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Living in diversity : lesson plans for secondary level students, developed by teachers and trainers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine, participating in Council of Europe seminars

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Council of Europe Publishing, Strasbourg, p.151 (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LC1099 .L58 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9705243

Keywords:

etc, Interkulturelle Erziehung. (DE-588c)4123440-6, manuals, Multicultural education--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Handbooks, Sekundarstufe. (DE-588c)4077347-4

Abstract:

Partial contents: Introduction -- Managing diversity -- Overcoming prejudices -- Equality, inclusion, human rights education -- Tolerance and mutual respect -- Teaching multipersonality -- Conflict resolution.; Summary: This handbook was produced in the framework of the pilot project "Intercultural and interfaith dialogue through education", part of the Council of Europe-European Commission joint program "Fostering a culture of human rights in South Caucasus and Ukraine" (2006-2009). The content of this handbook is based on the proposals for educational activities that were developed by the teachers and trainers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine who took part in the project. The activities presented here cover a range of topics associated with intercultural education that correspond to some of the key elements and competences that the Council of Europe considers to be fundamental for intercultural education.--Publisher's description.

Publication Language:

eng