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The Bank of resources of Peace Education and Inter-cultural Education activities of the School For a Culture of Peace now has 50 activities in English. Their linguistic diversity is useful as many resources are additionally available in Spanish.
The School for a Culture of Peace was created in 1999 with the aim to work on culture [...]
The Fall 2005 activity booklet contains different activities for students to learn about different topics related to tolerance, such as diversity, stereotypes, respect, and encouraging interactions with other students. The lesson plans included in this book are for various activities: A Hand of Friendship, Diversity Bingo, A Respect Activity, Getting to Know Each [...]
The Spring 2006 activity booklet contains lesson plans that illustrate to teachers how the themes in the Mix It Up program can be incorporated into certain discussions, events, and holiday celebrations. The lesson plans in this booklet are for activities titled: Mix It Up on Valentine’s Day, Mix It Up About Gender, Mix [...]
Students will learn about stereotypes as well as how to identify and challenge their own biases. Students will also make connections to religion as an important aspect of identity and an influence within the realm of Hip-Hop.
The Fall 2005 activity booklet contains activities and lesson plans for teachers to encourage students to assess social boundaries at school, challenge their schools’ group divisions, and assess the perceptions of different people. The activity Mix It Up Survey is an activity asking students to survey their school. Map It Out is an [...]
This activity allows students to explore how people often stereotype one another based on one’s clothing. The class is split into two, and each group will have to answer certain questions in regards to the image of a Santa hat or the image of a turban. This website also contains a 4-page handout [...]
The Spring 2006 activity booklet has activities for teachers to address issues that are related to certain social norms that divide students and lead to the exclusion of certain social groups from the rest of the school. These activities encourage students to discover new ways of interaction and learning about other people’s individuality. [...]