Institute for Developing Across Differences

EARLY CAREER COURSE

Experiential Perspective-Taking

Using the Memory Walk methodology to foster inclusion competencies

OVERVIEW

Using The Anne Frank House’s Memory Walk methodology, this course supports early-career (and all) practitioners in strengthening their abilities to facilitate transformative perspective-taking and expand their inclusion competencies toolkit. 

This highly experiential methodology is one in which participants engage in outdoor learning in order to reevaluate their physical and social environment as a means to also (re)consider seen and unseen contexts that may exist in their workplace, classroom and/or community—and how they operate in them. 

COURSE TYPE

Early Career 

 

DURATION/DATES

1 day/20 June

 

TARGET LEVEL(S)

Intermed (6-12 years)
Early (0-5 years)

TUITION FEE

€575

 

HOW TO REGISTER

To register on or after 6 June, simply email us at enroll@iddifferences.org for instructions.

NB: Official registration happens through the University of Groningen’s enrollment system. We will provide you with details for this.

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CONSIDERATIONS

Neuroscience is often considered a topic beyond the reach of daily practitioners, many of whom may not have a background in the hard sciences. While a general understanding of ?human biology and physiology? is helpful, and we will touch on the anatomy and chemistry involved, the core concepts we will address do not require a specialized understanding in this area.

PREQUALIFICATIONS

While this course is open to all practitioners, it is strongly recommended that you have:

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