Kids Working It out : Stories and Strategies for Making Peace in Our Schools / Edition 1

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Overview

Kids who understand how to manage conflict successfully can transform their schools into safer and kinder places to learn. Kids Working It Out offers educators and parents a guide to the most current and effective school-based conflict resolution programs and shows how these programs can make a positive difference in our schools. Throughout the book, students and teachers share their stories of what it's really like in today's schools and reveal how Conflict Resolution Education, has shaped their experiences. Kids Working It Out covers a wide range of topics— curriculum integration, peer mediation, restorative justice, and others— and shows what it takes to implement an effective program in any school, and any community.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Engaging book." (Dispute Resolution Journal, April 2003)

"Highly Recommend." (CHOICE, September 1, 2003)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787963798
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 7/28/2003
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.05 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Tricia S. Jones is professor, Department of Psychological Studies, Temple University and editor-in-chief of Conflict Resolution Quarterly (formerly Mediation Quarterly), published by Jossey-Bass.

Randy Compton is executive director of the School Mediation Center in Boulder, Colorado and project coordinator for the National Curriculum Integration Project.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Mark Gerzon xi

Introduction xv

PART ONE: CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION: THE NEED AND THE POTENTIAL 1

1 Kids and Conflict in Schools: What’s It Really Like? 3
Randy Compton, School Mediation Center

2 An Introduction to Conflict Resolution Education 17
Tricia S. Jones, Temple University

3 The Building Blocks of Conflict Resolution Education: Direct Instruction, Adult Modeling, and Core Practices 35
Carol Miller Lieber, Educators for Social Responsibility

PART TWO: WHAT WORKS: SUCCESS STORIES IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION EDUCATION 61

4 The Heart of the Matter: Social and Emotional Learning as a Foundation for Conflict Resolution Education 63
Rachael Kessler, PassageWays Institute

In Their Own Words: “I Know That I Have Grown a Lot Emotionally” 76

5 “We Can Handle This Ourselves”: Learning to Negotiate Conflicts 89
Jennifer K. Druliner and Heather E. Prichard, Association for Conflict Resolution

In Their Own Words: “I’ve Changed After the PYN Training” 98

6 Students Helping Students: Peer Mediation 109
Richard Cohen, School Mediation Associates

In Their Own Words: “Peer Mediation Makes the World Better” 120

7 “We Can Do It Too!”: Peer Mediation for Special Education Students 129
Paul I. Kaplan, Hannah More School

In Their Own Words: “Every School Should Have It” 139

8 Express Yourself! Expressive Arts and Conflict Discovery 147
Sarah Pirtle, Discovery Center

In Their Own Words: “A Powerful Healing Tool and a Powerful Communication Tool” 162

9 Making Meaningful Connections: Curriculum Infusion 173
Rachel A. Poliner, Educational Consultant

In Their Own Words: “Infusion Lets You Do Lots More with Less Time” 188

10 Making Things Right: Restorative Justice for School Communities 199
Alice Ierley and David Claassen-Wilson, School Mediation Center

In Their Own Words: “People Actually Learn to Be Better People” 210

11 School Bullying: Prevention and Intervention 221
Beverly B. Title, Teaching Peace

In Their Own Words: “It Has Really Helped How Safe We Feel” 236

12 R.E.S.P.E.C.T.: Appreciating and Welcoming Differences 251
Priscilla Prutzman, Creative Response to Conflict

In Their Own Words: “It Made Me Speak Up for Myself and My Culture” 265

13 School’s Out: Time for Fun, Relaxation, and Peaceful Conflict Resolution Education 275
Sandy Tsubokawa Whittall, Educators for Social Responsibility

In Their Own Words: “When the Kids Are Playing, They Are Working as a Team” 282

14 Reflections on Stories of Success 291
Tricia S. Jones, Temple University, and Randy Compton, School Mediation Center

Postscript: The Importance of Supporting Conflict Resolution Education 309
Amalia G. Cuervo

Notes 311

Appendix A: Books, Publications, and Websites 319

Appendix B: Organizations and Programs 325

About the Editors 349

About the Contributors 351

Name Index 355

Subject Index 359

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2008

    Outstanding resource for teachers and parents

    This book is so practical and such an incredible resource. I have purchased it for all the teachers in my school - and my district is now ordering it for the other schools in our county. It is THE resource for conflcit resolution, healthy communcation, and restorative justice. Buy this book - you will be so grateful to have it!!

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