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Resolving and Transforming conflict

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Transcript of Resolving and Transforming conflict

- is a natural part of life.

-from latin word "
conflictus
" which means striking together in force.
Resolving and Transforming
Conflict
Peace Theme 6:
1st, describe the behavior that angers you.

2nd, describe how you feel about the behaviour

3rd, describe the reason for your feeling.

HOW DO WE DIRECTLY EXPRESS
OUR ANGER?
Territorial disputes
Ethnic and religious animosities
Ideological and power struggles
Social injustice
Search for state hood
Trade and market competitions
Contest over economic resources.
WHY DO CONFLICTS ARISE?

Peace Education: Transformative Response To Major Societal Challenges
misunderstanding and miscommunication
unmet expectation
compatibility of ideas, opinion and beliefs, values, goal and interests
distrust
competition over material resources
coercion
defense of honor
desire for revenge
intolerance
power struggles in group situation
interrelations within our setting...
DEALING WITH ANGER IN A
CONFLICT SITUATION
WAYS TO CHANGE THE FORM OF OUR ANGER
HOW DO WE DEAL WITH
OTHER PEOPLE'S ANGER?

what is CONFLICT?
HOW DO WE DIRECTLY EXPRESS OUR ANGER?
1st, describe the behavior that angers you.
2nd, describe how you feel about the behavior
3rd, describe the reason for your feeling.
Allow expression.Listen
Do not counter attack
Stand in the shoe of other
Help him/her to calm down
Paraphrase/clarify
Explain your situation
Look in to options together
If you cant deal with the other persons wrath, ask for help

recognize that you
are angry.
distance yourself from
the situations
release anger physically in
indirect form
use relaxation
techniques
calm your mind talk to your self
apply therapeutic
techniques
turn to spiritual support
use social support
cry it out
STEPS IN COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING APPROACH
STORY TELLING
FOCUSING
THINKING UP
CONCURRING
SOME TIPS TO A GOOD DIALOGUE
Speak in a gentle, non threatening manner
Think carefully of what you are going to say
Use the “i” message
Admit your own responsibility to the conflicts
Avoid using hazy statements and global word such as “always” and “never”. Be as specific as possible
Be willing to tell other person his/her positive attributes.
Show positive regard and respect.
Be tough on the problem not on the person.
Don’t take anything personally
Be solution oriented.

Main Option in Dealing with Conflict
Avoidance or withdrawal.
Aggression
Accommodation
Compromise
Collaboration or collaborative problem-solving
The Peaceable Classroom
-characterized by affirmation, cooperation, communication, appreciation for diversity, appropriate expression of feelings and peaceful conflict resolution.
What is Mediation?
-is a process where an impartial third party can come in to help disputants reach an agreement that is mutually beneficial and workable.
Ways To Create The Atmosphere Of Love And Acceptance In The Classroom
Encourage respect for and acceptance of differences.

Employ more cooperative than competitive activities.

Teach students how to resolve conflicts peacefully & constructively

Practice students skills of communication.
Declare your classroom a zone of peace and establish rules to achieve it.
As the teacher, let this peace begin with you.
Affirm your student
Express feelings appropriately & encourage student to do so.
Thank you!

peace be with you.
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