EDUCATION

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EDUCATION
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PEACE
NEGATIVE PEACE
Absence of war
Violence
POSITIVE PEACE
Presence of
justice at all
level
Structural Violence
Socio-cultural Violence
Ecological Violence
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LEVEL OF PEACE
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THE PEACEABLE TEACHINGLEARNING PROCESS
COGNITIVE PHASE
ACTIVE PHASE
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AFFECTIVE PHASE
WHY EDUCATE
FOR PEACE?
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PEACE EDUCATION IS?
*PEACE EDUCATION IS A PRACTIVAL
ALTERNATIVE
*PEACE EDUCATION IS AN ETHICAL
IMPERATIVE
*PEACE EDUCATION’S SCHEMA OF
KNOWLEDGE,SKILLS AND
ATTITUDES/VALUES
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EDUCATION FOR PEACE: List of
knowledge Areas, Skills and
Attitudes/Values
*KNOWLEDGE CONTENT AREA
1.Holistic Concept of Peace
2.Conflict and Violence
3.Some Peaceful Alternative
-Disarment
-Development Base on
Justice
-Nonviolence
-Conflict Resolution -Democratization
-Human Rights
-Sustainable Developmet
-Human Solidarity
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ATTITUDE VALUES
*Self-respect
*Social Responsibility
*Respect for Others
*Positive Vision
*Respect for Life/Nonviolence
*Gender Equality
*Compassion
*Global Concern
*Ecological Concern
*Cooperation
*Openness/Tolerance
*Justice
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SKILLS
1.Reflection
2.Critical Thinking and Analysis
3.Decision-making
4.Imagination
5.Communication
6.Conflict Resolution
7.Empathy
8.Group Building
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UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF
HUMAN RIGHTS
ARTICLE 1: Right to Equality
ARTICLE 2: Freedom from Discrimination
ARTICLE 3:Right to Life, Liberty, Personal Security
ARTICLE 5:Freedom from Torture and Degrading Treatment
ARTICLE 6:Right to Recognition as a Person before the Law
ARTICLE 7:Right to Equality before the Law
ARTICLE 8:Right to Fair Public Hearing
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5 MAJOR TYPES OF HUMAN
RIGHT
CIVIL RIGHTS
POLITICAL RIGHTS
ECONOMIC RIGHTS
SOCIAL RIGHTS
CULTURE RIGTHS
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PROMOTING NONVIOLENCE
• -Nonviolence is the refusal to do harm
to other humans as life is sacred and is
an absolute value. It is anchored on
the belief that human have the
potential to change
--MOHANDAS GANDHI
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WHY NONVIOLENCE?
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POSSIBLE CAUSES OF WAR
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THE EFFECTS OF WAR
PEACE EDUCATION AND WAR
SYSTEM
“If war begin in
the minds of men,
then it in the
minds of men that
defenses of peace
must be
constructed.”
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PEACE EDUCATION
*PEACE
*EDUCATION
-Is a force that can help reduce inter-group
conflicts by enlarging people’s social
identifications beyond parochial ones.
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THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN
EDUCATION
-Help alter thought with regard to the
inevitability of war.
HUMAN
-Should understand that making a war is a
choice, not a manifest destiny.
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PEACE EDUCATION
-Help us to enhance thoughts that the world is divided into
GOOOD GUYS and BAD GUYS and winning over the bad
guys is the way to go.
-Seeks to teach the concept of oneness of human race.
-Teach us that peaceful conflict resolution skills will also
help learners to understand that conflict may be approached
constructively and there are better workable alternatives to
violence.
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POVERTY
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CHALLENGING ECONOMIC
INEQUILITY
GLOBAL
*Establish a new international and political
economic order that is fair.
*Wealthy countries should open up their markets to
poor countries without conditionality.
*Developed countries should provide
unconditional dept relief as it is the foreign
debt burden that compels most developing
country reduce allocations for basic social
and economic services.
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-Assistance given to developing nations should be
in the form of grants without conditions that firther
push the country in the bottom of the poverty
cauldron.
-Rich countries should open access to technologies
as technology helps propel.
-Reduce military expenditures so that more
resources would be made available.
-A genuine and comprehensive agrarian reform
program should be implemented.
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-Government should increase subsidy for education
which helps even the playing field.
-Government and private lending institution should
institute credit reforms that will support small and
medium scale entrepreneurs.
