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TWB Peace Education Program

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Teachers Without Borders Dr. Joseph Hungwa Memorial Peace Education Program

 

Introduction by Dr. Konrad Glogowski

Acknowledgements

Dedication

Introduction to the Program

Self-Study User Guide

Facilitator's Guide

 

Unit 1: History, Definitions, Key Thinkers, and Core Concepts

Unit 1: Introduction

     1. History of Peace Education

     2. Peace Education Definitions

     3. Key Thinkers

          3.1 John Dewey

          3.2 Maria Montessori

          3.3 Paulo Freire

     4. Core Concepts

          4.1 Negative and Positive Peace

          4.2 Peace Education as Transformative Practice

          4.3 Nonviolent Resistance

          4.4 Culture of Peace

Unit 1: Wrap-Up

 

Unit 2: Scope of Peace Education

 

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