By Betty A. Reardon, Dale T. Snauwaert
Betty A. Reardon is a world-renowned chief within the fields of peace schooling and human rights; her pioneering paintings has laid the root for a brand new cross-disciplinary integration of peace schooling and foreign human rights from a gender-conscious, worldwide viewpoint. This choice of reflective inquiry and ongoing learn gathers crucial works on peace schooling and human rights (1967-2014) and gives entry to Reardon’s key works. those texts were foundational to the sector of peace schooling prior to now 5 many years of her useful adventure. the original conceptualization of a holistic framework for organizing content material and the sensible and particular descriptions of pedagogies for the perform of severe peace schooling in colleges and universities, have made them crucial assets for peace educators world wide; numerous have already develop into usual texts for easy classes within the box. The publication additionally comprises an summary of Reardon’s profession and a bibliography of her publications.
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A. T. Snauwaert, Betty A. 1007/978-3-319-08967-6_4 29 30 4 The World Law Fund: World Approach to International Education to international and social education into secondary schools. Efforts at dissemination brought me into close and collaborative relationships with talented classroom teachers whose teaching techniques and conceptual approaches to the subject added a great deal to the pedagogical repertoire that I had acquired in my own classroom years. These were the exciting years of ‘‘the new social studies’’ when the social sciences were being integrated into the curricula of citizenship education or social studies as an appropriate means to prepare students for political efficacy in a rapidly evolving world order as citizens of a nation that played a major role in its evolution.
1975). A Social Education for Human Survival: A Synthesis of Practices in International Education and Peace Studies. Social Studies Review, 15(1), 42–48. Reardon, Betty A. (1975). Women and Structural Violence: A Crucial Issue for Peace Education. Journal of Peace Education, India. Reardon, Betty A. (1975). Women’s Movements and Human Futures. Convergence, 8(3), 41–52. Reardon, Betty A. (1976). Designing a New World Order. In B. ), Peacemaking: A Guide to Conflict Resolution for Individuals, Groups, and Nations.
1998). Gender and Global Security: A Feminist Challenge to the United Nations and Peace Research. Journal of International Cooperation Studies, 6(1), 1–28. Reardon, Betty A. (1998). The Pedagogical Challenges of Peace Education: The Good News and the Bad News. Peace Studies Newsletter, Peace Studies Association of Japan, 17. Reardon, Betty A. (1998). Women or Weapons. In L. A. Lorentaen & J. ), The Women and War Reader. New York: New York University Press. ). (1999). Toward’s a Women’s Agenda for a Culture of Peace.