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Educating for a culture of peace

Author: Riane Tennenhaus Eisler; Ron Miller
Publisher: Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, ©2004.
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"Riane Eisler and Ron Miller have joined with thirteen other proponents for peace education, including famed children's troubadour Raffi, to present a crucial collection of essays that will help you create instructional practices and lessons that model the tools students need to turn aside culturally conditioned predilections toward domination and violence and, instead, embrace ideals that enable them to transform  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Educating for a culture of peace.
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, ©2004
(OCoLC)631646843
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Riane Tennenhaus Eisler; Ron Miller
ISBN: 0325007268 9780325007267
OCLC Number: 54988958
Description: x, 223 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: I: The urgent need to educate for peace --
Introduction / Ron Miller --
Education for a culture of peace / Riane Eisler --
Darwin's lost theory and the hidden crisis in western education / David Loye --
II: Education as a human connection --
Education for integrity: connection, compassion, and character / Rachael Kessler --
Nonviolent partnership parenting and teaching: leaving behind the old control model / Thomas Gordon --
On being a caring teacher / Doralice Lange De Souza Rocha --
Creating a culture of peace with nonviolent communication / Sura Hart --
III: How schools would be different in a culture of peace --
Emphasizing variety rather than commonality: educating young children for a culture of peace / Lisa S. Goldstein --
If we could really feel: the need for emotions of care within the disciplines / Dierdre Bucciarelli --
Dandelions and deadlines: the preservation of childhood as a temporal location / Chip Wood --
Music: a culture of peace / Raffi --
IV: Moving from dominator to partnership culture --
From gladiator to midwife: birthing "the beloved community" of partnership in a black studies classroom / Paulette Pierce --
Strategies for teaching caring and empowerment: drawing from African American, Mexican American, and native American traditions / Linda Bynoe --
What is the language of care and social justice that we use in schools? / Carl A. Grant, LaVonne J. Williams.
Responsibility: edited by Riane Eisler and Ron Miller ; foreword by Nel Noddings.
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"Riane Eisler and Ron Miller have joined with thirteen other proponents for peace education, including famed children's troubadour Raffi, to present a crucial collection of essays that will help you create instructional practices and lessons that model the tools students need to turn aside culturally conditioned predilections toward domination and violence and, instead, embrace ideals that enable them to transform their relationships through a belief in compassion, caring, respect, and diversity. This vitally important book includes not only a strong rationale for why teaching for peace is utterly necessary, but also specific chapters dealing with issues that teachers encounter every day."--Jacket.

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