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Good Practices for Curriculum Approaches and Textbook Renewal for Social Emotional Learning, Peace and Gender Sensitivity
Join the GPPAC Peace Education Working Group for the 2nd webinar in the series and with a discussion on:
Good Practices for Curriculum Approaches and Textbook Renewal for Social Emotional Learning, Peace and Gender Sensitivity
(November 11th, 2020 (15:00 Amsterdam time)
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This webinar includes specific examples from GPPAC Peace Education Working Group Partner Dr. Nina Bagdasarova (American University of Central Asia) in Kyrgyzstan and Andy Smart (NISSEM) in England who are both working with textbook revisions in the field.  This session will  begin by highlighting the good practices in the UNESCO – IIEP policy booklets, “Safety, Resilience and Social Cohesion: A Guide for Curriculum Developers” (Batton, J., Alama A., Sinclair, M. (2014) http://education4resilience.iiep.unesco.org/en/curriculum with additional resources provided.  The webinar is hosted by Jennifer Batton, GPPAC Peace Education Co-Chair and co-author of the policy booklets, along with her co-author Dr. Margaret Sinclair of NISSEM. 
Audience: Education leaders and practitioners in the community and/or in government such as Ministry of Education and/or strategic education partners working on developing or enhancing their education policies, curricula and implementation of those policies and resources.

Nov 11, 2020 03:00 PM in Amsterdam

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