-Progressive taxation reform should be instituted to
increase the purchasing power of poor.
-Rural infrastructure, such as farm to market roads
and drying facilities fir harvest , should be
developed.
-Government should make itself more accessible
and visible to the people through decentralization.
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-Transnational corporation should be obliged to
make contribution to community development and
environmental protection.
-Reduces military expenditures so that the more
resources would be made available for basic
services and productive activities.
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RESOLVING AND TRANSFORMING
CONFLICTS
CONFLICT
-From the word “CONFLICTUS” which
means striking together with force.
-natural part of life.
-can be Managed and resolved
constructively.
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WHY DO
CONFLICTS ARISE?
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DEALING WITH ANGER IN A
CONFLICT SITUATION
-Recognize that you are angry,
-Distance yourself from the situation.
-Release anger physically indirect forms.
-Use relaxation techniques.
-Calm your mind.
-Apply therapeutic techniques.
-Turn to spiritual support.
-Use social support.
-Redirect energy.
-Cry it out.
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MAIN OPTION IN DEALING WITH
CONFLICT
*AVOIDANCE OR WITHDRAWAL,
*AGGRESSION
*ACCOMMODATION
*COMPROMISE
*COLLABORATION
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SOME TIPS TO A GOOD DIALOGUE
*SPEAK IN A GENTLE
*THINK CAREFULLY OF WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO SAY.
*USE THE I-MESSAGE.
*ADMIT YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY TO THE CONFLICT.
*AVOID USING HAZY STATEMENTS AND GLOBAL WORD SUCH AS
“ALWAYS” AND “NEVER”.
*BE WILLING TO TELL THE OTHER PERSON HIS/HER POSITIVE
ATTRIBUTES.
*SHOW POSITIVE REGARD AND RESPECT.
*BE TOUGH ON THE PROBLEM, NOT ON THE PERSON.
* DON’T TAKE ANYTHING PERSONALLY.
*BE SOLUTION-ORIENTED.
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LEARNING TIPS
*ACTIVELY LISTEN.
*LISTEN WITH EMPATHY AND TRY TO STAND IN THE
SHOE OF OTHER.
*ACCEPT CRITICISCM OF YOUR IDEAS OR
BEHAVIOR.
*PARAPHRASE WHAT YOU HEARD AND CLARIFY
WHEN NEEDED
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PEACEABLE CLASSROOM
*DECLARE YOUR CLASSROOM A ZONE OF PEACE
AND ESTABLISH RULES TO ACHIEVE IT.
*AS THE TEACHER, LET THIS PEACE BEGIN WITH
YOU.
*AFFIRM YOUR STUDENTS.
*EXPRESS FEELINGS APPROPRIATELY AND
ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO DO SO.
*ENCOURAGE RESPECT FOR AND ACCEPTANCE OF
DIFFERENCES.
*EMPLOY MORE COOPERATIVE THAN COMPETETIVE
ACTIVITIES.
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*TEACH THE STUDENT HOW TO RESOLVE
CONFLICTS PEACEFULLY AND CONSTRUCTIVELY.
*PRACTIVE STUDENTS’ SKILLS FOR
COMMUNICATION
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TEACHING-LEARNING
APPROACHES AND STRATEGIES
IN PEACE EDUCATION
*DISCUSSION
*PAIR SHARE
*VISUALIZATION
*PERSPECTIVE-TALKING
*ROLE-PLAYING
*SIMULATION GAMES
*PROBLEM-SOLVING
*CONSIDERING POSISTIONS
*ENCOURAGING ACTIONS
*READING OR WRITING A QUOTAION
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*WEB-CHARTING
*TELLING STORIES, INCLUDING PERSONAL STORIES
*SONG/POEM ANALYSIS
*SENTENCE COMPLETION
*JOURNAL WRITNING/INDIVIDUAL REFLECTION
*GO-ROUND
*TEACHABLE MOMENTS
*INTERVIEWS/RESEARCH
*EXPERT RESOURCES
*RECIPROCAL TEACHING
*TWINNING PROJECTS
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*DIALOGUES
*EXPOSURE TRIPS
*USE IF GLOBES AND MAPS
*BRAINSTORMING
*READING QUOTATION
*USE OF CHARTS AND GRAPHS
*CASE STUDIES
*COLLAGE-MAKING
*SHOW AND TELL
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