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Student Centered Instructional Methods

All of the learner-centred approaches in this infographic can be used in language learner and peace education. Simulations, for example, are great for practicing language skills in conflict situations in a workplace. Mental models can be used to consider strategic peacebuilding in a classroom or school. What else would a peace perspective add to each of these ideas?

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Cheryl Woelk is coordinator of Language for Peace and specializes in language and peace education in multicultural contexts. She holds an MA in Education and a graduate certificate in Peacebuilding from Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia, USA. Cheryl currently lives in Saskatchewan, Canada with her spouse and son.

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  1. I love this infographic! Just the kind of thing I want to print out and put by my desk for sparking
    lesson plan ideas.

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    Posted by abigailjlong | January 22, 2016, 1:56 pm

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Cheryl Woelk is coordinator of Language for Peace and specializes in language and peace education in multicultural contexts. She holds an MA in Education and a graduate certificate in Peacebuilding from Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia, USA. Cheryl currently lives in Saskatchewan, Canada with her spouse and son.

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