Discussing Diversity and Discrimination - Using the Online Tool 'Stories that Move'
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The course Discussing Diversity and Discrimination - Using the Online Tool 'Stories that Move' will enhance your skills as an inclusive educator, able to discuss sensitive and complex topics with your students. The focus will be on helping students be aware of the need to respond to antigypsyism, antisemitism, discrimination of LGBT+ and Muslims, and racism.
You will get to know the Visible Thinking and Blended Learning methods, and understand how to create ‘safe space’ by using some of the modules of Stories that Move – Toolbox against discrimination.
The course prepares you to develop your own lesson plan and requires that you assess two lesson plans of your peers. A special focus will be put on international student exchange programmes.
Please note that this is a short, intensive course that requires around 1 hour of work per day over a 2-week period.
This course is designed by the Anne Frank House.
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