Online Courses Based Upon Reframing the Curriculum
Interested in a more in-depth learning experience (with or without having read the book)? Check out the online courses I developed in partnership with Kappa Delta Pi, the book’s co-publisher.
Each of the self-paced courses takes approximately 9 hours, with a structure that allows completion of the individual modules within each course.
Both courses offer a mix of book excerpts, videos, online discussions, off-line activities, and clear strategies to apply the content.
Introduction to Sustainability
This course introduces sustainability from a transdisciplinary perspective, making it appropriate for people from a range of fields. For educators, the courses presents sustainability as a context for learning, highlights connections across grades and disciplines, and provides strategies for reframing curriculum to emphasize these connections. With a mix of activities, videos, discussions, off-line projects, and guided curriculum design, the course engages adult learners in an integrative and reflective learning experience that emphasizes practical applications. Learn more and register.
Introduction to Social Justice
This course provides an overview of key social justice principles and guides educators to reframe curriculum with this lens. Key concepts include identity, intersectionality, bias, discrimination, institutional oppression, privilege, and equity/equality. The role of race-based housing policies offers an historical perspective on current-day segregation. The course is $49 for KDP members; $74 for non-members. Learn more and register.