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Table of Contents

Special Thanks

Foreword by Yogesh K Gandhi

Preface

How This Book Came to Be

Introduction

Using this guide: notes for teachers and parents

Integrating learning the skills of peacemaking

Into other content areas (chart)

Creating a peaceful school

Creating a peer mediation program in your school

Developing and leading parent workshops

Lessons on teaching the skills of peacemaking

STAGE 1: PEACE BEGINS WITH ME

  • Lesson I Creating a Peaceful Classroom
  • Lesson 2 Resolving Conflicts — "The Quick Method" (K-2)
  • Lesson 3 Resolving Conflicts — "The Quick Method" (3-6)
  • Lesson 4 I'm a Special and Unique Person
  • Lesson 5 Defining Peace
  • Bulletin Board 1: Peace Means Taking Care of Ourselves,
  • Each Other, and Our Earth
  • Lesson 6 The Process of Affirming
  • Lesson 7 Defining Conflict Resolution
  • Lesson 8 What Gets in the Way of Resolving Conflicts
  • Lesson 9 Using "I Messages"
  • Lesson 10 Win/Win Guidelines
  • Lesson II What Else Can I Do?
  • Lesson 12 Reflective Listening
  • Lesson 13 Cooperative Group Simulations
  • Lesson 14 Creative Brainstorming
  • Lesson 15 Brainstorming Solutions to Conflicts
  • Lesson 16 Taking Care of Our Earth
  • Lesson 17 Taking Care of People in Our Community
  • Lesson 18 Taking Care of Those Who Are Hungry
  • Lesson 19 The Basic Needs of People
  • Lesson 20 We Are All Interconnected
  • Lesson 21 What Is a Peacemaker
  • Lesson 22 Things I'm Good At
  • Bulletin Board 2: Things I'm Good At
  • Lesson 23 Using Peacemaking Logs
  • Lesson 24 Peacemaking Logs: Feeling Special
  • Lesson 25 Peacemaker of the Week
  • Bulletin Board 3: Peacemakers of the Week
  • Lesson 26 Peacemakers in My Life
  • Measuring the Understandings Learned in This Guide

STAGE II: INTEGRATING PEACEMAKING INTO OUR LIVES

  • Lesson 27 Peace Starts with Me
  • Lesson 28 Making Ethical Choices I
  • Lesson 29 Making Ethical Choices II
  • Lesson 30 Making Ethical Choices III
  • Lesson 31 Making Ethical Choices IV
  • Lesson 32 Connecting to the World Around Us
  • Lesson 33 Our Visions Are Special
  • Bulletin Board 4: Our Visions Are Special
  • Lesson 34 Our Vision of a Peaceful School
  • Bulletin Board 5: A Peaceful School Looks Like This
  • Lesson 35 The Nicest Thing About
  • Bulletin Board 6: The Nicest Thing About
  • Lesson 36 Being Different is OK
  • Lesson 37 Other People Are Different Too
  • Bulletin Board 7: We Celebrate Our Differences 2
  • Lesson 38 Our Feelings Are OK 3
  • Lesson 39 My Friend Is Different and He/She Is Special
  • Lesson 40 Human Differences: Being Jaime
  • Lesson 41 Different Flags of Different Lands
  • Lesson 42 Different Flags: Oral Reports
  • Lesson 43 Taking Part In Our Communities
  • Lesson 44 Sentence Writing Using Familiar Terms
  • Lesson 45 Conflicts in the News
  • Bulletin Board 8: Problems in the News: Kids Have the Answers!
  • Lesson 46 Finding the Peacemakers
  • Bulletin Board 9: Peacemakers in our World
  • Lesson 47 Building a "Civilization of Love"
  • Measuring the Understandings Learned in This Guide

STAGE III: EXPLORING OUR ROOTS AND INTERCONNECTEDNESS

  • Lesson 48 Group Brainstorming—Global Issues
  • Lesson 49 "I Messages/You Messages" in Global Issues
  • Lesson 50 We Are All From Different Places
  • Bulletin Board 10: Roots Feed the Tree of Life
  • Lesson 51 Countries of Origin
  • Lesson 52 Living in Harmony
  • Lesson 53 Oral Reports: Our Countries of Origin
  • Lesson 54 The Ladder of Peacemaking
  • Bulletin Board II: The Ladder of Peacemaking
  • Lesson 55 We Are Different, We Are the Same
  • Lesson 56 Being Global Citizens
  • Lesson 57 Murals: A World at Peace
  • Lesson 58 Designing a World Flag
  • Lesson 59 Commitments for the Future
  • Measuring the Understandings Learned in This Guide

Program Evaluation

Conclusion

Bibliography

Appendix: Blackline Masters



 

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