Posted September 23, 2018 14:21:08 The first of Harvard Kennedy School’s online courses to launch on September 28, 2018, is the ‘Schools and Communities’ course.
It focuses on the role of schools and communities in creating healthy, resilient communities.
Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) is one of Australia’s most prestigious universities and has been ranked among the top 200 most innovative Australian universities by the Institute of Education.
The school also has a rich history and a long history of pioneering new approaches to education and learning.
The course has been developed to help students and parents understand the social and political context of their schools, and how the students and families of their communities have been affected by the school’s work.
“Harvard has a history of creating new ideas and perspectives and our aim is to help them do that with this course,” HKS Dean of Schools, Professor Peter Schmitt, said.
The first class of students will be enrolled in September and will then be assessed on a range of social, political and cultural issues related to their community.
The students will learn how to make a statement about the school and its work.
Professor Schmitt said the course was designed to be interactive, to allow students to interact and collaborate, and to be engaging in a process of education that allows them to better understand how their schools are changing the lives of people and the world.
“What we’ve found is that students want to engage with other students and with each other, and they want to understand the world around them,” he said.
“It’s important to engage students in the wider context of the school.”
Professor Schmit said the courses would also offer students practical, practical skills to engage in learning in a community.
“We want them to become better students, better students in school, better learners in life,” he added.
“And so we’ve put the focus on the community at the heart of the course.”
That means we’ve included in this course some of the things that students do in their communities, whether it’s a group discussion, they’re doing a book club, or they’re playing a game, or we’ve also given some very interesting opportunities to explore how students relate to their own community and to engage that community through the course.””
What’s been so compelling is that the community that the students are coming from is really important to them, so they’re not just going to do something to get them to the school or get them into the course, but they want them not just to get into the school, but to get out of the classroom.
“Professor Hessel said the aim of the new course was to make learning in Australia more accessible to students, but also to help communities understand their place in the world and the role they can play in the larger global system.”
In terms of teaching, we wanted to focus on how we can make learning a part of a broader system of knowledge that we can tap into to help us build better futures for the next generation,” he explained.”
So we’ve been thinking about how we have this knowledge to make it more accessible and accessible to more students.
“One of the ways we’ve done that is to try and look at different ways in which we can share that knowledge with other schools.”
The new course will also provide students with the skills they need to help others to learn and grow, and the students will then take part in an online community forum to answer questions and share their own experiences.
“The forum is designed for students to ask questions and to share their ideas, and we have also set up a community board to help people connect to each other,” Professor Hessel added.
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