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Course Syllabi

Below please find a list of courses related to Education in Emergencies submitted by INEE members around the globe. Click on the title to download the course syllabus.  To read the Call for Course Syllabi, click here. To submit or update any existing entries, please contact academics@ineesite.org.

 

Academic Course Syllabi
 

ASAP: Education in Emergencies. Online, public course eligible for 3 Continuing Education Units. John Hopkins University School of Education, Baltimore, MD, USA. Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. Professor: Fred Mednick.

Comparative Studies of Education: Qualitative Methods. Ph.D. Course. New York University, New York, NY, USA. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. Fall 2009. Professor: Dana Burde.

Critical Challenges and Opportunities: Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crisis, and Early Reconstruction Contexts. Masters Course. Columbia University, New York, NY, USA.  School of International and Public Affairs. Winter 2009. Professor: Allison Anderson.

Education in Armed Conflict (A-816). Masters Course. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA. Harvard Graduate School of Education. Sping 2013. Professor: Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Education in Emergencies. Educational Leadership Course. George Washington University, Washington, DC. USA. Summer 2010. Professor Michael J Gibbons.

Education in Displacement: Promoting Access, Building Systems (A810B). Masters Course. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA. Harvard Graduate School of Education. Fall 2007. Professor: Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crises and Reconstruction (ITSF 4199). Department of International and Transcultural Studies, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, USA. Fall 2009. Instructor: Mary A. Mendenhall, Ed.D

Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crises, and Early Reconstruction Contexts (INAF U8882). Masters Course. Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. School of International and Public Affairs. Spring 2008.  Professor: Rebecca Winthrop

Education in Emergencies Practicum. Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. School of International and Social Affairs, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies. Spring 2007. Professor: Dana Burde

Education in Emergencies: Theory and Practice. Columbia University, New York, NY, USA. Teachers College. Spring 2008. Professor: Rebecca Winthrop

International Perspectives on Informal Education: Education Systems and Community Building in Settings of Armed Conflict (EDUC 1280, Spring 2011). Brown University, Department of Education. Professor: Sarah Dryden-Peters

Medical Issues in the Classroom. Washington Academy of Family Physicans, WA, USA. Currently being used as an internship course for healthcare professionals and as continuing medical education for professional development credit. Fall 2008. Dr. Leslie A Oja

Peace Building & Development Institute: Summer Professional Training Program, 2010. The Summer Professional Training Program provides trainings to development workers, government officials, conflict resolution practitioners, masters students, and others working in conflict zones to complement their daily field work. It is one of the first practical training programs specifically designed to bridge the fields of peacebuilding and development.

Peace Education in Violent and Post-Violent Conflict. University for Peace/Universidad Para La Paz, Department of Peace Education, Costa Rica. Proposed Masters course syllabus for a three week course. 2009. Written by: Rainbow Choi, Kerri Drumm, Sigrun Birta Vidarsdottir, Julia Brock, Bassem Sedara.

PhD Scholarships to Investigate Issues Associated with Emergency/Disaster Situations and Young Children.  PhD Program. Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. Ongoing. Professor: Dr Jacqueline Hayden

Politics and Education in Emergencies and Post-Conflict Regions (ITSF 4094-08). Columbia University,New York NY, USA. Teachers College, Department of International and Transcultural Studies. Spring 2004. Professor:Dana Burde.

Politics, Education and Conflict. New York University, New York, NY, USA. Department of Humanities and Social Sciencesand Social Sciences. Fall 2008. Professor Dana Burde.

Politics, Education and Conflict. (ITSF 4094-007). Columbia University, New York, USA. Teachers College, Department of International and Transcultural Studies. Spring, Fall 2006. Professor Dana Burde.

Politics, Education and Conflict (ITSF 4094).  Columbia University, New York, USA. Department of International and Transcultural Studies, Teachers College. Fall 2008.  Professor: Mary A. Mendenhall

Psychosocial Dimensions of Disasters (INAF U4090.001 Humanitarian Affairs Practicum) Columbia University, New York, USA. School of International and Social Affairs. September-October 2009. Professor Gerald Martone

Women, War and Learning. AEC 1146.  University of Toronto, Canada. Department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology, OISE. Winter 2008. Dr. Shahrzad Mojab.

Youth and Conflict (SIS-596-004). Masters / Advanced Undergraduate Level, American University, Washington, DC, USA. International Peace and Conflict Resolution, School of International Service.  Spring 2008.  Professor Susan Shepler.

Youth, Participation and Peacebuilding (SIS 319/619). Graduate Seminar/Professional Training Course. American University, Washington, DC, USA. Peacebuilding and Development Institute School of International Service. Summer 2009. Professor: Mark D. Hamilton

Professional Training Course Syllabi


Learning Programme on Evidence Based Policy Analysis to Deliver Results for Children (UNIF-UNIF-0809). UNICEF Professional Training, implemented by the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. Offered annually. Director of the Programme: Dr. Chris de Neubourg.

Post Conflict Educational Reconstruction and Development in Africa.  Training Guide, Workbook, Presentations 1-11 and Presentations 12-22. 27 February - 5 March, 2009, Osaka International Centre of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) with UNESCO and IIEP.