Students Resolving Conflict: Peer Mediation in Schools
Written by the cofounder of School Mediation Associates, this definitive book explains step by step how to use an effective and research-based method for teaching conflict resolution: peer mediation. The comprehensive guide covers designing, implementing, and operating a successful program and includes sample mediation session transcripts, 12 conflict resolution lessons to facilitate teaching students, and reproducible forms for teacher/student orientation. Index. Appendixes. Bibliography. Good Year Books. 263 pages.
Implementing a Peer Mediation Program
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