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Gash H. (1996) Training trainers constructively: The tensions. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Advances in education. Volume III. International Institute for Advanced Studies, Windsor ON: 37–42. Fulltext at
Excerpt: Educational programs designed to help children to overcome prejudice offer some hope to understanding the emergence of harmony in human relations. One aim of such programs is to facilitate the development of mutual respect and responsibility towards others. In the present paper I review ways in which a series of programs designed to train trainers to work constructively changed over an eight year period. Each program was an intervention study designed to provide opportunities in classrooms to young children aged between 5 and 12 years of age to reconsider their prejudices (e.g., Gash, 1995a). In particular, recursive changes have been driven by tensions involved in designing a training system to facilitate the emergence of constructivist practices.

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