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TOPIC 5.
Mª Dolores Ortega
Beniamin Letowski
Maria Lizán
Paola García
Andrea Martínez
MEDIATION AS CONFLICT
RESOLUTION STR...
1.INTRODUCTION
Conflict mediation has been used since ancient times
Mediation in educative context started in the 60s in ...
 is a tidy procedure
 starts from the loss of two people of
the negotiating capacityCONFLICT
MEDIATION
Locked in their
p...
2.MODELS OF MEDIATION.
Traditional-lineal
model of Harvard.
The deal
Narrative-circular model.
Information-
communication
...
2.1.SCHOOL MEDIATION.
The school mediation in an educational centre with a view to improving coexistence,
manifests itself...
3.CHARACTERISTICS OF THE
SCHOOL MEDIATION.
• It is a peaceful strategy.
• It is voluntary
• It is a systematic process,
• ...
• It is an educational process and transformer of people.
• It is a training strategy of the entire school community
(teac...
4. TYPES OF SCHOOL MEDIATION
Incorporation a system
of mediation in a school
must adapt to the
contextual possibilities
of...
Spontaneous
mediation
External
mediation
Institutionalized
mediation
Mediation
conducted by
Adults
Mediation
conducted by
...
5. PHASES OF SCHOOL MEDIATION
• Pre-mediation
• Entry
• „Tell me”
• Location of the conflict
• Looking for solution
• The ...
Pre-
mediation
• This is the
first contact
and
knowledge
of each
part of
mediators.
Entry
• Introduction
and
explanation
o...
Location of
the conflict
• Conflict
analysis,
highlighting
the
common
aspects.
We can ask
for
clarification
Looking for
so...
THE CONFLICT
1) Filling in a written request
with the explanation of the facts.
2) This report comes to the
mediation team...
THE MEDIATION
PREMEDIATION: The
Coordinator of the mediation
team leaves the case two of the
mediators that are responsibl...
THE FORMATION OF SCHOOL MEDIATORS
SESSION 1: Formation of
group with group
dynamics
SESSION 2: education for
peace, human ...
THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT OF CONFLICTS
CONFLICT REMOVES THE ENTIRE CLASSROOM+
UNPREDICTABLE CONSEQUENCES (MORE CONFLICTS)
Anti...
THE INTENTION IS NOT WHAT COUNT.
Currently, the society as a whole,
questioned the training of children and
young people. ...
GET TO WORK.
It consists of best practices aimed at
the creation and maintenance of a
climate of coexistence healthy,
seat...
THE FORCE OF THE MEDIATION
School mediation programs
foster the ability to work
together to fight against the
problems and...
DISCOVER MEDIATION IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
When they arrive at school,
children start with enthusiasm,
they like to feel that...
THE NETWORKS OF MEDIATORS IN SECONDARY
EDUCATION
Obtaining the support of the
majority of people from the
Centre
Avoiding ...
TRUE OR FALSE
1. Is possible to introduce mediation in the
educative context because an atmposphere of
learning is created...
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Characteristics of school mediation:
It is a peaceful strategy.
It is a systematic process
Both are cor...
4. The most successful programs in mediation include:
a) Social competence, emocional inteligence, philosofhy
children.
b)...
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THEME 5-MEDIATION AS CONFLICT RESOLUTION STRATEGY IN SCHOOLS & SCHOOL MEDIATION STATES IN THE CONFLICT.

  1. 1. TOPIC 5. Mª Dolores Ortega Beniamin Letowski Maria Lizán Paola García Andrea Martínez MEDIATION AS CONFLICT RESOLUTION STRATEGY IN SCHOOLS & SCHOOL MEDIATION STATES IN THE CONFLICT.
  2. 2. 1.INTRODUCTION Conflict mediation has been used since ancient times Mediation in educative context started in the 60s in USA performance of religious groups and movements for Peace Education stated the necessity of students to learn abilities of how to solve conflicts in a non-violent way.
  3. 3.  is a tidy procedure  starts from the loss of two people of the negotiating capacityCONFLICT MEDIATION Locked in their positions help of a 3rd person a space of communication and learning is created. This characteristic is the key to introduce it to the educative context.
  4. 4. 2.MODELS OF MEDIATION. Traditional-lineal model of Harvard. The deal Narrative-circular model. Information- communication The transformation model. Relationships- People • Its bases are law and economy, • taking as objective achieve deals where the two parts win. • It is a very systemised process and it is developed in the business world. • comes from psychology • tries to improve the communication and the information between the parts • produce reflexion processes that modify the reality and conflict perception, fixing the relationships. • comes from sociology • its aim is to transform the conflict , the relationships and the people fro the cooperation and reconciliation .
  5. 5. 2.1.SCHOOL MEDIATION. The school mediation in an educational centre with a view to improving coexistence, manifests itself in a series of consequences and objective facts: Facilitates a more relaxed atmosphere at the school. Promotes concern for others. Search strategies to solve the problems of non-violently. Helps that there is a greater involvement in the educational community at school. Is looking for other alternatives to regulatory sanctions. Conflicts tend to decrease. Promotes the communication between the members of the educational community Improvement of social skills. Favors that a have greater responsibility in students (are involved in the operation of the Centre). Decreases the number of disciplinary cases
  6. 6. 3.CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SCHOOL MEDIATION. • It is a peaceful strategy. • It is voluntary • It is a systematic process, • It favours communication and collaboration between people. • Through it the mediators are facilitating the meeting.
  7. 7. • It is an educational process and transformer of people. • It is a training strategy of the entire school community (teachers, students, parents and non-teaching staff). • They are the people in conflict who bring solutions, learning to manage their conflicts. • The confidentiality of the process.
