Home page and navigation bar

L'accueil et la barre de navigation

La recepción y la barra de navegación

You are invited to take part in any of the discussion questions. To write a reply or change language, you must be registered (click on "Register" below) and then log in.

Vous êtes invité à participer aux forums ci-dessous. Avant d'écrire, vous devez vous enregistrer (cliquez ci-dessous) et ensuite inscrivez vous.

Usted está invitado a participar de los forums que se encuentran aquí debajo. Antes de escribir, debe registrarse (clickear abajo) y entonces conectar..

» Welcome Guest

» Log In :: Register :: Search :: Help

» Bienvenue Invité

» Inscrire :: Enregistrer :: Rechercher :: Aide

» Bienvenido Invitado

» Conectar :: Registro :: Búsqueda :: Ayuda


[ Track this question :: Email this question :: Print this question ]

Question: What is the best way to teach peace to children? CPNN article: Teaching and Learning for Peace Foundation
CPNN Administrator
Posted: Dec. 31 1999,17:00

This discussion question applies to the following articles:

Teaching and Learning for Peace Foundation
Two  Free Videos for Relationship-Building Worldwide
A History Schoolbook to Learn Peace in the Balkans
From War Toys to Peace Art
Life-Link Friendship-Schools: Working with Schools in Arab Countries and UNESCO's Global Network
The Road to
La Promotion de la Culture de la Paix en débat au Forum d’El Moudjahid  (Algérie)
Promotion of a Culture of Peace Debated at Forum of El Moudjahid (Algeria)
Culture of Peace Presentation at Kitchener Collegiate Institute (Canada)
Peace Ambassadors - the Gambia: Summer School on Peace
Convenios que invitan a trabajar con y para los niños
Agreements with organizations to work with and for the children [Cuba]
Fomentarán cultura de paz (Nicaragua)
Promoting a Culture of Peace (Nicaragua)
En Tenango del Valle se Fomenta una Cultura de Paz (México)
Tenango del Valle Promotes a Culture of Peace (Mexico)
Atividades do Programa Vivendo Valores na Educação no Brasil
Activities of Living Values in Education Program in Brazil
UNESCO/ASPnet training on social cohesion begins
L'école autrement : les pédagogies du bonheur expliquées par Antonella Verdiani
Another kind of school : An education of happiness explained by Antonella Verdiani
Trinidad and Tobago: Students told to create a culture of peace in classrooms
Más de 100.000 escolares participan en la red de centros ‘Escuela: Espacio de Paz’ en Almería, Espana
Almería, Spain: Over 100,000 students participate in the network of centers "The school as a space of peace"

For more recent articles, click here.
Back to top
Profile PM 
Posted: Nov. 26 2007,21:53

Maria Montessori believed that peace was innate within children. Her timeless educational philosophy was developed around this basic understanding. Perhaps all we need to do as teachers is to provide stimulating learning environments that validate this knowing and understanding and nurture it. We may not have to actually teach it,  Sharing peace-building stories gently attends to this. Strong, creative and imaginative peace-building characters who focus upon win-win and have faith in peace being possible are at the centre of the story plots. In Hassaun Ali-Jones Bey's (Boundless Gratitude http://boundlessgratitude.com/products.html ) unique and mesmerising story, Black Ink is such a character who bravely crosses the universe seeking validation of what he knows in his heart. The magical character also models all the important peace-building values, understandings and actions needed for peace-building. I believe also that peace-building must be modelled and the whole teaching-learning environment should reflect similar values, understandings and actions...as is the primary focus of the Save the Children Australia UN Global Peace School Program upon which I am presently fortunate to be working. As Gandhi stated: 'If we want peace in the world then we need to begin with the children.' We need to listen to them. I also believe there are many ways to attend to peace-building..there's not just one way...and fun and creativity should be elements of any peace-learning programme with children working together. Parents are also teachers and they can choose to share peace-building stories with children as well.
Back to top
Profile PM 
-12 replies since Nov. 26 2007,05:57 < Next Oldest | Next Newest >

[ Track this question :: Email this question :: Print this question ]