Category Archives: Pwsc

Teaching Divided Histories

A selection of the delegates and speakers at the first ever Teaching Divided Histories Conference held at the Masonic Hall in Derry~Londonderry

Teaching Divided Histories is an innovative 3-year project developed by Nerve-Centre [Derry-LondonDerry] and funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Peace III programme. Teaching Divided Histories – International partnerships A new curriculum-linked approach Read More …

PeaceWorks School Curriculum—Apeejay School, Park Street

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January–February 2014 When Apeejay School, Park Street, signed up for the PeaceWorks literature curriculum, not once did I imagine that I would be the one addressing forty class niners. As the day finally arrived, I Read More …

Teaching Divided Histories—A Teachers’ Workshop

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It is not everyday that teachers play icebreakers or are divided into groups or given classroom assignments or made to participate in discussions. However, attending a PeaceWorks workshop will make them do all of that Read More …

PeaceWorks Literature Curriculum—Vidyanjali 2012

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  Neither a free period nor an English class When I began my sessions on the PeaceWorks School Curriculum at Vidyanjali School, the students had asked if they should consider my sessions as free periods Read More …

My Experience with the students of National High School

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Being a student of literature for the longest period of time, the idea of facilitating the PeaceWorks Literature Curriculum (PWSC) in National High School was thrilling. Could I initiate a series of discussions on identity, Read More …