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Students learn skills linked with academic success and integral for social success.
Peace Works teaches students skills such as positive communication, anger management, stress management, conflict resolution and goal setting. These skills have real-world applications, including solving conflicts with peers, making positive contributions in the community and setting personal learning goals.
Teachers learn how to promote positive communication and social well-being in their classroom.
Teachers receive individualized training and support from Peace Works staff to integrate activities into their curriculum and classroom management strategies. These activities reinforce the cognitive and communication skills students learn in Peace Works.
Administrators receive support in building a safe and inclusive school environment.
School administrators meet with Peace Works staff to review program data and suggest ways to effectively embed peacemaking as a practical, sustainable, thriving reflection of school culture and climate.