1, Number 1, Jan/Feb 2000
Found in the Periodicals
The most recent issue of the Conflict
Resolution in Education Network's publication
The Fourth R (Vol 89, Nov-Dec 1999, Jan 2000) focuses
almost entirely on higher education concerns. Articles
of special interest to people working in higher education
D. Peace Studies? Conflict Resolution? Where are
B. Moving Into the Millennium: Supporting Conflict
Resolution in Higher Education.
P.F. Conflict and Education: Through a Teacher's
I, Glowinski, J, & Perleberg. Why Do Teachers
Practice Peace Education?
F. George Mason University's Institute for Conflict
Analysis and Resolution and the Changing Field of
M.A. Distance Education in Conflict Resolution:
What's Going On and What Value Does It Add?
S.M. (1999). Promoting Civility:
A Teaching Challenge. New Directions for Teaching
volume of New Directions for Teaching explores strategies
for reducing conflict and incivility in the classroom.
Weigert, K.M. & Crews, R.J. (eds.) (2000). Teaching
for Justice: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning
in Peace Studies. American Association for Higher
Education's Series on Service-Learning in the Disciplines.
of this series, the volume opens with several scholarly
essays focusing on theoretical and conceptual issues
at the intersection of the discipline and the pedagogy
of service-learning. Then faculty report their experiences
integrating service-learning into undergraduate and
graduate peace studies programs
Orders can be placed via fax and phone. If you have
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The list price for the volume is $28.50 and $24.50
for AAHE members.
is an occasional newsletter produced by Tammy Lenski
and Associates. Lenski's conflict resolution consulting
and training practice specializes in the higher education
area, and her newsletter, while brief, provides useful
ideas for application in a range of settings. The newsletter
is found at http://www.lenski.com/newsletter.htm