Activities for Reviewing
Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
Reviewing is an essential part of the experiential learning cycle, which is the basis of the approach used in this manual on human rights education. The following activities are easy and fun ways to help people learn from their experiences. They may be used after running a single Compass activity, but they should not replace a detailed debriefing and evaluation. They are most useful at the end of a training day or a longer period of training to get participants to reflect in general on what and how they are learning, and when the facilitator wants to get some quick feedback.
- Related rights
• Right human rights education
• Right to education
• Right to participation
• To develop knowledge and understanding of human rights issues through experience
• To develop critical thinking
• To cultivate the habit of reflecting on experience as a source of learning
• To support the evaluation of learning processes
- Chapter 1 - Human Rights Education and Compass: an introduction
- Chapter 2 - Practical Activities and Methods for Human Rights Education
- Chapter 3 - Taking Action for Human Rights
- Chapter 4 - Understanding Human Rights
- Chapter 5 - Background Information on Global Human Rights Themes