MA in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations
This CLC Capstone paper will reflect on my experiences in Juarez as I assessed, designed, translated, facilitated and evaluated an original day-long workshop based in Juarez, Mexico with a group of women called Mujeres con Esperanza. I will walk through my experiences as a trainer before my time on-campus at SIT Graduate Institute, some of the key concepts I learned on-campus that affected my training competencies and the analysis of my experiences with this training design. Throughout this paper I synthesize concepts of learning styles, cycles and curriculum design. Lastly, this paper will discuss the role of intercultural competencies and social justice awareness as it relates to being an effective advocate.
International and Comparative Education
Chill, Phyllis Nicole, "Mujeres Con Esperanza: Reflecting On Training In My Second Language, And Designing For Effective Social Justice Advocacy" (2009). Capstone Collection. 1310.