Mike Klein, Ed.D., holds the Clinical Faculty position in Justice and Peace Studies at the University of St. Thomas. His work combines classroom teaching, campus and community education, and leadership development. His research interests include: peace education, art and social justice, effective and ethical leadership for social change, and the intersection of ritual and democratic practice.
Klein teaches courses in: Leadership for Social Justice, Conflict Analysis and Transformation, Introduction to Justice and Peace Studies, and seminars on vocational discernment, art and social change, and coffee as lens for interdisciplinary analysis. He has published articles and book chapters on peace education, critical pedagogy, and service-learning
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Teaching the Compassionate Rebel Revolution
Teaching the Compassionate Rebel Revolution is filled with conflict resolution activities and concepts for educators in a variety of settings. Detailed instructions for classroom activities are accompanied by concepts from the field of conflict resolution.
It is also a companion text to The Compassionate Rebel Revolution by Burt Berlowe, addressing fifteen of the stories found in that book.
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