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Presentation
Extreme Curriculum: Experiential Peace Building Curriculum in Morocco
International Studies Association Conference
  • Cheryl Lynn Duckworth, Nova Southeastern University
Event Location / Date(s)
San Francisco, CA / April 2013
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Department
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
Presentation Date
4-1-2013
Description
A panel exploring experiential learning approaches in the classroom, field research, & practice. This panel will focus on multiple approaches to experiential learning through pedagogical creativity that impacts work done in the classroom as well as in field research or practice. The panel agenda begins a brief introduction of various pedagogical approaches to experiential learning, both in theory and in practice, presented by the panelists. Following this, the attendees will break out into smaller groups each facilitated by one of the panelists, with the goal of developing additional pedagogical possibilities (theoretically and practically) for experiential learning that would enhance attendees’ teaching and mentoring. The small groups will focus on aspects presented by the panelists and attendees are encouraged to move from group to group as their interests dictate – a form of open space technology – to allow for maximum engagement and benefit. The conclusion of the panel session will bring attendees together to discuss what has been developed and to explore next steps and implementation.
Citation Information
Cheryl Lynn Duckworth. "Extreme Curriculum: Experiential Peace Building Curriculum in Morocco" International Studies Association Conference (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cheryl-duckworth/22/