3 edition of Peace education found in the catalog.
1984 by S. Martin"s College .
Written in English
|Statement||David W. Hicks.|
|Series||Occassional paper / Centre for Peace Studies -- no.6, Occasional paper (S. Martin"s College. Centre for Peace Studies) -- no.7.|
|Contributions||S. Martin"s College. Centre for Peace Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Peace Education Evaluation Learning from Experience and Exploring Prospects. Edited by: Celina Del Felice, Humble Bees Aaron Karako Andria Wisler A volume in the series: Peace (s): Laura Finley, Barry Cooper, Nova Southeastern University.
Published INTRODUCTION Peace education is the process of acquiring the values, the knowledge and developing the attitudes, skills, and behaviors to live in harmony with oneself, with others, and with the natural environment.
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Citation search. Citation search book review Citizenship education and global migration: Implications for theory, research, and teaching. Carter Published online: 21 Mar Conflict & Peace is a peace education studies course for adult education.
It is accompanied by a teacher’s book with instructions, facilitation notes for activities, answers and ideas for additional activities. It comes in two units. Books Express via United States: ISBN Publisher: McFarland Publishing, REV.
pages. Harris (education policy and community studies, U. of Wisconsin- Milwaukee) and Morrison, founder and director of Pax Educare in Hartford, Connecticut, offer advice to teachers, scholars, church and community leaders, and peace movement activists on how to teach others to understand and /5(10).
Welcome to; The Children's Peace Education & Anti-Bias Library. Content is CopyrightJulie Olsen Edwards. Website and database design are Copyright The field of peace education has significantly developed over the past decades from the training course in nonviolence to constructive learning about human rights, cooperative values, active communication, conflict resolution, disarmament and peace-building.(Poleo, Antonio & Harris, Ian).Author: Olga Vorkunova.
Forward-thinking pedagogues as well as peace researchers have, in recent decades, cast a critical eye over teaching content and methodology with the aim of promulgating notions of peace and sustainability in education.
This volume gives voice to the reflections of educational theorists and practitio. The book’s purpose is to assist peacebuilders and peace educators, as information is shared from one country to another, through the text.
The research for this book will also be a basis for the creation of a Global Peace Education Index (GPEI) – ranking states and societies (Institutions, schools and organizations) on their efforts and.
Eco-peace, a more recently developed branch of peace education, calls for the need to consider creating peace with the world as a whole, including all living things and our natural 6 Reardon, Betty A.
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I quickly made connections between peace education and the music programs I had seen in Rio de Janeiro. 50 Books about Peace and Social Justice A Book of Peace. Photographed by Eric Futran. Albert Whitman, 24 pages.
Ages 3 - 7 and distributed by educational and/or nonprofit organizations so long as credit is given to the Cooperative Children's Book Center, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
EGP is an organization which is building a global network and movement that seeks to bring about a world based on cultures of peace. Following the belief that the foundation of peacebuilding is peace education, EGP is committed to developing projects and strategies on peace education at.
Peace Education: • presents views on the nature of peace education, its history, and relationships to neighboring fields; • examines relevant psychological and pedagogical principles, such as the contact experience, conciliation through personal story telling, reckoning with traumatic memories, body-work, and the socio-emotional aspects of reconciliation; and • introduces an array of.
Peace education activities promote the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will help people either to prevent the occurrence of conflict, resolve conflicts peacefully, or create social conditions conducive to peace.
Core values of nonviolence and social justice are central to peace education. Nonviolence is manifested through values such as.