2 edition of Peace education in the schools found in the catalog.
Peace education in the schools
Kenneth W. Osborne
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Kenneth W. Osborne ; editors, Alexander Gregor, David Jenkinson.|
|Series||Monographs in education (Winnipeg, Man.) -- 20.|
|Contributions||Gregor, Alexander Douglas, 1944-, Jenkinson, David, Ph.D.|
|LC Classifications||LB2325 .M65 no.20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 173 p. --|
|Number of Pages||173|
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This book was made possible by a grant from the Prize and we are profoundly grateful to the Evens Foundation that we have the opportunity to publish it. School communities that promote peace education, empower students with the ability to make a difference require that young people learn how to deal with conflict and ct avoided smolders and can burn up a school.
Conflict that stems from strong differences of opinions, may be attached to long-held beliefs, often based on religion, gender, race and ethnic differences, and the.
PEACE EDUCATION Peace education encompasses the key concepts of education and peace. While it is possible to define education as a process of systematic institutionalized transmission of knowledge and skills, as well as of basic values and norms that are accepted in a certain society, the concept of peace is less clearly defined.
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Ana Margarida Esteves. Pages: How is peace education carried out in different venues—colleges, schools, and community groups. How is peace taught in different cultures.
The editors welcome manuscripts about war and peace and other peace studies themes that exhibit a clear connection to teaching and learning for solutions to promoting harmony and to building a peaceful world.
The Peace Education Foundation is a leader in the field of conflict resolution curricula and training. We write and publish materials that are currently in use in more t schools around the world. Mexico TWB launched the Peace Education Program in Mexico at Lazaro Cardenas High School in Tijuana for 20 International Baccalaureate program teachers and other Tijuana high schools.
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Summary of Peace Education in Societies Involved in Intractable Conflicts: Direct and Indirect Models by Daniel Bar-Tal and Yigal Rosen Summary was written by Rachael Rackley, School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR), George Mason University, in October Citation: "Peace Education in Societies Involved in Intractable Conflicts: Direct and Indirect Models." Review of Educational.
This book seeks to provide a range of epistemological, policy, pedagogical, curriculum and institutional analyses aimed at facilitating meaningful engagement toward a more robust and critical examination of the role that schools play (and can play) in framing war, militarization and armed conflict and, significantly, the connection to peace.
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The very notion of what is meant by peace, at least domestically, has been profoundly affected by the events of Septem The present volume begins with a discussion of the concepts of peace and peace education/5(10).Rationale for and Approaches to Peace Education: BOOK 1: Learning to Abolish War - Teaching Toward a Culture of Peace.
BOOK 2: Learning to Abolish War - Sample Learning Units for Elementary, Middle and Secondary School. BOOK 3: Learning to Abolish War - Teacher Training.
Peace Lessons from Around the World.Peace education is an umbrella term for education about problems of violence and strategies for peace.
This bibliography provides references for books about the following aspects of peace education—conflict resolution, conflict resolution education, nonviolence, peace, peace education, sustainability education, and war and violence.