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Conflict Resolution

Course Number
OLConflictResolution2hrLINK
Overview

During this two-hour training, participants will be discussing common conflicts between children that occur in the environment. Together, we will also discuss and understand the definition of conflict in a child’s perspective. Common management styles and reactions to conflict will be reviewed for participants to use as tool for identifying conflict origins. This course will also provide insight to the importance of structure, expectations, and consistency and how these key elements assist with resolving conflicts. Participants will learn about the side effects associated with avoiding conflict and how it can hinder appropriate social development.  We will deliberate and review researched problem solving strategies to use in the classroom to help reduce child interaction conflict.

Objective

1.1   a. Understands the impact of physical health on children’s social, emotional, cognitive, language, and motor development
1.1 i. Applies relationship-based practices and family-centered practices to support the family in reducing risks that may negatively affect child health and development

1.4 b. provides opportunities for children to make meaningful choices
1.4 f. provides appropriate guidance to assist children in understanding the results of their actions.
1.10 b. Responds to children’s needs and interests as they play
1.10 e. Teaches children how to be peer models for play

1.10 g. Assists children in sharing toys and materials with one another and teaches children how to take turns
4.2 a. Plans, implements, and adapts a supportive learning environment that promotes children’s safety, positive interactions, and behaviors
4.2 c. Establishes clear, consistent, and realistic boundaries based on developmentally appropriate expectations
4.2 d. Makes sure expectations for routines and tasks are clear and purposeful for all children 

4.3 c. Develops clear and developmentally appropriate expectations with children and states them in a positive form (i.e., “walk please” vs. “no running”)
4.3 f. Models positive social interactions, such as friendship skills, empathy, and respect

Additional Information

Additional information about this session: Please be sure to download and print your handouts prior to the session. If you arrive more than 15 minutes after the training session has begun, you will NOT receive credit for this session. Attendance for this session is limited to WV Birth to Three RAU Staff, Service Coordinators and Direct Service Providers. If you do not fit into one of these categories, you will not receive credit for the session. This session has a post-test requirement. You must score at least an 80% on the post-test to receive credit for the session. Proof of Learning-Assessment

-Ice breaker start up question
-Review regulations and guidelines
-Welcome and Introductions of instructor and producer
-Learning Objectives
-Definition of conflict
 -Activity
-Video
-Resolution strategies
 -Expectations
 -Activity
Course Hours
2.00

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