What's the best approach to teaching about war in the classroom?

11/11/2010 | Edutopia.org

East Carolina University educator Todd Finley offers suggestions in this blog post in teaching students about war as a way to promote understanding and peace, while avoiding the political rhetoric of our country's foreign engagements. Effective lessons should focus on vocabulary or empathy, utilize media resources and create a classroom culture that is collaborative rather than adversarial, Finley writes.

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