For curricula that supports ongoing learning about Dr. King, conflict resolution and strategies for infusing
learning into project planning, see below.
Adult / General
- Face to Face: Resolving Conflict without Giving In or Giving Up
This curriculum contains thirty hours of training materials in three modules, which cover personal strategies, interpersonal strategies, and intragroup or intergroup strategies for resolving conflict.
- Face to Face: A Presenter's Manual on Conflict Resolution and Communication
Skills (6-Hour Basic Course)
This abbreviated curriculum offers a six-hour basic course in conflict resolution and communication skills.
- Conflict Resolution Training Program
This program offers a step-by-step approach for teaching dispute resolution techniques.
- Conflict and Communication Activity Book: 30 High-Impact Training Exercises for
This book gives step-by-step directions to guide adult learners through creative, interactive exercises.
- Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice
This is a curricula for social justice education topics such as racism, sexism, classism, ableism, and
- Celebrating the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King: Curriculum Materials
This is a comprehensive collection of curricula from a variety of authoritative websites. Includes both K-12 and young adult resources.
- Liberation Curriculum
This website offers a wide variety of rich curricula related to Dr. King suitable for grade levels 9 - 12.
- National Service-learning Clearinghouse
Funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service/Learn and Serve America, this web site houses a comprehensive collection of materials for engaging K-12 youth, higher education students, community-based organizations and learning institutions in community change through student engagement in service-learning. Resources cover a wide range of topics and include fact sheets, curricula, effective practices, on-line discussion lists, toolkits, bibliographies and project examples that illustrate how young people can make a real difference in classrooms, communities and the world.
- Adventures in Peacemaking
This resource contains tools and activities for teaching conflict resolution to school-age children.
- Helping Kids Prevent Violence: Conflict! Think About It, Talk About It, Try to Work
This video teaches children that conflict with others doesn't have to lead to violence. Video and follow-up discussion program designed to help students think and talk about conflict, and to learn new ways to work conflict out.
- Ready-to-Use Conflict Resolution Activities for Secondary Students
This book provides lessons for those teaching peaceful and successful ways of resolving conflicts. It
includes information on how to establish a school-wide peer mediation program.