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  • D-136

    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.   Participants are invited to join the first instructor-led cohort which includes an orientation and 5 weekly live tutorial sessions (22 April - 3 June 2022). The tutorial sessions will provide you with opportunities to exchange information and ideas with 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.     Course launch and orientation session 22 April 2022, Friday, 16.00 – 17.30 KST Five weekly tutorial sessions 27 April – 3 June 2022, every Friday, 15.00 – 16.30 KST (no session on 27 May)  

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

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

    Certificate Yes

  • D-16

    GCED by Themes

    Teaching MIL to Prevent Hate Speech

    What can be done when online hate speeches spread into the physical world? This closed course is designed for educators who want to teach about Media and Information Literacy. It will focus on the spreading of prejudice and stereotypes online and their consequences offline. The workshop will explain the role played by the Internet and the mechanisms of their diffusion on social networks (trends and patterns of online extremism). Using material found online, this course will allow the participants to experiment hands-on the functioning of Internet, define their own posture, and will give them the tools and recommendations to teach about it. In particular, students who want to apply for this course should complete the prerequisite course “Critical Media Literacy” in advance. Module No Title 1 The Challenges of Privacy Online 2 Consequences of Fake News and Conspiracy Theories 3 Online Discrimination and Hate Speech by Extremist Groups 4 The Role of Education *NOTE: During the course, participation in live zoom sessions is mandatory for students. Please check the following timeline, and make sure you are available with the schedule of live sessions. September 14 or 15 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) September 29 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) October 12 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) October 26 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT)

    Application 08-12-2022 ~ 09-02-2022

    Learning 09-14-2022 ~ 11-25-2022

    Certificate Yes

  • D-14

    GCED by Themes2

    Young Health Professionals' Leadership For GCED


    Application 08-01-2022 ~ 08-31-2022

    Learning 08-15-2022 ~ 10-25-2022

    Certificate Yes

  • GCED by Themes2

    Korea-Japan Teachers’ Network on GCED 2022

    APCEIU launched the Korea-Japan Teachers’ Training Workshop on GCED in 2021, targeting 30 teachers from Korea and Japan, offering various sessions to enhance the participants’ GCED competencies as well as to foster global citizenship. Since then, they have engaged in varied activities, including collaborative lesson plan development, online seminars, joint classroom projects and student exchanges.   APCEIU is convinced of the necessity for continuing the Korea-Japan Teachers’ Network on GCED so that the created platform can further reinforce its role and meaning in encouraging the participants to truly understand the values of GCED and putting them in practice. In 2022, a new batch of teachers from the two countries will be invited to join the Network along with the existing members. To reach out to new teachers, APCEIU collaborates with the Japan Association of International Education (JAIE), Okayama University and Sophia University ESD Project.  Korea-Japan Teachers’ Network on GCED provides a training workshop for the participating teachers, which will be followed by the continued learning and interactive activities among the participants such as online seminars and case studies. In particular, teacher-centered learning communities within the Network are strongly encouraged for their mutual learning and interaction. The support for these teachers’ communities aims to provide a space for teachers to learn together, to broaden the perspective on GCED both as a teacher and a global citizen, and to reflect and grow together.  Korea-Japan Teachers’ Network on GCED 2022 starts with the orientation where new teachers meet and learn about the programme, and continues with the training workshop, monthly online seminar, and activities of learning communities (e.g., Teachers’ Photo Club, joint classes, etc.). Continuing the effort of enhancing mutual understanding among teachers and expanding their GCED practices, the Network aspires to contribute to building a culture of peace between Korea and Japan. 

    Application 07-08-2022 ~ 08-08-2022

    Learning 07-08-2022 ~ 12-31-2022

    Certificate Yes

  • Open to Public

    Prerequisite course for 21st Asia-Pacific Training Workshop on EIU

    This course provides basic knowledge of Global Citizenship Education (GCED), especially in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Throughout the course, learners will be able to acquire the knowledge of GCED in various aspects of global issues and have reflections on the role of education in achieving GCED and SDGs with various learning materials. This prerequisite course is exclusively for applicants of for 21st Asia-Pacific Training Workshop on EIU.

    Application 04-13-2022 ~ 05-15-2022

    Learning 04-13-2022 ~ 01-05-2023

    Certificate Yes

  • Applying GCED in classroom

    Curriculum Development for GCED Educators: Perspectives, Purposes, and Practices

    This 4-week course provides a basic introduction to the principles, conceptual underpinnings, and creative design of curricula relevant to transformative education, specially GCED in both formal and non-formal contexts. The goal of this course is to provide teachers/participants with the theoretical framework for analyzing, critiquing, and investigating curriculum so that they will be able to design GCED curriculum responsive to their own contexts.   The course will consist of four “classroom” weeks. The course will open with a lecture or PowerPoint presentation or video clips followed by Forum discussions. Participants are expected to check the course site at the beginning of every course week to be aware of the requirements for the week.

    Application 06-10-2022 ~ 06-24-2022

    Learning 07-04-2022 ~ 07-31-2022

    Certificate Yes