ERIC Number: ED381427
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Making Choices about Conflict, Security, and Peacemaking Part I: Personal Perspectives. A High School Conflict Resolution Curriculum. Field Test Version.
Lieber, Carol Miller
This document presents a variety of materials for classroom use to address the issues of conflict, security, and peacemaking. Designed for high school, the lessons are presented from a personal perspective and intended for several learning environments, including: (1) integration into traditional courses; (2) self-contained one to two week units; (3) interdisciplinary units in the humanities; (4) a year's thematic focus; (5) a learning strategy approach; (6) a skill-centered approach; (7) schoolwide conflict resolution programs; and (8) conferences, schoolwide projects, and special events. The topics featured are: (1) "Introduction"; (2) "Security in Your Life" (8 activities); (3) "Dealing with Differences" (12 activities); (4) "Exploring the Nature of Conflict" (11 activities); (5) "Resolving Interpersonal Conflict" (11 activities); (6) "Dealing with Anger and Violence" (13 activities); (7) "Perspectives on War and Peacemaking" (14 activities); and (8) "Tools for Participation, Decision Making, and Problem Solving." Primary documents also are included, as are complete lesson plan procedures. (EH)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Conflict Resolution, Cross Cultural Studies, Decision Making, Global Approach, Global Education, International Relations, Multicultural Education, Peace, Problem Solving, Prosocial Behavior, Secondary Education, Secondary School Curriculum, Security (Psychology), Teaching Methods, World Affairs
Educators for Social Responsibility, 23 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138.
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Sponsor: Missouri Univ., St. Louis. Center for International Studies.
Authoring Institution: Educators for Social Responsibility, Cambridge, MA.
Identifiers: Peace Education
Note: Part 2 projected for 1995 publication.