Learning How to Get Along: An Activity in Conflict Resolution
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The Out on a Limb website was developed to provide educators an accessible tool for teaching children the skills they require to resolve conflicts and get along with others. From the website, teachers can access guides, worksheets and interactive activities to help students develop conflict resolution skills. The activities specifically focus on demonstrating positive responses to conflict through case examples, as well as ineffective responses, including aggressive and passive strategies.
The Out on a Limb conflict resolution website was created by University of Illinois faculty members in partnership with the staff from the National Centre in Conflict Resolution Education. This tool is available for use in English, Arabic and Spanish.
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