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7 Blossoms of Peace Education

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Daryn Cambridge

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Transcript of 7 Blossoms of Peace Education

Cultivating Peace and Nonviolence in Teaching and Learning
7 Blossoms of Peace Education
Community Building
Engaging Multiple Intelligences
Nurturing Emotional Intelligence
Exploring Approaches to Peace
Re-framing History
Transforming Conflicts Nonviolently
Skill Building
Finding things that unite and bind us together as a group, while at the same time respecting and celebrating our differences. Embracing the interests, experiences, and goals of the community to shape the learning environment and gain ownership of the learning experience.
How are we getting to know the people with whom we are learning?
How are we creating a sense of responsibility and accountability among our community of learners?
Balancing the learning experience by engaging learners in ways that play to their strengths while also challenging them to develop other intelligences.
How are we facilitating the learning experience so students can thrive as unique learners?
How are we preparing our community of learners for potential learning challenges?
Breaking the ideal, overarching concept of peace into manageable bites and methods of actualization.
How are we comprehending the various ways in which one can view and create “peace?”
How are we exploring peace through methods of actualization?
Acknowledging the emotions, feelings, and experiences that each learner brings to the learning environment and helping them find ways to cope with those emotions. Also, nurturing compassion and empathy among students in ways that allow them to be sensitive and aware of each other’s emotions.
Challenging the dominance of violence and war in the narratives of cultures, countries, and peoples. Changing the lens through which we look at major historical shifts, construct heroes, and develop cultural norms.
How are we challenging the dominance of violence and war in the narratives of countries, cultures, and peoples?
How are we celebrating the achievements of peace and nonviolence?
•How are we being sensitive to the emotions that students bring into the learning environment?
•How are we fostering compassion and empathy among our community of learners?
•How can we embrace and prepare for the inevitability of conflict?
•How can we resolves, wage, and manage conflicts nonviolently?
Embracing the inevitability of conflict by practicing nonviolent ways to wage it, manage it, and resolve it.
All these pillars build up and reinforce the end goal of building, practicing, and adopting life skills that empower individuals to bring about peace in the world around them – interpersonal skills, intrapersonal skills, analytical skills, conflict resolution skills, organizing skills, and learning skills.
How are we encouraging the skills developed in the classroom to be practiced outside of the classroom?
How can we assess whether or not we are meeting our peace objective?
Group Agreements
Mix It Up Days
Buddy Pairs
Ice Breakers
Cooperative Learning
Learning Space Design
Name Games
Thought-Provoking Questions
Reflective Listening
Check-Ins
Emotional Vocabulary
Yoga & Mindfulness
Interpersonal
Verbal Linguistic
Logical Mathematical
Visual Spatial
Bodily Kinesthetic
Musical
Naturalistic
Quiet Time
Conflict Styles
Peer Mediation
Peace Corners
Dialogue Circles
Restorative Justice
Nonviolence
Elise Boulding
Colman McCarthy
Howard Zinn
Steven Pinker
Erica Chenoweth
Maria Stephan
Mary King
Gene Sharp
James Loewen
Michael True
7 Strategies for Peace
5 Spheres of Peace
30 Days of Good Challenge
PeaceLearner Commitments
Goal Setting
Theater of the Oppressed
Listening Styles
Maximize
Minimize
Interpersonal
Analytical
Conflict Resolution
Intrapersonal
Organizing
Learning
Interpersonal
Comprehensive Peace Education
Positive Psychology
Daryn Cambridge
Peace Educator in Residence
American University

Community Action Initiatives
Mingle
The Seville Statement on Violence
Conflict Resolution Training
Disarmament Education
Edu for Prevention of War
Environmental Education
Global Education
Human Rights Education
Multicultural Education
Nuclear Education
World-Order Studies
Peace through Strength
Peace through Justice
Peace through Transformation
Peace through Politics
Peace through Sustainability
Peace Education
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