PhD in Leadership and Change Student Launches Curriculum to Aid Educators During COVID-19

elana havivExecutive Director and Founder of Generation Human Rights and PhD in Leadership and Change student Elana Haviv has recently led the launching of unMASKing: ThePandemic Curriculum Project. All around the world, we have put on masks to protect ourselves and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Yet, at the same time, the pandemic has taken masks off so many human rights issues. Generation Human Rights and Human Rights Education Associates free, open-sourced unMASKing: The Pandemic Curriculum Project provides educators with a much-needed roadmap to guide students, in supportive and inclusive ways, as they explore the local and global impacts of COVID-19, process the difficult and complex issues of the pandemic, and share their own experiences. The Project is currently reaching out for support in order to be able to share unMASKing with educators across the United States and around the world, revise the curriculum as needed to stay current with impacts of the pandemic, offer free professional development and resources for educators facing today’s challenges, and continue to host a platform for youth around the world to share their stories about how they are adapting to the pandemic through written reflections and photos.
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