1 Reading/ELA: Select read-aloud and reading assignment books that introduce students to people who look different and live differently than they do. Find suggested books here: TPNBooks
2 Classroom Discipline: Practice conflict resolution methods and use them to solve issues that arise in the classroom. Here are some suggested ways to approach student conflicts: http://www.teachpeacenow.org/conflictresolution.html and http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=287&id=1521
3 History: Have students read about and report on people who have stood up for justice and peace. Challenge myths about people who are different with facts. Check out the My Hero Project and invite your students to participate.
4 Technology: Set up digital communication networks that link your class to a class in another part of the world. Find a list of Digital Pen Pal sites here.
5 Mathematics: Use statistics from the census, from environmental science, and from demographics studies when writing word problems and graphing. Need ideas? Explore Radical Math
7 The Arts: Have students create paintings, poems, songs, posters, and illustrated books that express their feelings about peace and that advocate ways to live peacefully with others.
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