Inspired by Three Cups of Tea? Check out these additional resources!

greg_mortenson.jpgGreg Mortenson at Allegheny College
October 7, 2009

6pm - 10pm
Meadville, PA (TT) - Allegheny College
Allegheny College
Shafer Auditorium
520 North main Street
Meadville. PA 16335
Contact: Rebecca Wiler
Phone: 814-332-3101 or 814-332-6039
Email: rwiler@allegheny.eduhttp://www.allegheny.edu/socialchange



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Pennies for Peace

www.penniesforpeace.org
The Pennies for Peace service-learning program began at Westside Elementary School in River Fall, WI in 1994, when students, through their own initiative, raised 62,340 pennies to help Greg build his first school in Pakistan.
The Pennies for Peace service-learning program includes: a K-12 curriculum, linked to standards with an assessment tool; an implementation guide; fact sheets; printable maps, postcards, stickers & poster components; remarkable videos that open the world of Pennies for Peace; and much more. By participating in Pennies for Peace you make a positive impact on a global scale, one penny at a time. While a penny is virtually worthless, in impoverished countries a penny buys a pencil and opens the door to literacy. Join Pennies for Peace and give lasting hope to children half a world away.

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Kids for Peace

www.kidsforpeaceusa.org
Mission statement –
To cultivate every child's innate ability to foster peace through cross-cultural experiences and hands-on arts, service and environmental projects.

The Great Kindness Challenge
**www.greatkindnesschallenge.org**

Workable Peace

www.workablepeace.org
An innovative secondary school curriculum, teaching and learning project that integrates the study of intergroup conflict and the development of crucial civic and social skills into social studies and humanities classes.
Oregon Peace Institute - www.orpeace.us

Pinwheels for Peace

www.pinwheelsforpeace.com
QuickTime movie to show how to make


Art of Peace Project

www.isaschools.org – projects
SEK Preparatory School in Boca Raton, Florida – created quilt of art by students around the world.

Picturing Peace

www.picturingpeace.org
One semester curriculum for teaching creative photography, peace values, visual literacy, cultural understanding and technology.
Free but registration is asked for
Lesson Plans (bottom of page)

Opening the Door to Nonviolence

www.hrea.org/erc/Library/primary/Opening_the_Door/
Curriculum developed in 1997 as a Peace Education Manual for primary school children.
This curriculum is based on exploring the impact of a negative paradigm vs a positive attitude.

Offers activities to encourage affirmation, communication and cooperation.

Combatants for Peace
www.combatantsforpeace.org
A movement started by Palestinians and Israelis who have taken an active par t in the cycle of violence. They have joined forces in an attempt to end this perpetual violence. Their goals are to raise consciousness, to educated, to pressure Governments begin a constructive dialog.

Grandmother Love
www.peaceabbey.org
The Peace Abbey in Sherborn Massachusetts has created a rendition of the picture of President Obama with his Grandmother. The Peace Abbey is promoting students and adults to tell stories of their Grandmothers (or those acting in the role of a grandmother) and the impact they have had on their lives. The stories will be collected and bound into a book entitled Grandmother Love. The sculptor, Lado Goudjabidze has created a bust updating the picture of Obama and his grandmother. After the book is filled with stories, the book and the sculpture will be gifted to President Obama and his family.

Sadako and The Thousand Cranes
www.sdcoek12.ca.us/score/crane/cranetg.html
A study of the story of book with and further discussion about reasons for dropping atomic bombs and the effects of world peace movements.
http://Asterix.ednet.isu/~edtech/webquest/sadako.htm
A web quest about the story of Sadako including information about life in Japan.
There are many resources about the story this story.

To The World
www.esrnational.org/otc
Resources for grade level and topics including building community, conflict resolutions, human rights, making a difference, and a view of war.
Need to create logon to access resources.

Kids Around the World
www.katw.org/index.cfm
A site to meet kids from different countries and learn their stories.

Peace One Day
www.peaceoneday.org
Jeremy Gilley started “Peace One Day” in 1999. He works with students in the UK in the areas of conflict resolution, global citizenship and human rights. He believes there is little difference between bullying in the classroom and bullying between countries. This year “Peace One Day” will be celebrated on September 21.

International Peace Day
http://Internationaldayofpeace.org
Celebrations around the world to observe International Peace Day on September 21, 2009. The UN program focuses on peace building rather than peace keeping or peacemaking and view peace building as creating a long term culture of peace.

The Missing Peace
http://www.dalailamafoundation.org/dlf/en/tmpp.jsp
The Missing Peace is a major art exhibition that presents art as a lens through which to see our common humanity and explore the many meanings of peace. The Dalai Lama Foundation is developing a values oriented curriculum for middle and high schools to accompany the exhibition.

The Road to Peace
http://discoverhumanrights.org
A teaching guide containing ten lesson plans and conflict resolution and restoration of justice in the aftermath of war.

McRel -Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning
www.mcrel.org/quicklinks
A compendium of content standards and benchmarks for K-12 education in both searchable and browsable formats.