One of my dear teacher once said that if we realize that everything that happens in our lives is not that serious and we become more playful and enthusiastic about progress, better life becomes a possibility. For that reason, I end this collection with the multitude of cartoons about conflict resolution.
Look quite carefully at this 5-part article about teaching which deals with the following questions: Tips for Effective Teacher to Teacher Communication; What Do Teachers Want?; Habits of Highly Successful Teachers; Tips for Effective Parent and Teacher Communication; and Suggestions for Principles to Provide Teacher Support.
Solutions for Conflict management in schools are enabled with greater ease due to this text, an excellent starting point for mediation and conflict resolution. The authors looked closer at appropriate and inappropriate behaviors that adults may exhibit to meet their psychological needs. In the text there is a succinct introduction to problem-solving skills, conflict management models, and discussion questions.
Successful relationships are not the matter of good luck, but a result of focused action and genuine care. This list features communication experts from Carnegie to Ferrazzi and is definitely worth your time.
So many people know what they do not want in their profession and yet human beings that really want progress should look forward to building strategies and states that will bring them to a desirable results.
Ernie C. Cerado compiled a very insightful slideshare document and research about Conflict resolution strategies among school principles. It is also useful if you want to learn more about strategies that have when it comes to school development.
In a straightforward manner and with clear steps, you will learn the fundamentals of conflict resolution. I especially liked this attitude of the author Alexander Kjerulf, ''You can’t win a conflict at work. Winning a conflict ie. getting the outcome you want regardless of what the other person wants can be gratifying, sure, but the problem is that the underlying issue has not been solved.''