Kids who understand how to manage conflict successfully can transform their schools into safer and kinder places to learn. Kids Working It Out offers educators and parents a guide to the most current and effective school based conflict resolution programs and shows how these programs can make a positive difference in our schools.
Taal / Language : English
Foreword (Mark Gerzon).
PART ONE: CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION:THE NEED AND THE POTENTIAL.
1 Kids and Conflict in Schools: What s It Really Like? (Randy Compton, School Mediation Center).
2 An Introduction to Conflict Resolution Education (Tricia S. Jones, Temple University).
3 The Building Blocks of Conflict Resolution Education:Direct Instruction, Adult Modeling, and Core Practices (Carol Miller Lieber, Educators for Social Responsibility).
PART TWO: WHAT WORKS: SUCCESS STORIES INCONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION.
4 The Heart of the Matter: Social and Emotional Learning as aFoundation for Conflict Resolution Education (Rachael Kessler, PassageWays Institute).
In Their Own Words: I Know That I Have Grown a LotEmotionally .
5 We Can Handle This Ourselves :Learning to Negotiate Conflicts (Jennifer K. Druliner and Heather E. Prichard,Association for Conflict Resolution).
In Their Own Words: I ve Changed After thePYN Training .
6 Students Helping Students: Peer Mediation (Richard Cohen, School Mediation Associates).
In Their Own Words: Peer Mediation Makesthe World Better .
7 We Can Do It Too! : Peer Mediation forSpecial Education Students (Paul I. Kaplan, Hannah More School).
In Their Own Words: Every School Should Have It .
8 Express Yourself! Expressive Arts and Conflict Discovery (Sarah Pirtle, Discovery Center).
In Their Own Words: A Powerful Healing Tool and a PowerfulCommunication Tool .
9 Making Meaningful Connections: Curriculum Infusion (Rachel A. Poliner, Educational Consultant).
In Their Own Words: Infusion Lets You Do Lots More withLess Time .
10 Making Things Right: Restorative Justice forSchool Communities (Alice Ierley and David Claassen Wilson, School Mediation Center).
In Their Own Words: People Actually Learn to BeBetter People .
11 School Bullying: Prevention and Intervention (Beverly B. Title, Teaching Peace).
In Their Own Words: It Has Really Helped How SafeWe Feel .
12 R.E.S.P.E.C.T.: Appreciating and Welcoming Differences (Priscilla Prutzman, Creative Response to Conflict).
In Their Own Words: It Made Me Speak Up for Myselfand My Culture .
13 School s Out: Time for Fun, Relaxation, andPeaceful Conflict Resolution Education (Sandy Tsubokawa Whittall, Educators for Social Responsibility).
In Their Own Words: When the Kids Are Playing,They Are Working as a Team .
14 Reflections on Stories of Success (Tricia S. Jones, Temple University, and Randy Compton, School Mediation Center).
Postscript: The Importance of SupportingConflict Resolution Education (Amalia G. Cuervo).
Appendix A: Books, Publications, and Websites.
Appendix B: Organizations and Programs.
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
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