Affirmation, communication, cooperation - teaching for children's rights
Affirmation, communication and cooperation: an overview of these qualities as part of a human rights education program, including children's rights. United States
Teaching for children's rights - affirmation
Activities to support positive thinking about ourselves (the young child) and others building mutual trust and a feeling of security which are fundamental of children's rights. United States
Teaching for Children's rights - skills for active listening
Skills for active listening in young children as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children to develop verbal and non-verbal communication. United States
Teaching for children's rights - skills for non-violent communication
Skills for non-violent communication as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children to recognise theirs and others feelings and needs including practicing messages that do not accuse others. United States
Teaching for children's rights - developing cooperation
Skills for developing cooperation as part of children's rights education. Activities to support young children to develop group connectedness and solidarity and the capacity for group resolution of problem situations. United States
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