ICNC Curriculum Fellowships
ICNC offers Curriculum Fellowship programs to support teaching, course development and implementation of new curricular on civil resistance in universities and high schools around the world. We other three kinds of Curriculum Fellowships:
- Curriculum Fellowships for Classroom-based University Courses — check for any ongoing calls for applications
- Curriculum Fellowships for Online Seminars — check for any ongoing calls for applications
- High School Curriculum Fellowships (NEW)
Curriculum Fellowships for Classroom-based University Courses
The ICNC Curriculum Fellowship supports curriculum development for undergraduate- and graduate-level classroom-based teaching on civil resistance led by academic faculty and educators from around the world. ICNC Curriculum Fellows integrate into their existing courses a unit on civil resistance which:
– covers at least five 90-minute sessions in a semester-based course; and
– consists of readings, modules, exercises, and/or simulations directly relevant to the field of civil resistance studies.
Curriculum Fellowships for Online Seminars
Recognizing the potential of online learning to reach beyond the classroom, ICNC offers Curriculum Fellowships to support development of online seminars on civil resistance that can be offered around the world, especially in countries that restrict intellectual freedom and the information environment, as well as in conflict-torn regions where greater knowledge and understanding of nonviolent resistance would benefit a specific community or society.
Online seminars supported by this fellowship are hosted on the ICNC e-platform and consist of at least five weekly sessions on civil resistance where participants review relevant session notes, videos, and readings and join forum discussions moderated by a seminar instructor.
High School Curriculum Fellowships
Interest in civil resistance movements and nonviolent action is rising among high school students. Whether driven by current events in their country, growing media attention that civil resistance movements are receiving, or other causes, opportunities need to be created for these students to follow their interest and pursue study of this field. In Fall 2016, ICNC launched its first ever grant program for high school educators from around the world to support development and implementation of education on civil resistance movements and nonviolent action for high school students.
See our High School Curriculum Fellows page.
Monitoring and Evaluation
View the final evaluation and learning assessment for a class-based course from an ICNC Curriculum Fellow:
- Clay Fuller, 2016 ICNC Curriculum Fellow. Clay’s course evaluation & learning assessment
View the final evaluations and learning assessments for online seminars from two ICNC Curriculum Fellows:
- Lilit Makunts, 2016 ICNC Curriculum Fellow. Lilit’s course evaluation & learning assessment
- Etiene Martins, 2016 ICNC Curriculum Fellow. Etiene’s course evaluation & learning assessment
View the final evaluations and learning assessments from the 2016 High School Curriculum Fellows:
- Ahmadullah Archiwal, 2016 High School Curriculum Fellow. Ahmadullah’s course evaluation & learning assessment
- Elizabeth “Betsy” Cepparulo, 2016 High School Curriculum Fellow. Betsy’s course evaluation & learning assessment
- Regina Feldman, 2016 High School Curriculum Fellow. Regina’s course evaluation & learning assessment