Peaceful Solution Guide
Peaceful Solution Character Education Program
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Pioneered by President Yisrayl Hawkins, the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program began in 1994 with parents and teachers who were disturbed that positive character development was rapidly deteriorating in our society. Their concern prompted them to embark on a mission to stop the decline and bring back positive social behaviors to society.


President Yisrayl Hawkins, also Curriculum Director and Author of the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program, has been diligently presenting the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program to individuals, community representatives, as well as world leaders through books, forums, conferences, television and radio talk shows, and international meetings.


The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated was officially established as a non-profit organization in November, 2001. As the main teaching tool for positive character improvement, the Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated has been promoting the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program throughout schools nationwide. The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program is a comprehensive program that provides complete curricula for students (elementary through advanced), parents, inmates, rehabilitated youths (residents of halfway housing facilities), and community youth groups.


The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program has made a positive impact on many lives in homes, schools, judicial systems, prison facilities and communities in the United States, as well as Canada, the Caribbean, Africa and Israel.


The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program Series Outline:


As its main teaching tool for positive character improvement, the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program is being promoted throughout schools nationwide and internationally. The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program explores some fundamental principles of positive character development. These principles of Ownership, Respect, Asking, Self-control and Do Not Steal, were established based on literature review, which showed one or more of these principles in existing character education programs. Definitions for these principles are as follows:


1. Ownership: everything belongs to someone and should be recognized as such.
2. Respect: to show care and concern for others and care for their belongings.
3. Asking: in order to maintain peaceful relationships, one should ask permission before touching or taking something that belongs to someone else.
4. Self-control: to stop and think about the current situation, examine the options, then proceed with the right choice that will benefit all involved.
5. Do not steal: not to take anything that does not belong to you without permission.


Available Peaceful Solution Character Education Program Materials:


*Elementary Series: Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 5
*Intermediate Series: Grade 6 through Grade 8
*Advanced Series: Grade 9 and beyond, in English and Spanish
*Basic Inmate Stop Recidivism Workshop Manual, in English and Spanish
*Parenting Program: For parents, guardians, babysitters, day care centers
*Workplace Program: For businesses and stores, the military, and law enforcement

Content rating: Everyone

Requires OS: 2.1 and up

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