|Semester||Spring Semester, 2021|
|Department||Selective courses of master level,College of Education Selective courses of undergraduate level,College of Education|
|Course Name||Right to Education|
1. Introduction: outline of the course, introduction of subject, readings and course requirements. (Lecture)
2. What is global citizenship and how is it related to education: philosophy, politics and history. (Lecture)
3. Culture and the nature of human right (right to education): culture matters!(Group Discussion)
4. Strategies and tools for right to education in Africa. (Workshop)
5. Strategies and tools for right to education in South America.(Workshop)
6. Strategies and tools for right to education in Asia. (Workshop)
7. Workshop with Westminster University group students on Brexit.
8. Report Discussion
1. The group discussion: requires you to work in a small group at preparing each assigned topic.
2. Reflective notes and oral presentation: asks you to write a short note based on your experience and reflective opinions.
?Reflective Notes (40%)
?Final Report (30%)
|Textbook & Reference|
Zehlia B-W(2016).(Ed.) Human rights in language and STEM education : science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Rotterdam, Netherland: SensePublishers : Imprint: SensePublishers.
Deuchar, R. (2007).Citizenship, enterprise, and learning. Staffordshire, UK: Trentham Books Limited.
BBC News (2017). Brexit: All you needto know about UK leaving EU. Retrieved from
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