Peer mediation programs: An end to school violence?

Peer mediation programs: An end to school violence?

On-line journal article which “focuses on the ineffectiveness of PMPs [Peer Mediation Programs] to combat higher-levels of school violence, part I discusses school violence, both past and present, part II explores the shift from traditional methods of discipline to more proactive and education-based methods that are used in many schools today, part III addresses the fundamentals of peer mediation including what it is and how it is implemented, part IV examines which students PMPs should be targeting and why PMPs fail to prevent them from committing violent acts on their schools, finally, the conclusion recommends ways to reduce conflict in schools.”

  • Format: html
  • Publisher: Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution.
  • Author: Alixandra Blitz
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/2003
  • Topics: Administrator Resources, Mediation, Teacher Resources, and Violence Prevention
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