Category Archives: Videos

The Heart Story – Social Emotional Learning in Action


This video from Edutopia.org shows several RCCP activities, including one that helps young people explore put-ups and put-downs in an engaging way. – Holding a red paper heart inscribed with the words “I am important,” teacher Sarah Button is telling a story to her class of engrossed fifth graders. Each […]

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Urban Gardens and Peace Education in LA


In this video, Adam Turner, a college student intern with the American Friends Service Committee office in Los Angeles, documents AFSC’s work with high school students in Los Angeles.

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High School Peer Mediation – In the Mix


Short clip from a longer video developed for the PBS In the Mix program on “School Violence – Answers from the Inside.” Shows a successful mediation result in a high school setting. If you visit the show site, look for the “Show Clips” link to see more video clips from […]

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Peace Helpers: PS 24


This video from Edutopia.org features an elementary school in Brooklyn where fourth and fifth graders help younger students resolve conflicts. The Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility has developed a step-by-step guide educators can use to create their own Peace Helpers program, as shown in the video.

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Cyberbullying and Children’s Rights


According to Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, all children have the right to be protected from all forms of violence while in the care of parents or other caregivers. This problem needs awareness and education. UNICEF Digital Citizenship and Safety project team is […]

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Youth Practicing Dialogue


The Network for Peace through Dialogue program in New York works with youth in local schools to promote building new connections, understanding and tolerance for diversity. This student-produced video features their Confronting Concerns initiative.

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Learning History Through Problem-Solving


This video shows students and teachers using “Conflict Resolution and U.S. History, ” which provides an engaging way to learn history. Developed with the help of 30 prominent historians and more than 250 teachers nationwide, the teacher materials include 20 conflicts in American history from the Colonial Period through the […]

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In a Responsive Classroom


Watch and listen to teachers and students from seven elementary schools where the Responsive Classroom approach is used.

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The Forum: Conflict Resolution in a Circle


This video from Edutopia.org features an elective class in Seattle’s AS-1 school where students from every grade come together to discuss and resolve their differences.

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