ERIC Number: ED071958
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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Ways and Means of Teaching About World Order.
World Law Fund, New York, NY. School Program.
These newsletters are a regular feature of the edition of the Progress Report sent to teachers, and further, supplement the World Law Fund's catalog of publications. Issues provide teachers with professional information on materials and techniques for teaching about world order. Typical inclusions present sample lesson plans and unit descriptions, announce new curriculum materials and innovative teaching techniques, and list resources on organizations, documents, selected bibliographies, and resource centers dealing with topics relating to teaching about world order. The eight issues, all dealing generally with world order, focus on foreign relations, peace, futurism, international education, racism, economic development, human rights, arms policy, and war. Those interested in receiving the mailings should request that their name be placed on the mailing list. (SJM)
Descriptors: Developed Nations, Developing Nations, Disarmament, Economic Development, Futures (of Society), International Education, International Law, International Relations, Newsletters, Peace, Resource Materials, Secondary Education, Social Change, Social Studies, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement, Values, War, World Affairs, World Problems
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Authoring Institution: World Law Fund, New York, NY. School Program.