This workshop will familiarise participants with the free, interactive “Stories that Move” website and the five learning paths that help young people explore the impact of hate speech, exclusion and discrimination. Short film clips of young people sharing their experiences are at the core of the materials.
Working with the toolbox will help create a community of lifelong learners who value inquiry, critical and creative thinking and act with integrity and compassion.
During several hands-on, interactive workshop sessions, teachers will get to know different parts of the toolbox and be prepared to discuss the complex and sensitive topics addressed in the materials with their students. Using visible thinking routines, learners are challenged to discuss diversity and discrimination, to reflect on their own choices by getting to know the personal stories of their peers, and ultimately become empowered to actively speak out against discrimination.
Dates: 27-28 September 2019
Cost: 150 Euros
Maximum number of participants: 25
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