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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Peace Education
- Meaning
- Definition
- Concept
- Scope
1.4 Aim and Objectives of Peace Education
- Different Levels of Education
1.5 Human Miseries in the Modern world and quest for peace
1.9 Pacifism and Education1.6 Gandhian concept of peace
1.7 Different approaches to peace
1.8 Establishment of peace education institutions
1.10 Let us sum up
1.10 Unit end activities
1.11. Suggested readings

1.12. Suggested readings
1. Barash, P. David (2000). Approaches to Peace, oxford university press, New York.
2. Galtung, I (1996). Peace by peaceful means: Peace and conflict, Development and
civilization, PRIO – the International peace research institute of Oslo and sage publications.


2.1 Historical Development of Peace Education
2.2 Objectives
2.3 Creation of the United Nations
2.5 Amnesty International, International Committee of Red Cross and NGOs
2.6 Peace Education in India and its development
2.6 Gandhiji’s contributions to the peace movement
2.7 Let us sum up
2.8 Unit end activities
2.9 Suggested readings
2.10 Pacifism and Education 1.9. Let us sum up
2.11. Let us sump
2.12 Unit end activities
2.13 suggested readings

2.10. Suggested Readings
1. Gandhi, M.K., (1959) An Autobiography of The story of my experiments with Truth,
Ahmadabad : Navajivan Trust.
2. Hicks, David, (1988), Education for Peace New York : Routlege.

UNIT-III: Education for Peace
3.1 Concept and meaning of Education for peace
3.2 Objectives
3.3 Curriculum Development of Education for peace
3.4 Stage-specific approach
- Early childhood
- Elementary stage
- Secondary stage
- Higher Education stage
- Adult Education stage
3.5 Let us sum up
3.6 Unit end activities
3.7 Suggested readings

3.7. Suggested readings
1. Barash. P.David (2000). Approaches to Peace, Oxford University Press, New York.
2. NCERT National Curriculum Framework (2005), position paper, National Focus Group on
Education for peace, NCERT, New Delhi (2006).

UNIT –IV: Integrating peace Education in the Curriculum

4.1 Major Media of Integration
- Subject context
- Subject perspectives
- Teaching methods
- Curricular and co-curricular activities
- Staff Development
- Classroom and School Management
4.2 Objectives
4.3 Let us sum up
4.4 Unit end activities
4.5 Suggested readings

4.5. Suggested reading
1) Timpson, William M. (2002) Teaching and Learning Peace. Madison, Wisconsin :
Atwood Publishing
2) Reardon, Betty, (1988), Comprehensive Peace education. Educations for global
responsibility, New York: Teachers College Press.

UNIT – V: Promoting a culture of peace

5.1. Introduction
5.2. Culture of Peace
5.3. Fostering a culture of peace for inner peace
5.4. Participatory Communication
5.5. Democratic Participation and Gender equality
5.6. Sustainable Economic and social development
5.7. Non- violence
5.8. International Peace and Security
5.9. Let us Sum Up
5.10. Unit end activities
5.11. Suggested Readings

5.11. Suggested Readings
1. Barash, P David (2000). Approaches to Peace, Oxford University Press, New York
2. Gandhi, M.K., (1944). Nonviolence in peace and war, navajivan publishing House,

UNIT – VI: Pedagogy of Education of Peace

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Objectives
6.3 Inquiry method
6.4 Value clarification
6.5 Jurisprudential Model of Teaching
6.6 Roleplaying
6.7 Dramatics and Literacy Activities
6.8 Yoga and Meditation
6.9 Sports and Games
6.10 Sports and Games
6.11 Teacher Education for Peace
6.12 Let us sump up
6.13 Unit end activities
6.14 Suggested Reading

6.14. Suggested Readings
1) Burns, Robin Joan and Robert Aspeslagh (1996). Three Decades of peace education
Around the world, New Jersey: Garland Publication, INC.
2) Hicks, David, Edi, (1988), Education for Peace, New York: Routledge.
3) Timpson, William M (2002), Teaching and Learning Peace, Madison, Wisconsin,
Atwood Publishing.

UNIT – VII: Conflict Resolution

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Objectives
7.3 Bases of Conflicts
7.4 Types of Conflicts
7.5 Conflict resolution
7.6 Conflict management
7.7 Models of Conflict Resolution
7.8 Let us sump up
7.9 Unit end activities
7.10 Suggested Readings

7.10. Suggested Readings
1) Bernard Jessie, (1957) ‘ The sociological study of conflict” International
sociological Association, The nature of conflict UNESCO Paris.
2) Galtung, J (1996), Peace by peaceful means: Peace and conflict, Development
and Civilization, PRIO: International Peace research institute of Oslo and sage
3) Kreidler, W.J.(1995), Teaching, Conflict Resolution Through Children’s
Literature : New York: Scholastic.

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