The Making Peace outdoor photo exhibition, provides a rich educational experience that invites students to deeply reflect on peace, justice, human rights, reconciliation, and sustainable development.
The Educator’s Guide provides an easy-to-implement framework for exploring the exhibit subject matters with middle through secondary level students. The Guide provides sequenced lessons that can be facilitated prior to, during, and after, exhibit viewing. Each lesson integrates skills such as perspective-taking, empathy and critical thinking, and includes questions for research, writing or discussion.
"Thanks to Making Peace outdoor photo exhibition and accompany Educator’s Guide, I was able to engage my students in meaningful discussion around the photos. I have since asked my students to research how we as individuals can make a positive difference to our own community. I highly recommend that every school teacher, educator and student (grade 6 upwards) takes advantage of this unique opportunity to see the show and download the Educator’s Guide available" Sarah Legacy, Teacher Librarian, Swansea Jr. & Sr. PS
Any questions please contact: Educational Programmer
Christa M. Tinari is the author of this Educator’s Guide.
Ms. Tinari has been teaching the skills of peacemaking - such as conflict transformation, mediation, and community nonviolent activism, for twenty years. A former School Counselor, Ms. Tinari is author of Create a Culture of Kindness in Middle School, and creator of The Peaceful Schools Institute and The Feel & Deal Activity Deck.
Ms. Tinari is passionate about the role education plays in building civil societies that uphold human rights. She is founder of PeacePraxis Educational Services, and Adjunct Instructor of Con ict Resolution Education at Temple University, Philadelphia, USA. Ms. Tinari holds a BA in Psychology and MA in International Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.