Building Health Justice Across the Curriculum: Educators Sought for Paid Opportunity to Co-Create Teaching Tools – Jan 10

Posted by Haverford College on December 22, 2020

Haverford College seeks pairs of middle and high school educators for a paid project designed to improve understanding of the relationships among structural determinants of inequity, health justice, and health outcomes. In Spring 2021, Health Studies seniors will be paired with two educators to develop interdisciplinary modules that link social studies and science content for middle and high school students. Case studies will be built around topics to be determined jointly by the Haverford/Bryn Mawr students and participating educators. Regardless of topic, all case studies must address health inequities and health justice and must build health literacy. With the educators’ guidance and support from Haverford faculty leading the seminar, students will develop content, create classroom activities and assignments, and prepare a teacher’s guide.

Sample pairings of subject areas and case studies, along with application and payment information are available here.

Please complete the application by January 10, 2021.

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