Creating the Peaceable School, Program Guide
A Comprehensive Program for Teaching Conflict Resolution
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|Format: ||Paperback, 506 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Published In: ||United States, 31 October 2002|
This widely used conflict resolution program is designed for use with upper elementary and middle school students. Through the conflict resolution strategies of mediation, negotiation, and group problem solving, students learn to recognize, manage, and resolve conflicts in peaceful, noncoercive ways. This guide includes 63 learning activities and step-by-step teaching procedures. It features an entire chapter on program development and implementation strategies. Additional appendices include assessment measures, mediation and negotiation simulations, and a variety of reproducible program forms.
About the Author
Richard J. Bodine is President and Training Director of the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education/Conflict Resolution Education, Inc. He has taught at all grade levels from elementary school through university graduate school and served as an elementary school principal for 20 years. In 1992 he received the Illinois State Board of Education's ""Those Who Excel"" award as outstanding administrator. Mr. Bodine has consulted with numerous schools throughout the country. During the past 12 years, he has trained over 10,000 adults and over 3,000 youth in conflict resolution processes. He holds training certificates from CDR Associates of Boulder, Colorado, for mediation, dispute management systems design, and conflict resolution in organizations. Donna K. Crawford is the former CEO of the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education/Conflict Resolution Education, Inc. She is currently an assistant superintendent for elementary education in a large suburban school district in northern Illinois, USA. She is an experienced mediator, reality therapist, and dispute resolution trainer. Her training in alternative dispute resolution methods includes work with the Justice Center of Atlanta and the Harvard University Negotiation Project. She has also served as a practicum supervisor for the Institute for Reality Therapy in Los Angeles. Fred Schrumpf is an independent trainer and consultant for the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education. He has practiced school social work for 20 years with children in prekindergarten through twelfth grades. He has also taught at the university level. Currently, he is student services coordinator for Spokane public schools, Spokane, Washington, USA.
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