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July 12, 2017
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Rumors and gossip lead to serious conflict between two girls. Student mediators create a structure in which the girls can begin to communicate, understand one another, and reach an amicable agreement. There are many techniques demonstrated in this video. Length: 14 minutes.
Kayla and Isiah are boyfriend-girlfriend. Their relationship is threatened by Isiah's decision to become a serious student and take honors classes. The dramatization includes mediation of the dispute and much more. The topic is intriguing and provocative. Length: 14 minutes.
These manuals were developed by experienced mediators who have trained students and faculty in hundreds of schools since 1992. The manuals, each over 200 pages, show you how to teach the sophisticated process of sit-down mediation. Sections on how to set up the program in your school as well as all student handouts and program evaluations are included.
Price: $200 each
This manual contains CRU Institute's mediation training curriculum formatted for classroom use. The manual is a conflict resolution curriculum appropriate for health classes or other general life skills classes. It contains 45 minute lessons emphasizing negotiation skills and being your own mediator.
Price: $150 each
(Additional copies $75)
Price: $4 each
Diversity Training DVD and leader's guide: A training DVD showing how differences can create conflict and how students help other students understand those differences and resolve conflicts through mediation. 23min
This DVD runs 40 minutes and is divided into four sections. Each section is followed by a series of discussion questions for students and faculty.
The DVD was created to help students, teachers, and administrators begin to explore why our middle and high schools have become places where many students feel ridiculed, depressed, victimized, and disenfranchised. The program and your discussions that follow will offer participants the opportunity to view what is happening at your school and to consider options that your students and faculty can implement to create a more positive school environment.