"There's one factor that can create the distinction between damaging your connection and relying on it whenever you're in conflict with someone, the factor is attitude. The assembly of a powerful and stable leadership team is a key to achievement."
Student conflict is a common problem in schools. If they are not practically supervised and controlled, it can prevent the school from achieving its goals and goals and will have a negative impact on the school climate. Mediation is one of the ways in which conflicts between individuals or groups can be reduced at home or at school or work. Teaching conflict management and resolution skills to students can provide them with the necessary tools for productive and practical solutions to their own conflict.
This type of training can also improve the self-esteem, self-confidence, and communication skills of the students. This paper's main focus is on exploring the history of mediation and explaining essential elements of programs for adult and peer mediation. Then the discussion follows on the advantages, limitations and techniques adopted for their management.
Intends To Accomplish
- Everyone else understands.
- Conflict resolution.
- Creating a peaceful classroom.
- Leads to achieving goals.
- Gives new insight.
- Personal growth and understanding.
- Improves engagement.