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Pedagogy of Peace

Explorations for teacher and teacher educators.
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Marti Anderson

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Pedagogy of Peace

Replace the Inner Critic with
the Peaceful Observer.
Linda Popov
Towards a Pedagogy of Peace
How is education violent?
Students don't have choice,
are belittled by grades and
teaching styles.
Teachers are controlled by externally-
created syllabi, texts and TESTING.
Is it possible to teach . . .
so that people stop killing
each other?
Mary Rose O'Reilley
Education becomes
counter-intuitive
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Ways to a
Pedagogy of Peace

Reflective Practice
Is there a violence in
education?
Co-created Curriculum
Experiential Learning
fear and loathing
"What we know about individuals,
no matter how rich the details,
will never give us the ability to
predict how they will behave as a system. . .
Relationships change us, reveal us, evoke
more from us."
Wheatley and Kellner-Rogers, Centered on the Edge
Violence in education involves anything
in the educational process that diminishes,
flattens or dilutes the spirit of the individual.
One could replace the word violence
with violated, belittled or controlled.
The individual feels a loss of autonomy,
self-respect, self-authority.
Welcoming soul back
in to our schools.
Rachel Kessler
"When students feel genuinely listened to
they begin to sense their significance as human beings."
Rachel Kessler
"We began to discover that as teachers,
one of our jobs is to help a student find her
'sacred center' the place where she stands
at the crossroads of human experience."
O'Reilley
Seeing large,
seeing small.
Maxine Greene
Circles
We have to prepare our students
for THEIR future - the lives THEY
will live. Not ours.
John Dewey 1940s
Peace within
Peace in the World
Thich Nhat Hanh
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