All Curricula

Out of Eden Learn currently offers three different learning experiences, or curricula:

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Core Learning Journey 1: The Present and the Local
is designed to introduce students to the principles of “slow journalism”– that is, learning to observe their everyday surroundings carefully and to listen attentively to others. We also give students the opportunity to share stories and perspectives with others in their walking party and to document their everyday lives and local communities.


Core Learning Journey 2: The Past and the Global builds on those principles. It also introduces more explicit opportunities for students to reflect on how their own lives connect to bigger human stories. Because Core Learning Journey 2 builds off ideas that are introduced in Core Learning Journey 1, students typically complete the first learning journey before moving onto the second.

In Stories of Human Migration, students are invited to

  • Explore connections and stories in our own and others’ lives related to the broad theme of human migration.
  • Develop a more nuanced understanding of the topic of human migration, including an appreciation of the complex factors involved in migration and the diverse and multi-faceted nature of individual migration experiences
  • Consider what it means to navigate cultures and places in the world today, including the places where we live.
  • Develop a critical awareness of their own perspective with regards human migration, and the potential role of the media and socio-political contexts in terms of helping shape our perspectives
  • Engage around the topic of migration – be that through active and open discussion on the platform and/or by talking about or taking action related to migration beyond Out of Eden Learn

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