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   Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation DVD
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    Description: Conflict can be one of the most stressful elements in anyone's life. It can drain individuals of their physical and mental energy, leaving them on the verge of exhaustion. For those whose conflicts are allowed to go unresolved, pressure may build within them until it explodes uncontrollably into violence and destruction. Developing conflict resolution skills - learning to settle potentially explosive situations in a positive and constructive manner - can often be helped by the process of peer mediation.
    Price: $99.95
    Copyright: ©2004
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:25 minutes
    UPC:69394 0166433
    Learning Objectives: 1) Students will learn the definition of define the term, 'conflict,' and discuss two types of conflict--emotional and physical.
    2) Students will learn about the physical and emotional effects of conflict upon the body.
    3) Students will learn ways in which people deal with conflict both negatively and positively.
    4) Students will learn about 'peer mediation' as a form of conflict resolution, the benefits of peer mediation, and the role of the mediator.
    5) Students will learn the process of peer mediation.

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    Physical and emotional conflict and its effects on the body and behavior of those involved is examined in this clear, logical presentation. Unresolved conflict may escalate into violence and substance abuse. Many ways to deal with conflict are explained, especially peer mediation. In schools where this technique is used, there is less violence and improved attendance. Each step in the mediator?s role to help the parties negotiate a satisfactory resolution is explained including a commitment to talk out the problem, and a willingness to be flexible and compromise to arrive at a win-win situation. The program uses voice-over narration with appropriate well-acted scenes at school, at work, at home, and in social situations to illustrate the points being made. An outline of important information is displayed onscreen. Counselors could use the program to establish peer mediation. Students viewing the video will better understand the nature of conflicts and learn positive ways to deal with them.
    SOURCE: School Library Journal, October 2003 Issue
    AUTHOR: Anitra Gordon, Lincoln High School, Ypsilanti, MI
    Reproduced, with permission from School Library Journal Copyright
    By Cahners Business Information
    A Division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
    Special Features:
    Region Free

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