Pdf article from Conflict Management in Higher Education Report, Volume 1, Number 2, (March/April 2000), which “presents a few preliminary findings from a two-year study of all graduate ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) and CR (Conflict Resolution) programs in the United States, the study concentrates on 45 areas of inquiry utilizing semi-structured interviews of program directors and coordinators concerning issues such as the growth and direction of their programs.”
Presentation of the status of conflict resolution education in the state of Iowa.
Presentation of report on Minnesota’s conflict resolution and prevention education.
Presentation of efforts in the state of Michigan to make dispute resolution options available to all Michigan students with disabilities.
Spanish langage presentation of the value of teaching conflict resolution education in schools.
Presentation of the value of teaching conflict resolution education in schools.
Presentation examining the state of confict resolution education in Australia.
Global Issues Resource Center, Office of Community Continuing Education at Cuyahoga Community College, the Organizational of American States, and the United Nations Development Program hosted State and International Conflict Resolution Education Policy Team Meetings. The purpose of the policy team meetings was to allow conflict resolution education and peace education practitioners and supporters to share insights and information about policy, infrastructure and research needs to promote conflict resolution education and peace education. Document contains meeting agendas, list of participants and conference attendees responses to questions for inclusion in the reader.
Pdf document offering guidance for teachers to be present in the moment and teach with an open heart, “good teaching comes from the identity and integrity of the teacher.” Written above title on document: NCIP (National Curriculum Integration Project).
Pdf document which discusses the integration and infusion of conflict resolution education into the curriculum. Written above title on document: NCIP (National Curriculum Integration Project).
Pdf document presenting a series of lessons for both language arts and social studies classes which examine conflict, explore positive solutions and examine how issues of culture and bias, social and emotional learning and law related education impact conflict and its resolution. Written above title on document: NCIP (National Curriculum Integration Project).
Pdf document presented as a guide for integrating the principles and practices of conflict resolution into the middle school classroom culture and curriculum. Topics addressed include: Educational Theories; Core Components of an Integrated Program; Integrating Four Related Fields; Comprehensive Conflict Resolution Curriculum Outline; Creating a Caring Classroom Climate; Benchmark Abilities of a Peaceable Classroom; Outline for a Successful Integrated Conflict Resolution Program; Getting Started Questionnaire; Implementation Timeline; and Curriculum Mapping
Fifth online chapter from, “Education That Makes a Difference: Success Stories for Conflict Resolution Educators,” presents the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management a leader in the United States of school-based conflict resolution education. Original Source: Chapter 11 from People Building Peace II: Successful Stories Of Civil Society (Project of the European Centre for Conflict Prevention) by Paul Van Tongeren, Malin Brenk, Marte Hellema, and Juliette Verhoeven (Eds), Lynne Rienner Publishers (2005)
Word document with assessment of behavior and strategies to deal with a student’s acting out.