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Omgaan met conflicten op school en in de klas via o.a. stappenplannen, herstelgerichte aanpak, geweldloze communicatie ...
Project 'Together differently': Practical example from the support network
Through this project, people want to work on social skills in the classroom (starting from a case of a registered student); ensure that social-emotional development is given a place in the classroom and in the longer term within the school …
Reflecting on (problem) situations: Thinking card
A handy overview to reflect on situations together with your student. This overview is based on the ABC and GGGG schedules.
The questions start from:
- Where did the problem begin?
- What happened?
- How did you feel?
- What have I done?
- Was my …
Social-emotional development: Info, lesson suggestions and approach to problems
In the first part you will find six major themes:
- resolve conflict situations,
- relationships and sexuality,
- values and norms,
- confidence and resilience.
With each theme you will find general background information and some …
How do toddlers learn to resolve conflicts? : Kindergarten
Conflict experiences at a young age: a curse or a blessing?
How you experience conflicts at a young age influences the way in which you later establish relationships with others and with yourself. It is therefore instructive for toddlers to …
Resolving quarrel with conflict fan
A step-by-step plan for resolving conflicts independently.
Mediate in a conflict
These cards help children to resolve conflicts themselves. Based on these questions they ask each other, they can come to a solution themselves or with the help of a teacher.
S.T.O.R.M. poster: How do I resolve a fight?
On this wall plate you will find a step-by-step plan for resolving arguments:
- stop and cool,
- show respect,
- find solutions,
- choose a solution,
- make a plan.
The first letters of each step form the word STORM
Friend Wheel: Tool for resolving conflicts
You can use this image to let students resolve conflicts themselves.
Nonviolent communication: Roadmap
By creating a step-by-step plan, children can learn to independently resolve a conflict.