Upcoming Events
Mar 23

Pedals and Packs Service Project

March 23, 2018 - March 31, 2018
Boise ID
United States
May 27

Each One, Teach One

May 27, 2018 - June 4, 2018

The Wassmuth Center e-Classroom is a storehouse of online modules, courses, and resource materials designed to reinforce and showcase the Center’s mission “to promote respect for human dignity and diversity through education and to foster individual responsibility to work for justice and peace.”

 

The e-Classroom is comprised of the following three categories:

  • Open Classroom – free public access to Center resources available through the Guest Login
  • K-12 Classroom – programming and resources designed to support K-12 teaching and learning; access requires registration
  • Community Classroom – programming and resources designed to support professional and staff development; access requires payment and registration

 

Available content modules; click to access and/or to register for a course.

OPEN CLASSROOM MODULES – free public access to Center resources available through the Guest Login

 

  • A.C.T. to be an Upstander
  • Bill Wassmuth – An Idaho Upstander
  • Creating Safe Spaces in Idaho’s Schools
  • Introduction to Human Rights

 

K-12 CLASSROOM MODULES – programming and resources designed to support K-12 teaching and learning; access requires registration

 

COMMUNITY CLASSROOM MODULES – programming and resources designed to support professional and staff development; access requires payment and registration

  • Books of Conscience
  • Human Dignity Project – Language and Privilege
  • Human Dignity Project – Understanding Discrimination
  • Human Dignity Project – LGBT Discrimination in the Company
  • Human Dignity Project – LGBT Discrimination in the Community
  • Human Dignity Project – LGBT Discrimination in the Courtroom
  • Human Dignity Project – LGBT Discrimination in the Classroom

 

Human Dignity Project

 

A blended learning opportunity that includes online and onsite training, the goal of the Human Dignity Project is to move from that which inspires to the full realization of human rights for all people. In this project we provide individuals, classrooms and businesses an opportunity to examine the manifestations of inequality, challenge the social construction of discrimination, and confront injustice wherever it occurs. It is our intention to provide programming that covers the pressing Human Rights topics in today’s global environment.

 

For more information, contact dignity@wassmuthcenter.org