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  • D-71

    Open to Public

    GCED101: Introduction to GCED (Certificate Course)

       The course aims to provide an overview of the GCED (Global Citizenship Education) as well as its background, concepts under the framework of UNESCO, and guidelines for teaching and learning. The course will help participants gain an understanding of the key concepts and principles of GCED, recognize educational issues relevant to GCED, and identify pedagogical approaches to GCED.        Chapter 1  The World We Live in 1     Chapter 2  The World We Live in 2    Chapter 3  The Education We Need    Chapter 4  Emergence of GCED as Global Education Agenda    Chapter 5  Understanding GCED within SDG4    Chapter 6  Who is a Global Citizen?    Chapter 7  What is Global Citizenship Education(GCED)?    Chapter 8  Thematic Areas of GCED    Chapter 9  Learning Contents of GCED    Chapter 10    Teaching GCED to Transform: Pedagogical Principles of GCED    Chapter 11  How to Teach GCED Effectively: Teaching Strategies and Approaches    Chapter 12  GCED in Practice: Teaching GCED in Classroom    Certificates will be given to participants who fulfill the requirements; more than 80% of lecture attendance and submission of an assignment at the end of the course.          
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 04-01-2019 ~ 12-31-2021

    Learning 04-01-2019 ~ 12-31-2021

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-31

    Open to Public

    Establish a Shared Understanding of Systemic Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

    In this course, participants will engage in a guided exploration of the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) framework for SEL, four focus areas for systemic SEL implementation, and ten indicators of schoolwide SEL. Additionally, the facilitator will share application and experiences from “boots on the ground” and makes connections to Global Citizenship Education. From this shared understanding, participants will discuss their local priority for SEL, how SEL-related initiatives are currently implemented in their local context, and cultural and logistical obstacles. Participants will have the opportunity to post questions to be answered by the facilitator, as well as the purpose/goal for taking the course.   Along with the following four sessions, three live sessions with the instructor will be made for the course participants!       Please convert your time zone HERE  
    Self-paced

    Application 10-15-2021 ~ 11-21-2021

    Learning 10-25-2021 ~ 11-21-2021

    Certificate Yes

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  • GCED by Themes2

    Korea-Japan Teachers’ Network on GCED 2021

    As close neighbors, Japan and Korea are not only geographically adjacent but also have shared many common cultural heritage and values throughout history. Amid the chilled political relations between two countries, seeking peace and restoring friendship through dialogue among citizens of the two countries is more important than ever.  Education can and should play a pivotal role in encouraging mutual understanding and respect, and teachers are in the heart of this whole process. Both in Korea and Japan, there are committed teachers trying to infuse the values of living together in their teaching practices with recognition of the significance of embracing differences and overcoming accumulated prejudices and hatred. APCEIU realizes that it is a highly opportune moment to create a platform for these teachers to connect, interact, and build a collaborative network to walk together towards a journey for peace through education, not only of two countries, but also for a broader community. APCEIU, in partnership with its partners in Japan, Japan Association of International Education (JAIE) and APCEIU’s training alumni, would like to invite a few but dedicated teachers from Japan and Korea who believe the power of education for bringing peace and to provide a training workshop on global citizenship and peacebuilding. In the training workshop, these teachers will meet together, share their thoughts and experiences, learn new perspectives from one another, and jointly carry out educational activities in their own classrooms using the lessons they gain from the workshop. Starting as a small step for dialogue and solidarity among teachers, it is hoped that this would become a stepping stone for the upcoming peacebuilding actions and efforts between two countries, which would eventually contribute to spreading a message for peaceful coexistence of countries in the East Asia and beyond.
    OngoingInstructor-led

    Application 07-30-2021 ~ 08-20-2021

    Learning 07-30-2021 ~ 12-31-2021

    Certificate Yes

  • GCED by Themes

    GCED Pedagogy & Practice

      Applicants who got an acceptance email from GCED Online Campus should proceed with the course registration.   The course aims to provide Filipino in-service teachers with the guidance on the integration of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) in the curriculum. Specifically, it aims to provide teachers the knowledge, socio-emotional, and behavioral skills, through practical application of GCED theories, principles, and concepts in the classroom. Targeting in-service teachers and educators in the Philippines, the course helps teachers infuse and contextualize GCED competencies into the subject that they are teaching using indigenous knowledge, resources, learning systems and local language. At the end of the course, teachers are expected to develop lesson exemplars with GCED integration.  
    Instructor-led

    Application 08-13-2021 ~ 09-24-2021

    Learning 08-23-2021 ~ 10-08-2021

    Certificate Yes

  • GCED by Themes

    Teaching MIL to Prevent Hate Speech

    What can be done when online hate speeches spreads 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 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.   *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 10 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) September 20 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) October 4 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT) October 11 (8 AM - 10:30 AM GMT)
    Instructor-led

    Application 08-09-2021 ~ 08-24-2021

    Learning 09-01-2021 ~ 09-28-2021

    Certificate Yes

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    GCED by Themes

    Danish/Nordic Approach to Transformative Pedagogy and Learning

      For the last 5-10 years the holistic Danish approach to teaching, learning and forming democratic minded and responsible citizens has generated significant international interest. This is due the fact that there is a rising worldwide realization that education in the 21st Century should focus on more than just preparing students to be part of the work-force, it also needs to facilitate the formation of responsible and reflecting members of society. The Danish understanding of education is guided by the concept of "almendannelse" . A concept that entails that the purpose of teaching is to form "whole" human beings, who are willing and able to become active, reflecting and responsible members of society, and has formed an approach to teaching  that focuses on academic competencies such as independent and critical thinking, "soft" social skills such as empathy and "understanding of the other,  and also strives to make sure that  learning is driven by inner student motivation.   In this course, the instructors will concentrate on the best features of the Danish approach to transformative learning, focusing on:      - Teaching independent and critical thinking      - Teaching democratic dialogue - including respect for fellow students      - Teaching students´ ability to reflect on their own identity as citizens      - Teaching working with inner motivation     During the modules the attendees will presented to pedagogical assignments/approaches to teaching, which they can try to implement in their own classes - on assignment approach related to each of the modules.
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 09-06-2021 ~ 12-31-2021

    Learning 09-18-2021 ~ 12-31-2021

    Certificate Yes

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