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- Available Lessons: 54
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is the Conflict Process? - Definition and Stages
Course SummaryThis informative course is designed for teachers who want to learn more about conflict resolution for schools, including how its managed and implemented. In our selection of short video and text lessons, you can review these concepts at your convenience on your computer or mobile device.
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About This Course
This engaging teacher resource course outlines conflict resolution strategies, models and management techniques for schools. While you work through this course, you'll study engaging lessons about identifying conflict, classroom management and evaluating school conflict management. These resources are written by experienced educators who understand with the needs and requirements of teachers.
How It Works
Before, during or after reviewing the lessons, take the multiple-choice lesson quizzes and chapter tests to assess your comprehension. All of our learning tools are accessible to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
This course contains these helpful resources:
- Video lessons that cover these conflict resolution strategies and models in less than ten minutes
- Self-assessment lessons quizzes to give you confidence before moving on
- Chapter tests to ensure your comprehension of various conflict management models and activities
- Printable lesson transcripts you can use for offline study
- One comprehensive course exam that covers all the conflict resolution for schools concepts that you've studied
How It Helps
- Offers options: Several different conflict management models are presented in this course, giving you a chance to determine which one may work best for your school.
- Encourages analysis: The lessons in this course includes information on evaluating and assessing this models to see how well they are working.
- Details necessary skills: This course also offers strategies you can use in your classroom to manage and handle conflict among your students.
- Describe the origins of conflict
- Identify the skills needed to understand conflict
- Successfully teach students about conflict resolution and coping skills
- Provide an overview of classroom conflict management
- Detail the curriculum infusion conflict management model
- Explain the activities involved with the peer mediation conflict management model
- Outline both the peaceable school and peaceable classroom conflict management model
- Evaluate and assess conflict management programs
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