CURSOS

Chayn. Strumenti attivi contro la violenza di genere

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CHAYN. STRUMENTI ATTIVI CONTRO LA VIOLENZA DI GENERE
social“...la violenza contro le donne è la manifestazione di una disparità storica nei rapporti di forza tra uomo e donna, che ha portato al dominio dell’uomo sulle donne e alla discriminazione contro di loro, e ha impedito un vero progresso nella condizione delle donne...” Declaration on the elimination of violence against women, adottata dall’Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite, 20 december 1993, New York La violenza delle donne è un problema che incide e condiziona la società intera perchè è una delle manifestazioni più estreme della diseguaglianza. L’ampiezza del fenomeno spinge a interrogarsi sulle sue origini e sui suoi presupposti culturali al fine di progettare e realizzare politiche e altri interventi volti a sensibilizzare e quindi a prevenire questo problema. Per rispondere a tali esigenze, lo Sportello Antiviolenza “Una stanza tutta per sé” e la piattaforma online Chayn italia in collaborazione con l’Università di Napoli Federico II hanno promosso il corso “Chayn – strumenti attivi contro la violenza di genere”. Le due organizzazioni promotrici del corso sono lo Sportello antiviolenza “Una Stanza tutta per Sé” e Chayn Italia. Lo Sportello antiviolenza “Una Stanza tutta per Sé” nasce dal percorso femminista di un gruppo di donne che, dal 2011, dopo aver seguito un corso presso l’Onlus Donne in genere e dopo il tirocinio presso la Cooperativa Be Free, ha deciso di costituirsi Onlus per combattere la violenza contro le donne e quella di genere. Da oltre 5 anni le operatrici dello Sportello aiutano chiunque ne abbia bisogno a Roma e si sono occupate dell’organizzazione e realizzazione di workshop e laboratori sul tema (prevenzione alla violenza, stereotipi). Inoltre, lo Sportello è parte integrante di Chyan, collaborando attivamente alla stesura e revisione dei contenuti del sito e portandone avanti il lavoro di mappatura dei servizi presenti sul territorio italiano. Chayn Italia è una piattaforma che utilizza tecnologie open source per fornire alle donne che ne hanno bisogno strumenti, informazioni e supporto contro la violenza di genere. Chayn Italia è un progetto di feminist tech in continua evoluzione. Attraverso Chayn Italia, chiunque abbia una connessione internet può avere accesso diretto ad informazioni e consigli pratici elaborati da volontarie ed esperte, il cui scopo è restituire alle donne la capacità di uscire dalla spirale di violenza. Il corso ha l’obiettivo di offrire gli strumenti teorici e pratici per riconoscere, leggere e interpretare la violenza di genere. in particolare il corso è pensato per fornire un focus sulla violenza domestica, che per le sue caratteristiche è quella più difficile da riconoscere e da affrontare. I differenti moduli offrono un percorso coerente e sistemico per sviluppare una prospettiva critica capace di incidere sulla qualità delle relazioni umane e per leggere e riconoscere la violenza di genere nel suo complesso e nella vita quotidiana. Questo corso è rivolto a chi lavora a contatto con il pubblico e/o lavora in equipe perchè l’obiettivo è quello di facilitare rapporti umani improntati sul reciproco rispetto e di eliminare le discriminazioni di genere. Quindi ci rivolgiamo particolarmente a chi lavora nell’ambito delle risorse umane e agli operatori sociali. Il corso risponde all’esigenza di formare esperti nella violenza di genere, offrendo gli strumenti teorici e alcune tecniche professionali per aiutare le vittime di violenza. E’ rivolto, in particolare, a soddisfare la crescente richiesta da parte di enti e strutture di una formazione specifica in tale ambito per riconoscere la violenza di genere e come si manifesta in tutte le sue forme.

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What and How to Teach with Video

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WHAT AND HOW TO TEACH WITH VIDEO
didacticasTo date, there has never been any other course that meticulously covers these two fields:
  1. Teaching/Learning Roles for which video is potentially outstanding
  2. Pedagogic Design Principles to achieve this potential.

Field 1 (in week 1): Potent pedagogic roles for video, leading to robust learning outcomes: a range of techniques and teaching functions for which video is outstandingly capable, due to its distinctive presentational attributes. The 33 roles are distributed between four domains: Cognitive, Experiential, Affective, Skills.

