Examine the power of forgiveness, change and reconciliation, as well as participate in service learning activities in South African schools, communities and empowerment projects.
Reflect upon some of today's burning debates at the core of the democratic experience of these two countries. MAT students will also be able to design a full-fledged module to be used in K-12 classes.
Archeology is an exciting and fascinating approach to the study of human behavior. The artifacts that people leave behind offer important clues that help archeologists learn more about the human past. This course will provide an introduction to archeological techniques, concepts, and principles. Examples of archeological work will be discussed from a local and global perspective. Throughout this course, we will discuss how archeologists think and look at the past and the kinds of conclusions archeologists draw from material evidence.
Are you interested in building inclusive school communities?
Join us for a course where you will learn about issues faced by LGBTQ students and teachers, and how to design inclusive classrooms to address these issues.
We will uncover how homophobic and transphobic discrimination emerged and continues to be pervasive in U.S. public schools. Then we will design strategies that we can use as students, educators, and community members to make schools better spaces for everyone, including LGBTQ persons.