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Title Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice / Lindsey N. Kingston, editor
Published Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 247 pages) : illustrations
Series Palgrave studies in global citizenship education and democracy
Palgrave studies in global citizenship, education and democracy.
Contents Chapter 1. Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice / Lindsey N. Kingston -- Part I. Institutional Approaches : Chapter 2. The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus / Lindsey N. Kingston ; Chapter 3. Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative Practices / Kate Parsons; Chapter 4. Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research / Danielle MacCartney ; Chapter 5. Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development Perspective / Bethany R. Keller -- Part II. Classroom Teaching : Chapter 6. Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development / Amanda M. Rosen ; Chapter 7. Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education / Elizabeth J. Sausele ; Chapter 8. Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights / Kelly A. McBride ; Chapter 9. What do you think you're looking at? The Responsibility of the Gaze / Bill Barrett -- Part III. Community Engagement : Chapter 10. Education as Resistance: Teaching Critical Criminology to (Aspiring) Cops / Julie Setele ; Chapter 11. Human Rights Conferences and Facilitating Community Dialogue / Lindsey N. Kingston, Monica Henson and Evelyn Whitehead ; Chapter 12. Community-Based Social Justice Work: The WILLOW Project / Anne Geraghty-Rathert ; Chapter 13. The Bijlmer Project: Moving the Classroom into our Community to Combat Human Trafficking / Sheetal Shah -- Conclusions
Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice; Human Rights in Higher Education; Institution Building; In the Classroom; Community Approaches; Outline of This Book; References; Part I Institutional Approaches; Chapter 2 The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus; Building on the Academic Foundations of HRE: Critical Thinking and Social Engagement; Fostering Inclusiveness on Campus; Supporting Social Justice, Every Day; References
Chapter 3 Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative PracticesMission: Clarifying Scope and Increasing Program Security; Leadership: Identifying Interdisciplinary Expertise and Preventing Burnout; Committee Membership: Hierarchies, Vulnerability, Expectations, and Participation; References; Chapter 4 Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research; Collaborative Research and HRE; The Potential of Faculty-Student Collaboration; Benefits to Students; Benefits to Faculty; Incorporating Student Collaborators; Administrative Collaborators to Facilitate Collaborative Research; References
Chapter 5 Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development PerspectiveDefining Diversity and Inclusion for Student Development; Designing Inclusive Student Support; Orientation to Campus; Student Development Through Mentoring; Cultural and Social Programs; Conclusion; References; Part II Classroom Teaching; Chapter 6 Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development; Why Real World Survivor?; Real World Survivor in Action: An Innovative Course to Teach Human Rights; Traditional Content, Non-Traditional Approach
Experiencing Hunger and Poverty at Heifer RanchReflection, Video Production, and Advocacy; Impacts of Real World Survivor; Learning Outcome #1: Identify, Investigate, and Analyze Factors that Contribute to Poverty in the Developing World; Learning Outcome #2: Apply Different Ethical Perspectives to Ethical Questions Related to the Developing World; Learning Outcome #3: Describe a Specific Problem and Identify Possible Solutions. Articulate Ethical Implications of Action or Inaction
Learning Outcome #4: Demonstrate Understanding of How Experience Outside of the Formal Classroom Relates to the Study of Alleviating PovertyChallenges and Conclusions; References; Chapter 7 Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education; The Importance of Traveling from Here to There; Curriculum Design; Book Learning; On the Ground Learning; Essentials to Traveling Abroad; Institutional Challenges; Context Alters Perception; References; Chapter 8 Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed August 9, 2018)
Subject Human rights -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Form Electronic book
Author Kingston, Lindsey, editor
ISBN 3319914219 (electronic bk.)
9783319914213 (electronic bk.)