Teaching Leadership: Designing Curricula around HIV/AIDS to Engage Students in Social Change
Reflecting a curriculum that promotes student learning by integrating the classroom and the community, the authors outline specific collaborative pedagogies as the context for teaching ethics and developing social responsibility.
||HIV/IADS, Medicine, History, Inner-city Schools, Public Health, High School/College Integration, Parents, Homosexuality, Racism, Citizenship, Social change
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 12, pp.71-76.
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Helen Rodnite Lemay is Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Department of History, Stony Brook University. She is the Director of Stony Brook's Partnerships in Health and Higher Education Program. Professor Lemay is a specialist in medieval history of science and medicine and has published numerous works in these areas. She is a winner of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching and a member of the Academy of Teacher Scholars.
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