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INNOTECH CS-01-2011: Peace Education for School Leadership: A Case Study of PEACeXCELS in the Philippines

The EIU Best Practices aims to promote a Culture of Peace by supporting local initiatives in 47 UNESCO Member States in the region and encouraging innovative EIU practices in different local contexts. The EIU Best Practices Programme advocates the idea of “Learning to Live Together” (LTLT), which encourages participatory learning and critical thinking to develop mutual understanding towards the relationship between selves and others. Thanks to continuous support from the National Commissions for UNESCO in the Asia-Pacific region as well as numerous efforts of EIU practitioners, APCEIU has published and disseminated a number of monographs of distinctive cases over the past five years. This year, five new cases are introduced with series number 22 to 26. Issue No. 23 introduces a case study from PEACeXCELS, a flexible learning short course that aims to capacitate school heads in the important role in promoting and exercising a culture of peace and respect for cultural diversity. The cases presented in this series highlight how EIU can empower school leadership, even to the schools under conflict-stricken areas, or schools with culturally diverse students. This awarded practice has specified the relevance of EIU and school leadership in this global era.

SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology
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SEAMEO INNOTECH; Philippines; best practices; peace education; school heads; PEACeXCELS; Education for International Understanding; case study;
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