Field 2 (in week 2): A narrative framework of pedagogic design principles for video, consisting of 30 individual design principles in 8 categories:
Hook, Signpost, Cognitive Engagement, Constructive Learning, Sensitise, Elucidate, Reinforce, Consolidate. The teacher will illustrate each 'potent pedagogic role' and each 'design principle' with extracts from educational videos that have been used in online courses. Quizzes, followed by peer and tutor discussion will be facilitated at several points.

Finally, in weeks 3 and 4, students will consolidate their learning: each small group of students will design an 8-minute educational video, guided by peers and tutors. The design will be in the form of a video screenplay describing shots, actuality sound, narration.

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Learning Online: Learning and Collaborating

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LEARNING ONLINE: LEARNING AND COLLABORATING
didacticasThis course is just one of a series about ‘learning online’. You can sign up to the other courses in this series through the Going to University collection. You are probably used to learning online on a daily basis, including turning to your phone for information rather than referring to books. More formal online learning is likely to be important for you in the future, either at university or in the workplace. Learning online is different to learning in the classroom, it needs different skills. This course will help you to develop those skills, showing you how to learn and communicate effectively in an online environment. Note for students This course is part of a collection from the University of Leeds which have been specifically designed for those studying at school or college. All of the courses will help to enrich and extend your knowledge in a specific topic and develop your transferable skills. These courses will help you with making decisions about which subject to study at university and will give you examples and evidence when developing your university application. Throughout the course you will join a community of online learners, providing an opportunity for interactive learning with other students both in the UK and internationally. Each course is designed to complement your existing studies and aims to: provide evidence for UCAS applications and prepare you for university help you to gain new skills, think critically and learn independently encourage online / social learning develop collaboration and analytical skills embed current research into your online learning For information about degrees available at the University of Leeds, please visit our course finder website. Note for teachers Aimed at prospective Undergraduate students both in the UK and internationally, our online courses provide a ‘taster’ of Undergraduate study at the University of Leeds. Our courses benefit from being shaped by the latest research from the University of Leeds and are presented by leading academics who are actively engaged in pioneering research. They will inspire your students to think critically and develop their knowledge and analytical skills. The course can be used as a wider classroom or enrichment resource or can be used independently by students to discover more about the subject area. Each course provides flexible study and benefits from online discussions with other learners. If you would like to know more about this course or the range of courses from the University of Leeds designed specifically for schools and colleges, please visit our teachers’ pages for further information and resources.

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Learning Online: Searching and Researching

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LEARNING ONLINE: SEARCHING AND RESEARCHING
didacticasThis course is just one of a series about ‘learning online’. You can sign up to the other courses in this series through the Going to University collection. You are probably used to learning online on a daily basis, including turning to your phone for information rather than referring to books. More formal online learning is likely to be important for you in the future, either at university or in the workplace. Learning online is different to learning in the classroom, it needs different skills. This course will help you to develop those skills, showing you how to learn and communicate effectively in an online environment. Note for students This course is part of a collection from the University of Leeds which have been specifically designed for those studying at school or college. All of the courses will help to enrich and extend your knowledge in a specific topic and develop your transferable skills. These courses will help you with making decisions about which subject to study at university and will give you examples and evidence when developing your university application. Throughout the course you will join a community of online learners, providing an opportunity for interactive learning with other students both in the UK and internationally. Each course is designed to complement your existing studies and aims to: provide evidence for UCAS applications and prepare you for university help you to gain new skills, think critically and learn independently encourage online / social learning develop collaboration and analytical skills embed current research into your online learning For information about degrees available at the University of Leeds, please visit our course finder website. Note for teachers Aimed at prospective Undergraduate students both in the UK and internationally, our online courses provide a ‘taster’ of Undergraduate study at the University of Leeds. Our courses benefit from being shaped by the latest research from the University of Leeds and are presented by leading academics who are actively engaged in pioneering research. They will inspire your students to think critically and develop their knowledge and analytical skills. The course can be used as a wider classroom or enrichment resource or can be used independently by students to discover more about the subject area. Each course provides flexible study and benefits from online discussions with other learners. If you would like to know more about this course or the range of courses from the University of Leeds designed specifically for schools and colleges, please visit our teachers’ pages for further information and resources.

