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Teaching peace: how to raise children in harmony without pre epub

by Jan Arnow


Teaching peace: how to raise children in harmony without pre epub

ISBN: 0399521550

ISBN13: 978-0399521553

Author: Jan Arnow

Category: Relationships

Language: English

Publisher: Perigee Trade; 1st edition (October 1, 1995)

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At the same time, children are exposed to more violence than ever before. This vitally important book shows parents and educators how to instill tolerance in children by building a strong foundation of self-esteem.

At the same time, children are exposed to more violence than ever before.

Jan Arnow is one of America's leading authorities on the psychology and teaching practices of multicultural education and violence reduction, conducting fieldwork on these two issues for over 20 years. She is the founder and director of the Institute for Intercultural Understanding, the No More Violence Project, and the Stand and Be Counted group.

Jan Arnow offers excellent insight and practical tips for raising and teaching children to be peaceful. She addresses the subject from the point of view of the home, the classroom and the community. The text is filled with resource information, checklists and examples to help any parent and/or youth educator teach peace.

Teaching Peace: How to Raise Children to Live in Harmony without Fear, without Prejudice, without Violence. This book of essays offers an international perspective on how the concepts of war and peace develop in children and how, through overt teaching of conflict resolution and peacemaking skills in schools, a more peaceful world can be created. Following an introduction, the 14 essays in the book are grouped in 3 parts: (1) "Developmental Perspectives"; (2) "Socialization and Experience"; and (3) "Learning in Schools. Other users also listened: Book impressions: Reactions.

How to Raise Children to Live in Harmony, Without Fear, Without Prejudice, Without Violence. Suppose we wanted to design a training program in which. the primary objective was to prepare children to hate by the. time they entered kindergarten. What would that program.

Jan Arnow (born 1947) is most commonly known for her work as the founder and director of the Institute for Intercultural Understanding, the No More Violence Project, and the Stand and Be Counted group.

Jan Arnow (born 1947) is most commonly known for her work as the founder and director of the Institute for Intercultural Understanding, the No More Violence Project, and the Stand and Be Counted group, but she is also the author eight published books, a teacher, activist, artist, and mother of three. Art Institute of Chicago, Alumni Profile - lots of good background in this medium-length profile. ISBNdb books by Jan. alibris. com books by Jan. standandbecounted. Arnow, Jan. Alternative names.

Teaching Peace: How to Raise Children to Live in Harmony – Without Fear, Without Prejudice, Without Violence. New York, NY: Perigee Books. In this hands-on guide, the author explains to parents how to prevent prejudice and conflict while teaching children the importance of respecting all people. Working With Traumatized Children: A Handbook for Healing. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America. This handbook discusses the mind-body connection between a terrifying experience and a child’s adaptive coping mechanisms.

With the rapidly changing face of our schools, communities and workforce, for the first time ever, we are truly living in a global society. At the same time, children are exposed to more violence than ever before. This vitally important book shows parents and educators how to instill tolerance in children by building a strong foundation of self-esteem.