Dialogue in Peace Education Theory and Practice1
This article reports a case study of a peace educator (Haley), an interventions program coordinator for a domestic violence shelter and rape crisis center, reaching thousands of youth in the Midwestern United States. The findings of the study raise implications for employing dialogue as a pedagogy for peace in formal schooling and infusing peace education throughout the school curriculum. In particular, the findings offer insights about the attributes of the peace educators who are able to implement dialogue effectively in their classrooms, and the vital characteristics necessary in the formal school setting to employ Freirean dialogue.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2020
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