  8. 8. 4. TYPES OF SCHOOL MEDIATION Incorporation a system of mediation in a school must adapt to the contextual possibilities of each school reality Spontaneous mediation External mediation Institutionalized mediation Mediation conducted by Adults Mediation conducted by the Peers Co-mediation
  9. 9. Spontaneous mediation External mediation Institutionalized mediation Mediation conducted by Adults Mediation conducted by the Peers Co-mediation
  10. 10. 5. PHASES OF SCHOOL MEDIATION • Pre-mediation • Entry • „Tell me” • Location of the conflict • Looking for solution • The agreement
  11. 11. Pre- mediation • This is the first contact and knowledge of each part of mediators. Entry • Introduction and explanation of conditions and rules „Tell me” • Each part of the conflict relates what has happened
  12. 12. Location of the conflict • Conflict analysis, highlighting the common aspects. We can ask for clarification Looking for solution • Brainstorm about possible solutions to solve the conflict The Agreement • A solution is chosen, analyzed, and an agreement for signature is written
  13. 13. THE CONFLICT 1) Filling in a written request with the explanation of the facts. 2) This report comes to the mediation team coordinator When anyone from the Center have a conflict you may request mediation service. This is done: The two parts to the conflict should write their version of the case and choose two mediators each one.
  14. 14. THE MEDIATION PREMEDIATION: The Coordinator of the mediation team leaves the case two of the mediators that are responsible for case meeting separately with each part of the conflict. MEDIATION: After the pre- mediation it is performed a joined mediation. The two parts of the conflict and their two mediators meet and begin the mediation process. Multiple sessions may be needed.
  15. 15. THE FORMATION OF SCHOOL MEDIATORS SESSION 1: Formation of group with group dynamics SESSION 2: education for peace, human rights, the conflict and the coexistence. SESSION 3: social skills in school mediation. SESSIONS 4 and 5: communication skills for mediation. SESSION 6: school mediation.
  16. 16. THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT OF CONFLICTS CONFLICT REMOVES THE ENTIRE CLASSROOM+ UNPREDICTABLE CONSEQUENCES (MORE CONFLICTS) Anticipate conflicts Put rules and respect them. THE UNPREDICTABILITY OF THE CONFLICT OR THE LATE FORECAST SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES.
  17. 17. THE INTENTION IS NOT WHAT COUNT. Currently, the society as a whole, questioned the training of children and young people. It is usual, in this frame of mind, to look towards schools and jeopardize the professionals of education. And it is the responsibility of educators is not low and is on the rise. However, this discursive line raises two clear objections: first, it should be noted that the fact of depositing in the formation of children the burden of a future forged in the present, does not excuse errors and postpone solutions Society as a whole must unlearn to transform itself, since there can be no education without commitment and consistency. Secondly, it must be said that there are few educators that, since the respective workplaces, cultivated, humble and quiet, interpersonal relations founded on democratic values and equity.
  18. 18. GET TO WORK. It consists of best practices aimed at the creation and maintenance of a climate of coexistence healthy, seated in mutual respect, serve as examples for those centres that are raised to improve their current reality. It is not mere recipes, on the contrary, they are already experienced approaches that continue to evolve in interaction with different contexts.
  19. 19. THE FORCE OF THE MEDIATION School mediation programs foster the ability to work together to fight against the problems and not the people. So they not only provide clear advantages in terms of prevention and intervention against conflicts, but also innovative and transformative potential of the educational context. Mediation is based on equal dialogue, i.e. in the possibility to talk about conflicts face to face in a plane of horizontality. However, the real strength of mediation in the field of education is that, in reality, it's a genuine learning process.
  20. 20. DISCOVER MEDIATION IN PRIMARY EDUCATION When they arrive at school, children start with enthusiasm, they like to feel that they learn new things every day, and therefore boast in front of their families by those achievements. However, one of the aspects that most dislike them are conflicts with other colleagues. At school, mediation is an exclusive service that goes in the event of a conflict, but should not be the case. Mediation
  21. 21. THE NETWORKS OF MEDIATORS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION Obtaining the support of the majority of people from the Centre Avoiding divisions between those who accept the mediation and those who reject them, since the purpose is a good coexistence among all Informal and extensive use of mediation strategies Promoting mediation whenever a likely conflict occurs Keeping motivated and committed to their work mediators Including mediation in the documents of the Centre Providing for the continuation of the mediation service Training to improve the capacity of the mediators
  22. 22. TRUE OR FALSE 1. Is possible to introduce mediation in the educative context because an atmposphere of learning is created in in. 2. Co-mediation is a mediation that uses two mediators. The mediators work as a team to assist the parties in resolving their conflict. 3. In pre-mediation the responsible of the case meets separately with each part of the conflict. 4. Mediation is based on equal dialogue, in the possibility to talk about conflicts face to face in a plane of horizontality. 5. Mediation is a waste of time
  23. 23. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Characteristics of school mediation: It is a peaceful strategy. It is a systematic process Both are correc 2. What is the correct order of mentioned phases of school mediation? a) pre-mediation, looking for solution, location of the conflict b) phase called „Tell me”, location of the conflict, looking for solution c) entry, location of the conflict, pre-mediation 3. The fist step to start the mediation is: a) Make a request with the explanations b) Talk with the coordinator c) Neither
  24. 24. 4. The most successful programs in mediation include: a) Social competence, emocional inteligence, philosofhy children. b) Education for diversity, valors, peace, school mediation. c) Both are corretc. 5. If a centre wants to make mediation effective, they have to achieve this condition: a)Including mediation in the documents of the Centre b)Promoting mediation whenever a likely conflict occurs c)Both are correct

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