. Throughout the course, you will engage in different activities including reflecting in the forum on current practices, goals, and aspirations. We will explore ways to use film to create social emotional learning opportunities and self-reflection, as well as to facilitate dialogue around the student experience of documentary film. In addition, we will develop methods for investigating film background and exploring essential questions. And finally, we will explore ways that film can inspire positive social change through action, advocacy and awareness. This learning experience will guide you to create and share a lesson plan and get feedback from your peers. You will also have an opportunity to share your experiences teaching your lesson in a short reflection paper.     Along with the following five sessions, three live sessions with the instructor will be made for the course participants!   LIVE Sessions with Ms Jennifer Geist  1st session: 1 July 2022 (Fri, 9 AM, KST) 2nd session: 15 July 2022 (Fri, 9 AM, KST) Office Hour: 1 August 2022 (Mon, 10PM, KST)  3rd session:  9 August 2022 (Tue, 10PM, KST)  Convert your time HERE or https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html?iso=20220701T000000&p1=235&p2=137        
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 06-03-2022 ~ 12-31-2022

    Learning 06-26-2022 ~ 12-31-2022

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-11

    GCED by Themes

    The SDG Challenge: Advancing Media Information Literacy and Global Citizenship through the Power of Film

    By the end of this course, you will unlock the power of film to take your students beyond school walls, inspiring them to be media and information-literate global citizens and active contributors to a more equitable and sustainable world.  We'll be taking a closer look at documentary films to explore the impact of visual storytelling to communicate ideas and inspire change. And, we’ll be guiding you through activities that will make it seamless to integrate film into your lessons.   Session 1 Documentary Film For Media and Information Literacy Session 2 Curate a collection of Social Impact Films and Resources Session 3  Implement The SIMA Challenge: 2030 Impact Campaign Session 4 Report your Impact  Deadline: You need to submit your impact by Oct. 15, 2022.
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 06-13-2022 ~ 10-15-2022

    Learning 06-15-2022 ~ 10-15-2022

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-453

    GCED by Themes

    Digital Safety

    The use of digital media and platforms has become a seamless extension of everyday life for many people across the world, and, in response to the global pandemic, this has become even more deeply entrenched. While vast inequalities exist, digital platform use is steadily increasing across the globe. Safe navigation of these digital spaces is a critical issue.Whereas many digital safety programmes are focused on digital security, a term which mostly takes into account the protection of digital assets and information, it is vitally important that young people are given tools to maximise their digital safety, a more holistic approach that covers all aspects of potential dangers and harms might encounter in the digital space. There is no point in encouraging young people to limit their digital engagement, as traditional safety programmes have tended to do. This course will be a practical resource that takes into account the realities of our digital world.
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 10-28-2021 ~ 12-31-2023

    Learning 11-01-2021 ~ 12-31-2023

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-453

    GCED by Themes

    Media and Information Literacy for Empowerment and Advocacy

    The media, in its broadest sense (including all forms of published information across all formats) dominates our lives and informs our decision making, It is therefore essential that young people are able to recognise the many ways this content influences and impacts us, and that they have the tools and skills required to become active and critical, rather than passive, consumers of information. In turn, it is important that young people who want to make an impact on the world around them and become advocates for positive change are able to harness the power of the media and content as a tool for influence. By the end of the course, learners should be able to better evaluate the information that they consume as well as be able to identify opportunities to contribute content to regional and global conversations.
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 10-28-2021 ~ 12-31-2023

    Learning 11-01-2021 ~ 12-31-2023

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-88

    GCED by Themes2

    From Trainer to Designer: An Introduction to Learning Experience Design

    Welcome to From Trainer to Designer: An Introduction to Learning Experience Design. This Learning Experience Design course was specially made for GCED trainers and advocates like you. At the end of the four modules, you will transform your lesson plans, training activities, and materials into rich learning experiences driven by purpose and empathy. Before we begin, here are some things you'll need to know about the course:    This course is self-paced.  You are welcome to engage in a way and at a schedule that is convenient for you. To help you pace yourself, we have indicated the estimated number of hours it will take to finish each module. There will also be self-check prompts that will help you assess your own outputs.   This course has a project.  Throughout the modules, we will guide you through the process of designing your own GCED Learning Experience. By the end of the course, you will have designed a learning experience using Habi's MISMO Framework of LX Design.    This course offers options. We learn in different ways and have different levels of access and comfort with technology. We have videos, but we also have articles for those who prefer to read, or who might need low-bandwidth options. Don't forget to disable your pop-ups! Links will open in a new window.   This course can be collaborative.  As members of a global community, we each have our own perspectives and experiences to share with each other. We’ve created opportunities for you to exchange ideas and collaborate with your fellow learners. The forums are open and we invite you to share ideas from your contexts. You can also give each other feedback on your projects. Don't forget to follow our forum norms! 
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 10-08-2021 ~ 12-31-2022

    Learning 10-08-2021 ~ 12-31-2022

    Certificate Yes

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