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We’ve gathered more than a 100 videos related to conflict resolution in education. Recently added items are presented on this page. To dig deeper, use the search tool or use the pagination at the bottom of the page to move through the collection 6 videos at a time.

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Overview of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) (www.olweus.org) is the most researched and best-known bullying prevention program available today. Designed for students in grades 1-8, OBPP is a bullying prevention program that has produced reductions in school bullying by 50% or more. This video gives an overview of this bullying prevention program with feedback from those who have used it.

Link to it here.

Professor Shuldman on Mediation in the Classroom

Professor Eddy Shuldman in the University of Oregon Teacher Education program speaks about how she implements mediation techniques in her classroom and within the school culture. Professor Shuldman has been speaking to the students at length about the importance of creating a classroom culture that is both safe and allows students to fully express themselves. She also believes that happens only when issues and problems are dealt with in a respectful and decent manner. This video showcases her belief in the idea of mediation as a technique to support that aim.

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Peer Mediation Video from Dibble Middle School

A video about peer mediation developed by the program at Dibble Middle School in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Bar Association supports this work through PROS, the Peaceful Resolutions for Oklahoma Students initiative providing free training to schools. Here’s a link to their training manual.

Link to it here.

Aik Saath – Supporting CR among Sikh, Hindu and Muslim youth in London

This video profiles Aik Saath, a youth-run project in London that trains young people to be peer educators around conflict resolution. Over one hundred young people have been part of the team, training their peers in conflict resolution and anti-racism skills, since 1998. The team trains over one thousand other young people every year. Learn more about the group on their website or via their brochure (5 MB).

Link to it here.

Social and Emotional Learning After School

This video from Edutopia profiles WINGS, an after-school program in South Carolina that cultivates emotional intelligence. More information on the program is available here.

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What Makes a Good Peer Mediator?

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What makes a good peer mediator? – Duration: 03:57
Explores what makes a good peer mediator, skills include understanding feelings, not taking sides, knowing how to help and how to listen. Features students from a Year Five (5th Grade) class in the U.K. The clip is from a longer video on peer mediation. You have to go directly to the BBC Learning Zone site to view it.
what makes a good peer mediator

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