When creativity and pedagogy come together, a new world can open up for learners. Creative pedagogy nurtures the ability to think outside the box and uniquely equips students to take on the challenges of today.
The Gloria Fuertes School of Andorra demonstrates the “transformative power of education” at the UNESCO National Meeting of Schools
The Gloria Fuertes Public School of Special Education in Andorra hosted the XXXIV National Meeting of UNESCO Schools, and the event showed “the transformative power of education.”
Emina Frljak stresses that education can be a space for nurturing and developing cultures of peace or cultures of war. Peace education is a way to nurture our relationships with one another, save humanity, and take care of and preserve this Planet for those who will come after us since we are only guests for a short time.
What can education concretely (and realistically) do to mitigate contemporary threats and foster lasting peace?
This white paper presented by the Global Campaign for Peace Education provides an overview of the role and potential of peace education for addressing contemporary and emergent global threats and challenges to peace. In doing so, it provides an overview of contemporary threats; outlines the foundations of an effective transformative approach to education; reviews the evidence of the effectiveness of these approaches; and explores how these insights and evidence might shape the future of the field of peace education.
Dealing with conflicts non-violently, but also aligning schools, families, companies and politics in such a way that people can deal with each other non-violently and give peace a place – all this is part of peace education. Anne Kruck reports on her work and explains how education can contribute to peace.
A two-day training program on peace Education was organized in March by the Directorate of School Education Kashmir in collaboration with Save the Children.
IICBA is organizing this webinar (February 13) to present an overview of IICBA’s peace education programme as well as some of the good practices from the participating countries!
“Teaching Peace through Elimination of Violence” aims for the advancement of peace in and around schools by promoting a pedagogy of peace and nonviolence. Proposals due: November 15, 2021.
“Renegades” offers an introduction to the world of social media dance apps while highlighting how these platforms can be used as a form of culturally responsive teaching.
The Center for Social Justice at Georgetown University seeks Director of Engaged Scholarship & Pedagogy
The Director of Engaged Scholarship and Pedagogy oversees and leads CSJ’s research and teaching pillars of work and accompanying portfolio of programming.
The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame is offering a new podcast: Pedagogies for Peace. Join hosts Ashley Bohrer and Justin de Leon for this audio series that foregrounds critical pedagogies with a focus on intersectionality and decoloniality.
“Seeking to dismantle a power imbalance that legitimizes racist acts of violence, without addressing those classroom practices and the racial hierarchies in our curricula, perpetuates systemic racism. Only a transformative pedagogy, founded on racial justice, will allow us to realize our ideals of diversity and inclusivity.” – Tauheedah Baker