The “Can’t We All Get Along? A Peer Mediation and Awareness Campaign Project for Middle School Students” provides a multi-faceted service-learning experience that will give students an understanding of César E. Chávez’s core values, specifically service to others, determination, the use of nonviolence as a tool for achieving justice, acceptance of all people, community building, problem solving knowledge, and innovation. The unit is tied directly to the California State Curriculum Standards for Middle School and provides young adolescents with the opportunity to gain conflict resolution skills while providing service to their peers. Whether used to celebrate César E. Chávez Day or as a part of regular classroom studies, this project enhances and supports the academic curriculum.
RMC Research Corporation and Cesar Chavez Foundation, "Cesar Chaves: Can't We All Get Along?: A Peer Mediation and Awareness Campaign Project for Middle School Students" (2003). Curriculum. 10.