A book on Building Communication Skills: Creative Conflict Resolution
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Creative Conflict Resolution is a book by William J. Kreidler, a US-based educator specializing in conflict resolution. This book provides elementary school teachers and administrators with methods to help students resolve conflicts fueled by anger, prejudice, and aggression. The book includes over 200 activities, worksheets, forms, and games that foster student communication and problem-solving skills, and help them resolve peer conflict. The book also includes a chapter dedicated to strategies that teachers can use to resolve conflict with parents and colleagues.
Kreidler, W. J. (1984). Creative conflict resolution: More than 200 activities for keeping peace in the classroom. Glenview, Ill: Scott, Foresman and Co.
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