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Nonviolence Education Call #1: Breaking Down Conflict

This summer, the Metta Center for Nonviolence is hosting a series on nonviolence education and building community that particularly focuses on how and why nonviolence can be particularly effective for reconciling conflict in schools. Special guest Robin Wildman, a nonviolence educator from Broad Rock Middle School in Rhode Island with 25 years of teaching experience,… read more

Setting the Stage: a nonviolent classroom

Setting the Stage: Rudiments of a Nonviolent Classroom by Michael Nagler It is possible to teach students the basic principles of nonviolence in a normal classroom setting with the usual methods that we would use for mathematics or any other subject (Gandhi, after all, always insisted it was a science”).  For two reasons, however, we… read more