The Peace Table: Conflict Resolution in the Preschool Classroom

Peaceful conflict resolution means working through a problem or conflict in a way that does not physically, emotionally, or socially harm anyone. Using these strategies allows children to feel competent in handling situations and relationships while fostering feelings of respect for the self and other people. Workshop participants will learn strategies to facilitate conflict resolution in their own classroom setting.

Instructor

  • Carrie Becker

    Early Childhood Specialist

    Carrie Becker

    Carrie Becker is an educational consultant who specializes in early childhood and special education. She has an undergraduate degree in elementary/special education and a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. Carrie uses her 20+ years of experience working with children and families to design professional development workshops that inspire teachers to reflect upon and grow their teaching practices. She is passionate about creating environments that foster authentic learning experiences for both children and adults.

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Introduction
    • Introduction to Carrie
    • The Peace Table
    • Objectives
  • 2
    Conflict Resolution
    • What is Conflict?
    • Past
    • Resolution Practices
    • Your Observations
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Conflict Resolution Steps
  • 3
    Peaceful Conflict Resolution
    • Conflict Resolution in Action
    • Videos
    • Reflecting on Videos
    • Peaceful Conflict Resolution
    • The Peace Rose
  • 4
    Final Task
    • Making a Plan
    • Lesson Plans to Promote Conflict Resolution
    • Transforming Early Childhood Education
  • 5
    Final Quiz and Course Feedback
    • Final Quiz
    • Course Feedback
    • Course Feedback