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This presentation was realized as an intermediate product as a result of the activities realized in the frame of the project Grundtvig partnership for learning SCHOOL MEDIATION in TEchnical College ...

This presentation was realized as an intermediate product as a result of the activities realized in the frame of the project Grundtvig partnership for learning SCHOOL MEDIATION in TEchnical College Gheorghe cartianu in Piatra Neamt - Romania .

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  • SOLVING SCHOOL CONFLICTS THROUGH MEDIATION EDUCATIONAL PROJECT byTECHNICAL COLLEGE “GHEORGHE CARTIANU” PIATRA NEAMŢAcademic years: 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012 Project coordinator: Principal, Prof. Mariana Paleu Trainers: Psychologist Elena Andonescu Psychologist Mariana Sîrbu
  • ARGUMENT Violence is an omnipresent phenomenon in modern society. School as an element of the social field suffers the effects of violence. The preoccupations for a better understanding of this phenomenon and for promoting effective measures of intervention have motivated us to conduct a study on violence during the academic year 2008-2009. The results of the study revealed that violence, mostly the verbal one, is the most frequent method employed by pupils in solving conflicts among their group. Starting from the premise that the models offered by peers have greater influence than the models of adults, we considered that, by training a group of pupils as mediators, the conflicts will be regarded and solved other than a “fight” in which there are “winners” and “losers”.
  • The purpose of the project:Raising the resolution of school conflicts throughmediation. View slide
  • Objectives Training a group of 16 pupils into using mediation strategies in order to solve conflicts. Increasing the level of responsibility among pupils regarding the decision making process. Lowering the risk of violence use in the conflicts among pupils. View slide
  • Target group Trainers of the pupils of Technical College “Gheorghe Cartianu” Piatra Neamţ
  • Beneficiaries  Direct beneficiaries – pupils of Technical College “Gheorghe Cartianu” Piatra Neamţ  Indirect beneficiaries – the parents of the pupils of Technical College “Gheorghe Cartianu” Piatra Neamţ
  • Resources:Material Space to deploy the activities – the Office of Psycho-Pedagogical Assistance Classrooms Video-projector Flip-charts, markers, flyersHuman Pupils Head teachers Psychologists Technical assistance Project coordinator
  • Steps of the project : I. Selection of pupils participating at the training II. Training of pupils in mediation techniques.III. Promoting the mediators’ activity in school.IV.Solving school conflicts by means of mediators’ intervention. V. Evaluation.
  • Stage I: Selection of pupils participating attrainings  Evaluation of 10th graders.  Interview with head teachers.  Interview with the pupils suitable for being included in the training program.  Receiving consent from the parents of the pupils included in the training program.
  • Stage II: Theoretical and practicaltraining of selected pupils Presentation of theoretical notions regarding self-knowledge, communication, emotion management, conflict , and mediation. Practical exercise of mediation and negociation techniques.
  • Stage III: Promoting the mediators’activity in school  Promoting the mediators’ activity through informative campaigns among pupils.  Conducting demonstrative activities regarding mediation in classes.
  • Stage IV: Solving school conflicts bymeans of mediators’ intervention. Actions of mediation accomplished by mediator pupils. Meetings with the mediator pupils in order to analyze and evaluate their activity.
  • Stage V: Evaluation of theproject Analyzing the results of the project together with head teachers and parents of the pupils involved. Analyzing the results of the project together with the pupils.
  • Expected results: Stage I : Naming the 16 pupils that will be included in the training program. Stage II: Training the 16 pupils in conflict mediation techniques. Stage III: Informing a number of pupils as large as possible regarding the project. Stage IV: Involving mediator pupils in solving school conflicts. StageV: Receiving a positive feed-back from the beneficiaries. Raising the resolution of school conflicts through mediation.
  • Together we can succeed!