Exercises to Enhance Relationships and Reduce Conflict
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Published in 2003, this book describes the process of life-enriching education, with a goal of educating this and future generations of children to create organizations to meet human needs and enhance education. The author describes key elements of life-enriching education for parents, teachers, and school administrators, an education that prepares children for life-long learning, helping them to relate well to others and themselves, be creative, flexible, venturesome, and empathic. Also included are exercises for the reader to evaluate and practice their understanding of the material.
Rosenberg, M. B. (2003). Life-enriching education: Nonviolent communication helps schools improve performance, reduce conflict, and enhance relationships. Encinitas, CA: PuddleDancer Press.
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