Teaching conflict and conflict resolution in school: (Extra-) curricular considerations

Teaching conflict and conflict resolution in school: (Extra-) curricular considerations

Report that explored “the school factors that influence young people’s developing understandings of war, conflict, and peace … as children grow, they develop understandings about interpersonal and social conflict, about procedures for handling it, and about the violence and war that may emerge when conflicts are not resolved, in school, official curricula guide children’s and adolescents’ development of understanding about war, conflict and peace, at least as powerfully, young people also learn about conflict from the implicit curricula of student activities, teacher and peer responses to political events, school governance, and discipline practices.”

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  • Author: Kathy Bickmore
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