by Fred Schrumpf, Donna K Crawford, Richard J Bodine
With the new focus on restorative discipline in schools, a peer mediation program can lower out-of-school suspensions, build a positive school climate, and promote peace and cooperation.
This program guide shows how to design, implement, and operate a successful peer mediation program with students in grades 6-12, placing particular emphasis on social and cultural diversity. It provides step-by-step instructions for staff orientation and training, student orientation, and the selection and training of mediators. Contains 30 activities which prepare student mediators to conduct most mediation requests. Also discusses the processes of negotiation and group problem solving. Includes numerous reproducible forms.
NOTE: The Peer Mediation Student Manual (sold separately) is recommended for each student mediator.
Additional Product Info
|Recommended ages:||Ages 6 through 12|
|Grade level:||Grades K through 7|