This workshop series promotes strategies for educators seeking to infuse human rights & dignity-related content into K-12 or collegiate curriculum. It examines key issues, contemporary themes, alternative conceptual frameworks and offers practical lesson plans.
This innovative training and development seminar is designed to enhance the quality & dynamism of the Internet presence of faculty and staff of collegiate and K-12 communities. It examines "best practices" for designing reliable academic & student support systems to managing distance education programs and for delivering quality online instruction.
Originally designed for newly graduating Black Political Scientists, the workshop explores a range of strategies that can be used by social science & humanities educators when teaching from an alternative framework that critically analyzes the political world.
TGOW-I offers an Independent Study Program complete w/ an on-line academic support system, and guidance for those pursuing credit for prior learning or professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge via continuing education.
Choose a weekend or week-long retreat, each w/ a minimum of 30 contact hours per series. TGOW-I generally utilizes the excellent resources found in regional or state park lodges and cottages, or facilities at Villa Rana in Greenwood, Jamaica.
Synchronous or asynchronous weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly online webinars ( e.g., 60- 90 minutes per session). Core features - individualized assignments; interactive group projects; e-portfolio presentations.