The presentation defines Conflict Resolution Education (CRE) and discusses the relationship and benefits between CRE and Peace Education. The presentation slides also provide access to a list of general review articles of the topic.
Peace Education Research Project Summary, Seoul, South Korea
This presentation provides a Regional context of Peace in the Western Balkans. The discussion describes and highlights Regional Peace activities of 2009 and provides a look at upcoming peace activities for the future.
This summary provided an opportunity for Peace Education Conference participants to discuss and define Peace Education as it applies to Eastern and Central Africa. The presentation enhanced sharing and learning from countries where Peace Education has been included for a longer period in the school curriculum.
A review of key concepts of Peace Education.
Teaching conflict skills to adolescents can be challenging enough without adding the difficulties facing at-risk youth. Through grant funding and community collaboration, the UND Conflict Resolution Center developed a training protocol, training sessions and materials to teach conflict management skills, healthy decision making and non-violent choices to the at-risk youth population. The speakers will share their insights for what makes the program successful, what the kids say about their experience and what challenges exist.
Colombia es un país con muchas cosas positivas. Sin embargo, existe una violencia social generalizada que también se manifi¬esta de múltiples formas en la escuela y en la universidad. Esta conferencia pretende brindar un mayor conocimiento de esta problemática en el departamento de Santander, región noreste de Colombia. Igual-mente, pretende mostrar las investigaciones y propuestas que se están construyendo para hacer de las escuelas y las universi¬dades de Santander territorios de paz.
Colombia is a country with many positive things. However, there is widespread social violence that is manifested in many ways at schools and colleges. This session aims to provide a better understanding of this problem in the region of Santander (Departamento de Santander) northeastern Colombia. Also it aims to show the research and proposals that are being developed to make schools and universities Santander territories for peace.
This presentation reviews how to design, market and implement a School-Based Restorative Justice (RJ) Program. The presentation provides insight, information and valuable recommendations based on past experiences in developing a very successful program.
Slides used by Richard Goldsworthy as part of his presentation at the CREducation.org sponsored webinar entitled “Conflict Resolution Educational Gaming: Behind the Scenes with Cool School & Harmony Island”. He presents the some of the story behind the multimedia conflict resolution game Harmony Island developed with support from an NIH grant.
This presentation by Tricia Jones was part of a larger panel session entitled “A World View of Conflict Resolution Education/Peace Education.” Dr. Jones’ portion explores the questions – What are the major challenges we face in continuing the CRE/PE work? How do concerns about efficacy, extant research, infrastructures, and policy influence suggest directions for a future action agenda for PE/CRE work?
This presentation provides an overview of character education efforts in states throughout the United States.
The outline, agenda, and objectives for the entire summit.
Outlines a course given by the OAS to help participants improve the evaluation of polices and programs in education.
Explores examples of service learning implementation in various states as a model to implement SEL, CRE, PE, CE.
The presentation summarizes the efforts and findings of an OAS study on national polices in education for democratic citizenship through out the Americas.