Workshop: Non-Violent Conflict Resolution for the Classroom
Posted by on February 6, 2004
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The University of the Arts Department of Art Education and Art Therapy Presents:
Non-Violent Conflict Resolution for the Classroom
A one-day workshop for Teachers and Coordinators on effective techniques and strategies for resolving real-life problems that occur in the classroom: bullying, teasing, threatening, put-downs, pushing, hitting, enforced social isolation, etc.
(6 Act 48 hours)
The Goals of this workshop are:
* To Expand teachers’ and future teachers’ knowledge regarding bullying in schools, the extent of the problem, characteristics of bullies and their victims, and perceptions of bullying
* To address the negative impact bullying can have on the educational environment and on students’ ability to progress academically and socially
* To present tips and techniques for effective classroom-level and individual-level interventions for bullying behaviors
* To provide resources on effective bully intervention strategies and programs
Carolyn Falcone, Keynote Speaker;
Dr. Josephine Pirrone
Jo Ann Wright
Date: Saturday, February 21, 2004
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Place: The University of the Arts
320 South Board Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
N.W. corner of Broad & Pine Streets
For more information, please contact the Department of Art Education and Art Therapy, 215-717-6050
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