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This four-week, online course offers educators an opportunity to explore and/or review curriculum design, pedagogy, and specific teaching and learning approaches that respond to the unique needs and strengths of students of refugee and migrant backgrounds. Participants will complete one mini-project (from a list of options) for each of the three modules, participate in online discussions, and attend at least two of the four offered weekly 90-minute virtual meet-ups with their cohort. Participants will also have an (optional) opportunity to apply for two micro-credentials associated with content from this course. The course is participant-centered and job-embedded, meaning all projects directly connect and apply to the participant’s teaching and learning context.

For more information, please visit the Center for Learning in Practice.

Note: **This is for University credit ONLY. Students who are interested in enrolling in the course must do so through the Center for Learning in Practice. Once enrolled, those who wish to purchase university credit for the course should contact Amie Becker in the Education Department at for credit enrollment information**


Course Number: EDUC-40402
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)