Conflict Resolution for Kids: A Group Facilitator's Guide

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Taylor & Francis, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 55 pages
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In an effort to counteract the violent and negative conflict resolution messages children receive from the mass media, schools throughout the United States are now teaching healthy problem-solving skills on a personal level. This book presents an outlined approach to the implementation of a conflict resolution experiential group, designed to be administered in five sessions. For each session, the materials required, session time, goals, activities, and evaluation considerations are given. The hands-on tasks are designed to develop conceptual understanding about cooperative versus competitive ways to solve problems. The book provides activities for five sessions and information on evaluating the impact of the individual sessions as well as the program as a whole. Contains numerous illustrations. (JE)
 

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Contents

Materials Required for Session One
3
Materials Required for Session Two
15
Materials Required for Session Three
27
Materials Required for Session Four
37
Materials Required for Session Five
43
CONCLUSION
49
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
55
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Lane, a Child & Family Counselor

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