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Jesuit Worldwide Learning / Higher Education at the Margins
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de.hypotheses Nov 18
Wie können Universitäten e-learning nutzen, um Studierende im globalen Süden zu erreichen? Ein Bericht von Peter Balleis über Worldwide Learning – Higher Education at the Margins ():
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JWL Nov 13
Leader course, Week 5: Reflecting on who we are in conflict & how easily we become victims of complex systemic dynamics, vicious conflict cycles, we find ways to move from dysfunctional ‘reflex roles’ to becoming mindful & instrumental for peace.
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JWL Oct 19
Congratulations to Vivian Faustino Pulliam, a recipient of the Canvas Educator of the Year Award for ! Vivian is also a JWL faculty member. Thrilled to hear this is among the most memorable experiences of her education career.
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JWL Oct 8
The model has proven successful both in terms of retention and completion. Expected completion rate of around 60% – an extremely high rate also for programmes not operating at the margins. More findings 👀👉
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JWL Oct 6
🎉This time last week, we celebrated the 2020 Regis/JWL Diploma in Liberal Studies graduates! 🎓In case you missed it - or if you'd like to relive it - the recording is now available!
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JWL Sep 29
Nurturing a community of learners is critical for the success of higher education programmes at the margins. Check out more trends and lessons learnt in our recent report on 10 years of the Diploma in Liberal Studies. 👀👉
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JWL Sep 29
We're live for the Diploma in Liberal Studies 2020 global virtual graduation ceremony!🎉
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JWL Sep 29
One hour to go until graduation!
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JWL Sep 29
📣The Report on 10 Years of the Diploma in Liberal Studies for Refugees and Marginalised Communities is out! The report reviews and reflects upon this journey, unpacking trends and lessons learnt, in order to strengthen efforts for the next decade. 👉
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JWL Sep 27
The Growing Global at the Margins course presents JWL through the imagery of a 🌳. Why a 🌳? Our Executive President, Fr Peter Balleis SJ, explains. Curious? Start the course now!
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JWL Sep 27
How can be offered in camps, war-affected regions or remote places? 👀 Growing Global Higher Education at the Margins for an in-depth experience of JWL’s unique model, in the form of a course and…using the imagery of a 🌳! 👉
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JWL Sep 27
Today – World Day of Migrants and Refugees – coincides with JWL’s celebration of a decade of higher education at the margins, serving the forcibly displaced and other vulnerable, underserved communities across the globe. 👀👉
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JWL Sep 21
In these first couple of weeks of the Leader professional certificate programme, San Htoi and fellow learners have looked at what a peace leader is, how to ‘listen to silence’, as well as how to nurture safety trust.
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JWL Sep 21
“We need to rebuild our society. It’s not just about buildings. We need to enhance ourselves – to educate...”says Noor, JWL graduate in Iraq.
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JWL Sep 17
One of our early ‘lessons learned’ was the ease in which women and men from many different cultural backgrounds study together and support each other’s success. to a 2014 study session in Kakuma Refugee Camp.
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JWL Sep 17
“They really changed. I saw them bringing peace, making a lot of trainings in the community…” - Grace, JWL Diploma graduate to 2016, the year that also saw the rebranding of JC:HEM to Jesuit Worldwide Learning.
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JWL Sep 10
Getting ready to 🎉10 years of at the margins in a couple of weeks! Many developments since the founding of JWL in 2010 (then JC:HEM) but how did this journey begin? Dr Mary McFarland, our first International Director, explains.
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JWL Sep 7
All of the JWL community has been working together to ensure as much as possible that students continue their studies uninterruptedly. Honoured to have been recognised by Community Volunteers for these efforts in Domiz Refugee Camp!
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JWL Sep 4
We're researching how the Liberal Studies programme has transformed the lives of our graduates and their communities! Which qualities do you think are important for a good interviewer?
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JWL Sep 3
Education unlocks potential & fosters hope, yet only 3% of refugees have access to . Blended learning has been the key to our students being able to continue their studies during . 👀 latest report & ways you can be a part of changing this reality.
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