1. 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Pawel Lutomski (Round 1 of 2)

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    SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "What Are UNIVERSAL Human Rights and Why Are They Controversial?" (Round 2 of 2) Pawel [Pavo] Lutomski, Lecturer, International Relations Program at Stanford 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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    • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Pawel Lutomski (Round 1 of 2)

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      SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "What Are UNIVERSAL Human Rights and Why Are They Controversial?" (Round 1 of 2) Pawel [Pavo] Lutomski, Lecturer, International Relations Program at Stanford 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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      • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Capstone Presentations - Panel C

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        SHREI Symposium Capstone Presentations - Panel C "Hailing the World: Toward A Working Pedagogy of Human Rights Education" Jordan Hayes, English, Foothill College, College of San Mateo "Human Rights Curriculum for the Digital Age" Chesa Caparas, English, De Anza College "Implementing Human Rights Education in STEM Courses" Celso Batalha, Physics, Evergreen Valley College 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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        • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Closing Remarks

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          SHREI Symposium welcoming remarks Enrique Luna, History, Gavilan College, 2011-12 SHREI Fellow Jovana Knežević, Associate Director, Stanford Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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          • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Penelope Van Tuyl (Round 2 of 2)

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            SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "How Can We Help Students Meaningfully Engage with Human Rights Topics in Written Assignments when the Complexity of These Topics Appears to Outpace the Student’s Technical Capacities as a Writer?" (Round 2 of 2) Penelope Van Tuyl, Associate Director, Stanford’s WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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            • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Capstone Presentations - Panel A

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              SHREI Symposium Capstone Presentations - Panel B "Gender & Human Rights Selfie Project(s)" Lesley Louden, Photography, Foothill College, Cabrillo College, West Valley College "From Dignity to Global Citizenship: A Feminist Approach to Human Rights Education" Julie Maia, English, Women and Gender Studies, West Valley College "Dignity and Human Rights: Learning to Write and Research with Cultural Humility" Erica Onugha, English, Foothill College 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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              • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Penelope Van Tuyl (Round 1 of 2)

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                SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "How Can We Help Students Meaningfully Engage with Human Rights Topics in Written Assignments when the Complexity of These Topics Appears to Outpace the Student’s Technical Capacities as a Writer?" (Round 1 of 2) Penelope Van Tuyl, Associate Director, Stanford’s WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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                • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Diane Steinberg (Round 2 of 2)

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                  SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "How Can We Teach International Human Rights Through Service Learning in the Local Community?" (Round 2 of 2) Diane H. Steinberg, Visiting Scholar in the Program on Human Rights at Stanford’s CDDRL 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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                  • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Facilitated Discussion - Diane Steinberg (Round 1 of 2)

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                    SHREI Symposium Facilitated Discussions "How Can We Teach International Human Rights Through Service Learning in the Local Community?" (Round 1 of 2) Diane H. Steinberg, Visiting Scholar in the Program on Human Rights at Stanford’s CDDRL 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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                    • 2014 SHREI Symposium - Capstone Presentations - Panel B

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                      SHREI Symposium Capstone Presentations - Panel B "Building Global Citizenship/Studies: A Curricular Map for Community College Instructional Design Development" Patricia Gibbs Stayte, Sociology, Foothill College "A Needed Addition to the 21st century Community College Curriculum" Mary Conroy Zouzoulas, Global Studies, Psychology, Child Development, San Jose City College "From SHREI to Human Rights 101: Adding a Human Rights Course to the Curriculum" Steve Miller, Political Science Instructor, Modesto Junior College, 2012-13 SHREI Fellow "Creating Pathways for Human Rights Education in the California Community College Classroom" Katie Zanoni, Co-founder of the Peace Studies Associate Degree at San Diego City College and Doctoral Student at the University of San Francisco, 2012-13 SHREI Fellow 2014 Stanford Human Rights Education Symposium June 7, 2014 9:00am - 4:30pm Stanford Humanities Center Stanford, CA A day-long symposium to discuss, share, and learn about teaching human rights in a wide range of world areas, disciplines, and classroom settings. Emphasis on methods of incorporating human rights education into the community college classroom through sample lesson plans, pedagogic resources and materials, and strategies for reaching diverse student populations. http://shrei.stanford.edu

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