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    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO RESOLVING CONFLICT
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T INTRODUCTION The purpose of this guide is to provide information to teens, and anyone who cares for teens, about how to create strategies to deal with situations where conflict arises, and to resolve those conflicts in a positive manner. Conflict resolution skills can make a difference in the self perception of the teen. K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T INTRODUCTION This guide will Define Conflict Investigate different approaches that teens take when involved in a conflict Discuss situations that lead towards conflict Prepare teens to know what kind of response will help resolve conflict in a positive manner K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T WHAT IS CONFLICT Conflict has two basic meanings VERB NOUN It can be a verb that means The other meaning is a noun, when one thing interrupts or which means a fight or a quarrel. interferes with another. “The Democrats and the “I want to take Physics this Republicans have had a long-term semester, but the time conflicts conflict about the meaning of with my Spanish class.” the second amendment.” K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T WHAT IS RESOLUTION? This part of the guide focuses on the meaning of resolution. Resolution has a number of different meanings. Conflict resolution that results in inflexible solutions is impractical and may actually deepen the conflict rather than resolving it. Learn to resolve conflicts successfully. “Children who can resolve conflicts amicably have a greater chance of being accepted by their peers, whereas children who make poor choices of behavioral responses in conflict situations are likely to be rejected by their peers.” – J. B. Kupersmidt K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T SITUATIONS LEADING TO CONFLICT According to Amy Nathan, there are three basic kinds of issues that may lead to conflict Conflict over Conflict over values Conflict over things psychological needs It is important to take a moment, when conflict arises, to identify the root cause, so that you and the person you get in conflict with have a chance to resolve the issue amicably. This guide deals with each category separately and in detail. K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T RESOLVING THE CONFLICTS The guide discusses in detail how different kinds of responses can affect the outcome of each situation. Read useful and practical advice about resolving conflicts that may arise from values, things or psychological needs. Different scenarios have been separately dealt with in this guide to give the reader a clear idea about how to identify a conflict and how to resolve it. K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • A TEEN’S GUIDE TO R E S O LV I N G C O N F L I C T PROGRAMS AND PEER MEDIATORS This guide, towards its end, also discusses programs that many schools have to limit conflicts and resolve them amicably. In addition to this, a very effective conflict resolving technique is to involve a third party or a mediator. The guide also hints on how to involve peer mediators to resolve the conflicts amongst teens with positive outcome. K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • BROC HURE FOR TEENS IN ARGUMENT SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL BROCHURE A special supplemental brochure is also available for interested teens and readers which deals exclusively about arguments that teens face with their peers or parents. Read about handling and resolving conflicts and arguments more responsibly. K-12 EDUCATION PRACTICES & ISSUES - DR PATRICIA FIORIELLO
    • ABOUT THE AUTHOR DR. PATRICIA FIORIELLO IS AN EDUCATOR FROM SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. AN INTERNATIONAL FIGURE, DR. FIORIELLO, HAS EXTENSIVE TRAINING IN PUBLIC EDUCATION. HER PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND AND POSITIONS IN EDUCATION REFLECTS HER AVID EXPERIENCE. PROFICIENT IN BLOGGING, PUBLICATIONS, AND MARKETING TECHNIQUES, SHE PERFECTLY BLENDS THE WORLDS OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN APPROACHES TOWARDS EDUCATION. PLEASE VISIT THE APART FROM COACHING AND MENTORING, SHE AIDS THE SCHOOL FOLLOWING SITES FOR SYSTEMS WITH TECHNOLOGY AND MARKETING TECHNIQUES. HER ADDITIONAL INFORMATION DRPF Consults MARKETING SKILLS AND PROFOUND EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION http://DRPFConsults.com MAKES HER CONTRIBUTIONS AS AN EDUCATOR, INVALUABLE FOR High School Mediator HER ASSOCIATES. WITH ALL THE PROVEN STRATEGIES AND LATEST http://HighSchoolMediator.com CONTENTS, FOR BOTH STUDENTS AND TEACHERS, THESE EBOOKS Kids Learn To Blog MIRROR HER DEDICATION AND PASSION FOR EDUCATION. http://:KidsLearnToBlog.com
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