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Below are the most recently added items to our extensive conflict resolution education full-text resources catalog. You can use the pagination at the bottom of the page to see more.

Peace and Non-Violence Curriculum - Grade 12 Social Studies

  • Author: Cecil Ramnaraine
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2010
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This 218-page curriculum guide is designed for use with grade 12 Social Studies classes, but can be adapted for grades 7-11. It provides a 12-week structured curriculum exploring topics related… View Full Record
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Peace and Nonviolence Curriculum Grades 1-6

  • Author: Cecil Ramnaraine
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This curriculum focused on nonviolence in daily life provides profiles of 12 peacemakers and provides suggested activities and a bibliography with suggested readings. The peacemaker profiles include Franz Jagerstatter, Martin… View Full Record
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An Integrated Primary Peace Curriculum: A Beginning

  • Publisher: BC Teachers' Federation
  • Author: Tina Anderson
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2007
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This resource package includes integrated primary peace education activities and worksheets related to language arts, literature, math, science, social studies, art, music and drama plus ideas for peace themed presentations… View Full Record
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Inside Contexts - Encountering Conflict

  • Publisher: Victoria Association for the Teaching of English
  • Author: Phil Canon, Andrea Hayes, Frances Flanagan
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This guide for educators explores the concept of conflict as a way to teach English in an interesting way. It was developed by the Victoria Association for the Teaching of… View Full Record
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Leading a Workshop on Conflict Management for Teaching Assistants

  • Publisher: The Journal of Graduate Teaching Assistant Development
  • Author: Diane Zorn, Barb Bloemhof
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/1999
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: Article Abstract: The aim of this article is to share a conflict management workshop that the authors developed to train teaching assistants to proactively manage conflict, achieve productive results for… View Full Record
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Peace Education: State of the Field and Lessons Learned from USIP Grantmaking

  • Publisher: United States Institute for Peace
  • Author: Mari Fitzduff, Isabella Jean
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2011
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This report, authored by Professors Mari Fitzduff and Isabella Jean of Brandeis University on behalf of the United States Institute for Peace (USIP), “is a result of an initiative to… View Full Record
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Arts, Creativity and Intercultural Conflict Resolution Literature and Resource Review

  • Publisher: University of British Columbia
  • Author: Michelle LeBaron, Danyta Welch
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2006
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: This 121-page literature and resource review was developed in 2004 and 2005 by the CRANE (Conflict Resolution, Arts and iNtercultural Experience) project at the University of British Columbia. The materials… View Full Record
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Exploring Humanitarian Law Curriculum Package

  • Publisher: International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Author: International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2009
  • Format: html
  • Description: Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL) is an adaptable toolkit that gives educators easy-to-use materials to expose students to issues of international humanitarian law, the rules that ensure respect for life and… View Full Record
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Nonviolence: An Assertive Approach to Conflict

  • Publisher: Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility
  • Author: Marieke Van Woerkom
  • Resource Release Date: 11/01/2011
  • Format: html
  • Description: This 50-minute activity lesson plan takes the Occupy Wall Street protest movement as a jumping off point to explore different approaches to resolving conflicts. The lesson is structured to help… View Full Record
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Quick Guide to Implementing a Peer Mediation Program

  • Publisher: School Mediation Associates
  • Author: Richard Cohen
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: A 7-page pdf providing a series of annotated questions designed to help a school plan for the implementation of a peer mediation program. Draws on the many years of experience… View Full Record
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Restorative Justice: A Working Guide for Our Schools

  • Publisher: Alameda County School Health Services Coalition
  • Author: Jon Kiddle, Rita Alfred
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2011
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: The purpose of this publication, available as a 43-page pdf, is to provide support and guidance for teachers, health workers, community leaders, and school personnel who seek to implement Restorative… View Full Record
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Don't Laugh at Me Teachers Guide: Grades 2-5 Creating a Ridicule-Free Classroom

  • Publisher: Operation Respect
  • Author: Peter Yarrow Productions, Laura Parker Roerden
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2000
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: Don’t Laugh At Me provides an effective tool for establishing a caring climate in which the emotional and physical abuse children suffer because of peer ridicule, bullying and other asocial… View Full Record
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The Role of Restorative Justice in Teen Courts: A Preliminary Look

  • Publisher: National Youth Court Center, American Probation and Parole Association
  • Author: Tracy Godwin
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2001
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: In March 2000, the American Probation and Parole Association convened a focus group to examine and discuss the role of restorative justice in teen court programs (also called youth and… View Full Record
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Help Increase the Peace Program - sample activities

  • Publisher: American Friends Service Committee
  • Format: pdf
  • Description: A selection of 10 sample activities from the fourth edition of the Help Increase the Peace Program (HIPP) manual for high school age youth. HIPP is an experiential program for… View Full Record
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Step Up: A Curriculum for Teens Who Are Violent at Home

  • Publisher: King County Judicial Administration, Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse
  • Author: Lily Anderson, Greg Routt
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2004
  • Format: html
  • Description: The Step-Up curriculum is designed for counselors who facilitate groups with teens who have been violent towards a parent or family member. The curriculum uses a cognitive behavioral approach to… View Full Record
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