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Using Peer Mediation in Classrooms and Schools
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Using Peer Mediation in Classrooms and Schools
Strategies for Teachers, Counselors, and Administrators



February 2000 | 104 pages | Corwin
This book offers not only a hands-on training agenda that can be adapted to primary or secondary schools, but also a step-by-step approach to introducing peer mediation to administrators, faculty and staff, students, parents, and the community. The authors have included comprehensive guidelines and forms for everything needed to initiate a peer mediation programme, market it, train participants, and evaluate and expand an existing programme. Many forms are available that can be modified to the specifics of any school and programme. Frequently asked questions are addressed, and many suggestions provided to follow up the training and implementation of the program. This is an excellent guide for teachers, counsellors, administrators, or anyone wanting to introduce students to the benefits of peer mediation
 
PART ONE: WHAT PEER MEDIATION IS AND HOW TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS CAN DEVELOP THEIR PROGRAMS
 
Overview and History
 
Step One
Involving Faculty and Students

 
 
PART TWO: HOW TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, AND ADMINISTRATORS CAN IMPLEMENT AND EVALUATE THEIR MEDIATION PROGRAMS
 
Step Two
Selecting and Training of Mediators

 
 
Step Three
Getting Started

 
 
Step Four
The Referrals Process

 
 
Step Five
Follow-Up to Training

 

 "If parents read this book, they’ll make it mandatory!"

Duneo
Mediator Coordinator, PTA, Neil Armstrong Elementary School Scranton, PA

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ISBN: 9780761976516