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Peaceful School Bus Program – Hazelden Foundation

This video provides a short overview of the Peaceful School Bus Program (hazelden.org/peacefulschoolbus), a bullying prevention program designed to decrease inappropriate behavior on school buses while creating a climate of respect and cooperation.

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In a Responsive Classroom

Watch and listen to teachers and students from seven elementary schools where the Responsive Classroom approach is used.

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights animation

This video walks through the main points of the universal declaration of human rights using a text-heavy animation style.

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Help Increase the Peace (HIPP) program

HIPP is an experiential program for teens developed out of the Alternatives to Violence Project curriculum for prisons. It is an engaging program for building community, trust, conflict resolution skills and reducing violence. HIPP and AVP workshops have been done around the world with gang members, prisons and war zone victims. HIPP is a project of the American Friends Service Committee.

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Team Teaching: How to Work with a Partner

This video is from Edutopia explores cooperative teaching in high school. Through video observation, collaborative planning, and candid, constructive criticism, California high school math teachers Mike Fauteux and Rose Zapata have struck upon a formula to improve their practice and increase student achievement.

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Workable Peace Teacher Guide Video

An overview of the Workable Peace Curriculum in action. Workable Peace integrates the study of intergroup conflict and the development of crucial civic and social skills into social studies and humanities classes. A decade in development and classroom testing, Workable Peace was developed by the Consensus Building Institute (CBI) and the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. The Workable Peace Curriculum Units consist of a series of seven curriculum guides for secondary schools and youth programs. Each Curriculum Unit reflects core concepts and content in State and National curriculum standards. They have been been successfully used by middle and high schools across the United States and internationally, as well as by post-secondary institutions ranging from community colleges to the graduate level.

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