Conflict Management

Conflict Management - Conflict Management By: Shawnna...

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    Conflict Management By: Shawnna Sleight       Amber Murray       Joyce McHenry
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    The Essentials of Conflict Management Conflicts become negative only when  they degenerate into violence Teachers work hard to make conflicts  into practical, real-life learning  opportunities
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    The Essentials Continued Conflict management is fundamental  to developmentally appropriate  practice Mediation is not “time off task”
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    The Essentials Continued Non-productive reactions happen for a  variety of reasons: Emotional discomfort caused by the  conflict Need to “remind” certain children who is  in charge
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    The Essentials Continued Need for a child to “learn the  consequences” of his actions Frustration at being distracted from “time  on task” Not knowing what to do
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    The Terms of Conflict Management Social Problem Solving
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course CFS 176 taught by Professor Osgood during the Fall '06 term at ASU.

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