Identifying Socio-Emotional Learning Strategies for Peace Through Education: A Qualitative Analysis


1Samia Zaheer, 2Dr. Rashid Minas, 3Sara Aqiq, 4Muhammad Qasim Ali(Corresponding Author)


In South Asia, militancy and conflict can, to some extent, be seen in every country. Pakistan has a tradition of violent unrest in religious militancy, tribal separatism, or a border conflict. In particular ethnic, religious and sectarian conflict, a significant source of violence in Pakistan has been divided populations in the area. Training is a critical element in critical element in achieving peace in the face of weakening war and violence. Because peace and education promote understanding , skills, attitudes, and values to change the minds, attitudes, and behavior. This project aims to find ways to promote peace education through social and emotional learning (SEL). In semi-structured interviews, thirty head teachers and teachers were able to gain qualitative results. The respondents were selected purposefully from a government school in Pakistan's Punjab province. The subject analysis was used to analyze the information collected and encouraging sustainable social change, mutuality and positive interdependence; the use of pedagogy to create a cooperative society; pedagogy for building a cooperative society. The study makes strategic recommendations for teachers, parents, officials and politicians who want to promote peace through education at the national level.