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Peer Mediation Facilitator Training
Transcript of Peer Mediation Facilitator Training
Peer Mediation & Restorative Dialogues
II. Agency Introduction & Overview
III. Peer Mediation Program Overview
VI. First Contact:
Establishing a presence
at school site
1. CYS Mission Statement &
3. Affiliates - ERJC/RJC
Our Peer Mediation History
Spring 2014 Peer Mediation Facilitator Training
STudents Able to Resolve Situations
Project Peace (2000)
Lowered discipline referrals 50-80% in one year
35 schools/5 school districts
Recognized by US DOJ as an effective method of reducing school violence
CYS Today: Moving Forward
What is Peer Mediation? Why?
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS)
Serving communities of color
Microcosm --> Macrocosm
"Staying Afloat" : Data Reporting
5 mediations per month = YOU CAN DO IT!
Building rapport, establishing a presence
Getting Referrals = ORGANIC PROCESS
Los Angeles County Dept. of Community and Senior Services
Dispute Resolution (Program) Services to residents of LA County
Keeping the "Roots"
Setting up the mediation
The Mediation Process
Agreement to take part
Student Peer Mediator-Lead Introductions
Sample Scripts/Training Wheels
Caucusing/Reconvening the disputants
Writing the Agreement
After the Mediation Session...
Debriefing with your mediators
Overview of what happened
What did you learn?
Does this remind you of anything you've experienced before?
What do you understand better about yourself/peer mediation?
What do you think was going on here?
Case Studies & Role Plays
Were you a “victim” or “offender” of bullying/harassment/violence in school?
Back In The Days…
Building rapport with your mediators
Informal tone - find your style
Circles - during training days
Implementing self-reflecting activities/process
Evaluating peer mediators - continuously
Short & sweet is key
Student Peer Mediator
Guidelines - Handouts
Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic rewards
Motivational intrinsic/extrinsic reward “system”
Misuse of process by mediators
Procedures and protocols
Reporting to school admin/staff in emergencies
Working/interacting with school staff
Knowing school structure - aux. staff
PR for STARS Club
Memos/announcements to staff & students
Signs & posters
-Decorating your facility & campus - follow procedures/protocols
Establishing a Presence at Your School Site
$tipends - How to keep ‘em coming
Evaluations - Circles/One-to-One