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  • D-253

    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.    
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 03-22-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Learning 04-22-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-253

    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!              
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 06-03-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Learning 06-26-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Certificate Yes

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  • D-253

    Open to Public

    Creative Storytelling for Changemakers

    Storytelling is fast becoming a crucial skill for framing issues in a way that inspires positive change. In this course, participants will be introduced to some key concepts, and explore the potential storytelling holds to create empathy and understanding, as well as how it can be used to assert identity. Participants will also get an introduction to story building.    Title Creative Storytelling for Changemakers   Course Duration Run throughout the year Target Educators & general public   Course Details Module 1 The power of stories Module 2 What is a story? Module 3 Story and identity Module 4 Shaping stories for impact  Module 5 Building a story         
    OngoingSelf-paced

    Application 12-13-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Learning 12-20-2022 ~ 12-31-2024

    Certificate Yes

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  • New
    D-34

    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, especially 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.
    Instructor-led

    Application 04-22-2024 ~ 05-26-2024

    Learning 06-03-2024 ~ 06-30-2024

    Certificate Yes

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  • 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  
    Instructor-led

    Application 07-26-2023 ~ 08-20-2023

    Learning 08-28-2023 ~ 10-08-2023

    Certificate Yes

  • GCED by Themes

    Human Rights in the Context of GCED

    This 5-week course covers a basic introduction to human rights principles, standards and mechanisms, discussion of specific issues related to GCED from a human rights perspective, and an understanding of the teaching of human rights in relation to GCED issues. After taking this course, participants will be able to explain basic principles of human rights, discuss GCED issues from a human rights perspective, and expound on issues and systems of teaching human rights. Week 1 : Society, History, Culture and Human Rights Week 2 : International Human Rights Standards Week 3 : GCED Issues Affecting Human Rights Week 4 : Realizing Human Rights and GCED Week 5 : Building Sustainable Communities Various materials such as articles, videos, and documents from the United Nations, national/local governments, other institutions, and also individuals' are utilized for this Online Course. Each weekly syllabus has several sections containing materials and questions.   Course Preview
    Instructor-led

    Application 07-12-2023 ~ 07-23-2023

    Learning 08-01-2023 ~ 09-24-2023

    Certificate Yes