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Program Learning Outcomes
The Human Rights Education Program Learning Outcomes:
The goal of the HRE program is to develop professional practitioners with expertise in the following key areas:
- Analyze the gap between universal rights and grassroots realities in local, global, and transnational contexts, with attention to issues of power, privilege, and marginalization. Explore the conditions and dimensions of empowering and transformative learning processes.
- Describe and critique the differing approaches, perspectives, and models toward human rights education and how they impact the ways in which HRE is carried out in diverse settings.
- Drawing on critical pedagogies, produce advocacy tools and curricular resources to be used in formal or non-formal educational contexts to address human rights violations.
- Design, conduct, analyze and present findings from interviews, using diverse methods, such as oral history, in order to raise awareness about human rights issues.
- Identify diverse methodological tools and skills needed to conduct ethical research in a range of contexts such as classroom teaching, community organizing, and curriculum development, among others.
- Synthesize contextual understandings, reflective analysis, theoretical frameworks, and methodological training to inform either the production of a thesis or research-based field project.