Conflict Resolution

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Constructive Ways to Win an Argument Infographic (more useful for debates on issues than interpersonal conflict)

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Conflict Resolution Classroom Guidance Lesson for School Counseling is part of Middle school counseling - cons of doing so Students are introduced to 6 simple steps to addressing conflict facetoface and the practice demonstrating skills with Social Skills Lessons, Social Skills Activities, Teaching Social Skills, Counseling Activities, Group Counseling, Social Emotional Learning, Coping Skills, Communication Activities, Communication Boards

Conflict Resolution Classroom Guidance Lesson for School Counseling

This classroom guidance lesson addresses conflict resolution. Students discuss reasons why people might address conflict via social media rather than in person and then discuss pros/cons of doing so. Students are introduced to 6 simple steps to addressing conflict face-to-face and the practice demonstrating skills with given conflict scenarios. I use this lesson with 6th grade, but it is appropriate for grades 5-6. Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards…

FREE Social Emotional Learning Poster For Teachers, Parents To Use With Your Kiddos at School, Home! - Teachers, School Counselors and Parents! This freebie is a reminder that sometimes I-messages can be - Communication Positive, Communication Skills, Leadership Development, Communication Activities, Communication Relationship, Emotional Development, Anger Management Activities, Communication Quotes, Positive Discipline

Teachers & Parents! Use This Poster With Young Ones, Work on Using Assertive Language in I-Messages

This freebie is a reminder that sometimes I-messages can be tricky because they can often come off as blaming and accusatory. Just because a sentence starts with "I" does not make it an assertive, non-defensive I-message. .Assertiveness means expressing your point of view in a way that is clear and ...

An executive leadership coach shares some tips on how to approach potential conflicts.

How to Have Difficult Conversations When You Don’t Like Conflict

Be curious and respectful.

At every leadership level, conflict resolution is an essential skill. Smart ways to handle your next heated situation, shared by Nadia Lopez. Leadership Assessment, Leadership Training Programs, Leadership Coaching, Leadership Quotes, Management Development, Conflict Management, Anger Management, Classroom Management, Social Skills Activities

6 tips for dealing with conflict

Smart ways to handle your next heated situation, shared by Nadia Lopez. She should know — she’s a school principal.

A Conflict Resolution Protocol for Elementary Classrooms Coping Skills, Social Skills, Restorative Justice, Leadership Conference, Responsive Classroom, Classroom Community, Conflict Resolution, School Days

A Conflict Resolution Protocol for Elementary Classrooms | Responsive Classroom

April 2000A basic belief underlying The Responsive Classroom approach to teaching is that how children learn to treat one another is as important as what they learn in reading, writing, and arithmetic. We believe that social skills such as cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy, and self-control are essential to children’s academic and social success and we emphasize the teaching of these skills, along with academics, throughout the school day.

How Empowering Girls to Confront Conflict and Buck Perfection Helps Their Well-Being Growth Mindset Activities, Growth Mindset Quotes, Intrinsic Motivation, Student Behavior, Behaviour Management, Raising Girls, Conflict Resolution, Strong Girls, Teacher Resources

How Empowering Girls to Confront Conflict and Buck Perfection Helps Their Well-Being | KQED

Social pressure on girls to be perfect has some parents and teachers worried they're not learning the skills they'll need to express their emotions and navigate conflict.

How do you change someone's mind? Conflict Resolution, Ted Talks, Teaching English, You Changed, Trust, Knowledge, Mindfulness, Cases, Animation

How can you change someone's mind?

Why do arguments change people's minds in some cases and backfire in others? Hugo Mercier explains how arguments are more convincing when they rest on a good knowledge of the audience, taking into account what the audience believes, who they trust, and what they value. [TED-Ed Animation by TED-Ed]

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The Mad Family: Anger Management For Children

Anger can be a difficult emotion to understand, especially for children. This story walks through the process of moving from outbursts and repression to cons...

How Empowering Girls to Confront Conflict and Buck Perfection Helps Their Well-Being Leadership Workshop, Leadership Programs, Community Building Activities, How To Handle Conflict, Parody Videos, Girl Empowerment, Secondary Teacher, Behaviour Management, Conflict Resolution

How Empowering Girls to Confront Conflict and Buck Perfection Helps Their Well-Being | KQED

Social pressure on girls to be perfect has some parents and teachers worried they're not learning the skills they'll need to express their emotions and navigate conflict.

A therapist shares seven ways to build trust in your relationship.

Mindfulness Tips for Hard Conversations

Mindful listening and seeing our shared humanity are just a few ways to ease the tension when you come from polar opposite perspectives.