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The Resource Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines : Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context, editors, Amy E. Traver and Dan Leshem

Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines : Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context, editors, Amy E. Traver and Dan Leshem

Label
Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines : Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context
Title
Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines
Title remainder
Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context
Statement of responsibility
editors, Amy E. Traver and Dan Leshem
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
370.112
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1975-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Traver, Amy E.
  • Leshem, Dan,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Education, Humanistic
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
Label
Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines : Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context, editors, Amy E. Traver and Dan Leshem
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction: Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines-Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context; The NEH/KHC Colloquium Series at Queensborough Community College; Humanistic Pedagogy in the Community College Context; The Initial Hypothesis; The First Five Annual NEH/KHC Colloquia; The Future of the NEH/KHC Colloquium Series; The Current Volume; Concluding Thoughts; Appendix: Sample Colloquium RFP for Academic Year 2018-2019; Project Description; Biographical Summaries
  • Letters of SupportApplication Submission and Deadline; Budget; Evaluation Criteria; References; Part I: Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context: Theoretical Foundations and Programmatic Examples; Chapter 2: Arts-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Introduction; Arts-Based Approaches Appeal to Diverse and Underprepared Adult Learners; Arts-Based Approaches Are Student-Centered and Student-Directed; Arts-Based Approaches Facilitate High-Impact Teaching; Arts-Based Approaches Encourage Collaboration Across Academic Disciplines and Departments
  • Arts-Based Approaches Help Students Respond to Challenging and Sensitive Subject Matter, Like the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass AtrocityAn Example of an Arts-Based, High-Impact, Student-Centered, Interdisciplinary Program that Studied Genocide, Organized Hate, and the Holocaust; Student Responses to the Arts-Based Pedagogy Project; Other Examples of Arts-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Appendix: 2014-2015 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Testimony Across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide"; References; Chapter 3: Textual Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education
  • Pedagogy, "Difficult Knowledge," Textual and Transhistorical LearningFraming the Refugee in the 2016-2017 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Fleeing Genocide: Displacement, Exile, and the Refugee"; Underscoring a Textual Approach: Course-Based Examples; Appendix: 2016-2017 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Fleeing Genocide: Displacement, Exile, and the Refugee"; Program 1. Refuge Denied: St. Louis Passengers and the Holocaust; Program 2. "The Jacket" Exhibit; Program 3. Building a Better Future: Supporting Refugee Youth to Thrive
  • Program 4. Displacement, Refuge, Migration-The Context of United Nations' Peace OperationsProgram 5. A Common Thread of Uncommon Courage, Part I-From Genocide to Human Rights Activist; Program 6. The LGBTQ Refugee Crisis; Program 7. Echoes of Exile; Program 8. A Common Thread of Uncommon Courage, Part II-Girlhood, Displacement, and Resistance During the Japanese Occupation; References; Chapter 4: Outcomes-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Outcomes Assessment in Colleges and Universities in the United States
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on1055160513
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319950259
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unknown
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SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1055160513
Label
Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines : Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context, editors, Amy E. Traver and Dan Leshem
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction: Humanistic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines-Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context; The NEH/KHC Colloquium Series at Queensborough Community College; Humanistic Pedagogy in the Community College Context; The Initial Hypothesis; The First Five Annual NEH/KHC Colloquia; The Future of the NEH/KHC Colloquium Series; The Current Volume; Concluding Thoughts; Appendix: Sample Colloquium RFP for Academic Year 2018-2019; Project Description; Biographical Summaries
  • Letters of SupportApplication Submission and Deadline; Budget; Evaluation Criteria; References; Part I: Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education in the Community College Context: Theoretical Foundations and Programmatic Examples; Chapter 2: Arts-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Introduction; Arts-Based Approaches Appeal to Diverse and Underprepared Adult Learners; Arts-Based Approaches Are Student-Centered and Student-Directed; Arts-Based Approaches Facilitate High-Impact Teaching; Arts-Based Approaches Encourage Collaboration Across Academic Disciplines and Departments
  • Arts-Based Approaches Help Students Respond to Challenging and Sensitive Subject Matter, Like the Holocaust, Genocide, and Mass AtrocityAn Example of an Arts-Based, High-Impact, Student-Centered, Interdisciplinary Program that Studied Genocide, Organized Hate, and the Holocaust; Student Responses to the Arts-Based Pedagogy Project; Other Examples of Arts-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Appendix: 2014-2015 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Testimony Across the Disciplines: Cultural and Artistic Responses to Genocide"; References; Chapter 3: Textual Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education
  • Pedagogy, "Difficult Knowledge," Textual and Transhistorical LearningFraming the Refugee in the 2016-2017 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Fleeing Genocide: Displacement, Exile, and the Refugee"; Underscoring a Textual Approach: Course-Based Examples; Appendix: 2016-2017 NEH/KHC Colloquium Series, "Fleeing Genocide: Displacement, Exile, and the Refugee"; Program 1. Refuge Denied: St. Louis Passengers and the Holocaust; Program 2. "The Jacket" Exhibit; Program 3. Building a Better Future: Supporting Refugee Youth to Thrive
  • Program 4. Displacement, Refuge, Migration-The Context of United Nations' Peace OperationsProgram 5. A Common Thread of Uncommon Courage, Part I-From Genocide to Human Rights Activist; Program 6. The LGBTQ Refugee Crisis; Program 7. Echoes of Exile; Program 8. A Common Thread of Uncommon Courage, Part II-Girlhood, Displacement, and Resistance During the Japanese Occupation; References; Chapter 4: Outcomes-Based Approaches to Mass Atrocity Education; Outcomes Assessment in Colleges and Universities in the United States
Control code
on1055160513
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319950259
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1055160513

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