Courses & Syllabi

EDUC 463 (MENAS 463). Web-Based Mentorship: Arab-Israeli Conflict Simulation

Credits: 3


This course is linked to a web-based simulation that engages high school students worldwide in exploring the Arab-Israeli conflict through portraying current political leaders and representing stakeholder nations. Course participants facilitate this diplomatic simulation, working closely with the simulation participants to offer a window into the diplomatic process. Course participants learn about the contemporary politics of the region, and work in teams as gatekeepers and facilitators, helping their student mentees to thoughtfully assume character, and to think and write purposefully and persuasively. The course is a hands-on teaching experience that is supported by extensive in-class and written reflective work. (Meets together with MENAS 591-001)

Terms Faculty Syllabus
Winter 2012 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463). Arab-Israeli Conflict (AIC) Simulation Mentor Seminar

Winter 2014 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463). Arab-Israeli Conflict (AIC) Simulation

Fall 2014 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463).

Fall 2014 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463).

Winter 2015 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463). Arab-Israeli Conflict Sumulation

Winter 2015 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463). Arab-Israeli Conflict Sumulation

Fall 2016 Jeff Stanzler
EDUC 463 (MENAS 463).

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