Thursday, December17th | 7:30 Eastern | 4:30 Pacific
“Teacher! Teacher! He isn’t being nice!”
“Teacher! Teacher! She hit me!”
For years it seems our students have had two options when dealing with conflict: tell the teacher or don’t. Both children and adults often struggle to make sense of competing messages to always tell an adult and to not “tattle."
Children can handle many of the conflicts that arise in and out of school when they have effective, respectful strategies in their “tool box”. Relationships, communication, and the ability to collaborate with others, even when we disagree, are essential skills in any arena.
Join Interactions for Peace Specialists Ivan Alva and Beverly Prange to learn how the Peace Patrol program is providing conflict-resolution strategies for children around the world. Peace Patrol is a structured approach for 2nd-8th grade students that develops essential social-emotional skills,
Learn strategies for building self-awareness, confidence, communication, cooperation, and conflict-resolution skills
See students resolving real-life conflicts on the playground
Experience how student peer-mediation builds a peaceful school culture
Take away lessons you can implement tomorrow