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Learning Online: Reflecting and Sharing

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LEARNING ONLINE: REFLECTING AND SHARING
didacticasThis course is just one of a series about ‘learning online’. You can sign up to the other courses in this series through the Going to University collection. This course introduces some tools you can use to help to reflect on your learning; such as short tests and quizzes or by using tools such as online logs or journals. You will then move on to focus on sharing your learning with others; by producing and sharing video, using blogs, pin-boards, collaborative platforms or social media you can enrich the learning experience. Note for students This course is part of a collection from the University of Leeds which have been specifically designed for those studying at school or college. All of the courses will help to enrich and extend your knowledge in a specific topic and develop your transferable skills. These courses will help you with making decisions about which subject to study at university and will give you examples and evidence when developing your university application. Throughout the course you will join a community of online learners, providing an opportunity for interactive learning with other students both in the UK and internationally. Each course is designed to complement your existing studies and aims to: provide evidence for UCAS applications and prepare you for university help you to gain new skills, think critically and learn independently encourage online / social learning develop collaboration and analytical skills embed current research into your online learning For information about degrees available at the University of Leeds, please visit our course finder website. Note for teachers Aimed at prospective Undergraduate students both in the UK and internationally, our online courses provide a ‘taster’ of Undergraduate study at the University of Leeds. Our courses benefit from being shaped by the latest research from the University of Leeds and are presented by leading academics who are actively engaged in pioneering research. They will inspire your students to think critically and develop their knowledge and analytical skills. The course can be used as a wider classroom or enrichment resource or can be used independently by students to discover more about the subject area. Each course provides flexible study and benefits from online discussions with other learners. If you would like to know more about this course or the range of courses from the University of Leeds designed specifically for schools and colleges, please visit our teachers’ pages for further information and resources.

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Teaching Flipped

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TEACHING FLIPPED
didacticasTeaching Flipped gives university faculty an introduction to the ins and outs of teaching with a flipped, hybrid, or online MOOC-type classroom. We will cover the basics of flipped/hybrid/MOOC classes, what is known and not known in the literature, and where these learning methods are heading, how to develop the online (video) content as well as the in class active learning activities, ways to think about and organize your course, and how to assess both the students and your teaching. This class is taught Flipped / MOOC-style by veteran flippers and MOOC-ers to give you experience with the tools and learning methods that can help your students succeed in this type of learning environment. Plan to watch/read about an hour of material each week and then try out and share what you have found. By the end of the course you should have a good idea of how to flip your own course, and have the tools to do this well.

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Digital Accessibility: Enabling Participation in the Information Society

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DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY: ENABLING PARTICIPATION IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
ticThis course will help you to understand how those with sensory, physical and cognitive impairments may be disabled by barriers encountered when using digital technologies. The course will highlight how the use of accessible and inclusive design can help overcome many of these difficulties. Why should we care about digital accessibility? With a better understanding of users’ needs, technologies can be developed to be both accessible and meet legal requirements to provide a more inclusive environment. On this course, you will discover how you can make an important difference to the lives of anyone who is elderly or has a disability. It is suitable for: web development, design or marketing professionals, or anyone who creates content or specifies, designs, builds, tests, evaluates, uses or buys technology; employers, who can discover how accessible technologies can increase the market for their products or services, or enhance the productivity of their employees; and disabled and elderly people, who want to understand why some technologies may be causing problems, and how it is possible to help others understand these problems. You will learn how technology can help at home, study or work if you or somebody you care about becomes ill or is disabled. Learn with digital accessibility experts from across Europe The course is led by Professor Mike Wald of the ECS Accessibility team at the University of Southampton, and supported by members of the Erasmus+ MOOC Accessibility Partnership. By joining the course, you will have a unique opportunity to benefit from the extensive knowledge and experience of accessibility experts from eight universities across Europe, as well as the personal experiences of disabled or elderly people.

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Sexualidad y Educación

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SEXUALIDAD Y EDUCACIÓN
educacion saludLa mayor parte de las personas tenemos inquietudes sobre cómo, cuándo y para qué educar a niñas, niños, jóvenes y adultos acerca de la sexualidad. Ya sea como madres, padres, cuidadores, profesores, profesionales de la salud, interesados en los medios de comunicación o en el tema de la sexualidad, con frecuencia nos planteamos preguntas como las siguientes: ¿Para qué educar sobre sexualidad, si existe abundante información al respecto? ¿La educación de la sexualidad debería brindarla la familia o la escuela? ¿A qué edad es adecuado iniciar la educación de la sexualidad? ¿La educación de la sexualidad aumenta la curiosidad sobre este tema? Para responder estos y otros interrogantes planteados por quienes participan en nuestras iniciativas de investigación y en los diferentes procesos educativos que llevamos a cabo, hemos diseñado este segundo curso con respecto a la educación de la sexualidad en diferentes ámbitos.

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