fredag 8 maj 2009

Q's, Round 4, 8 May 09 – Content: Peace Education

Before taking time to answer these questions please first read the section on "Peace Education" (page 56–72).
  1. Do you feel that you understand the content in the section Peace education (page 56–72)?
  2. The 'problem tree' that is explained on page 58–59, do you feel that it is useful in analyzing and discussing problems?
  3. How do you feel about ASK as a model for creating Peace Education (page 64–65)?
  4. Looking at the concept of Experimental learning (Do > Reflect > Generalize > Apply) as it is explained on page 68–70, do you find it useful for understanding how we work with Peace Education in CISV?

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To identify a problem or a symptom you can use the problem tree. The leaves and the crown are the symptoms of a problem - things that we as people often notice. The tree trunk keeps the problem alive, and it's about how our society works and what people do. The roots, that are difficult to see, are the basis of the problem and that is what’s causing the symptoms. We need to focus on the roots to counteract structural violence and gain positive peace.

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