Say What's Wrong and Make It Right
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Comprehensive Grade Level Student Body Assemblies
The purpose of these assemblies is to formally teach the Five-Step Process to the entire student body population, one grade level at a time. The assemblies are presented at each grade level with humor and student participation including: a game that illustrates basic concepts; role-working demonstrations; and an enactment of a robot visit. Some of the basic ideas covered are:
- Unresolved feelings lead to conflict.
- Talking about a problem is better than hurting and leads to win-win solutions.
- Everyone has the right and responsibility to "Say What's Wrong and Make It Right."
Experiential One Hour Staff Introduction
This is a participatory workshop for the staff to develop an understanding of the Five-Step Process and appreciation of the valuable outcomes. The purpose is for educators to feel motivated and capable of implementing the components immediately.
Hands-On Community Presentations
Parents, grandparents, childcare providers, educators, counselors, and social workers will learn how to empower children through developing their communication and problem-solving skills with "Say What's Wrong and Make It Right." Two or three hour sessions are available. Participants will walk away with the tools to create greater harmony in their immediate environment. They will be equipped to phase out their "job of being chief negotiator" in the middle of children's problems.
The book, "Say What's Wrong and Make It Right" is now available. "This book is for anyone who wants to contribute to developing peaceful communication and problem-solving skills in an individual child, a group of children, or an entire family...It is an easy-to learn, hands-on approach to conflict resolution. This process encourages and develops responsibility, assertive communication, and problem-solving skills in children...and
adults as well." Click on Book Purchase to buy.
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