Curricula

For curricula that supports ongoing learning about Dr. King, conflict resolution and strategies for infusing
learning into project planning, see below.

Adult / General

Youth

  • Celebrating the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King: Curriculum Materials
    http://www.lagcc.cuny.edu/ctl/mlk/curriculum.htm
    This is a comprehensive collection of curricula from a variety of authoritative websites. Includes both K-12 and young adult resources.
  • Liberation Curriculum
    http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/
    This website offers a wide variety of rich curricula related to Dr. King suitable for grade levels 9 - 12.
  • National Service-learning Clearinghouse
    http://www.servicelearning.org/
    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
    http://nationalserviceresources.org/nsrclibrary/?action=detail&item=C1557
    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 It Out
    http://nationalserviceresources.org/nsrclibrary/?action=detail&item=V0074
    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
    http://nationalserviceresources.org/nsrclibrary/?action=detail&item=C0103
    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.

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