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Emphasizing character-building as a prime ingredient in overcoming conflict, this five part series uses no-nonsense dramatizations, candid "school hallway" interviews, and expert commentary to define basic ideas, illustrate ways in which conflicts often play out, and ultimately present methods for diffusing them - based on honesty, awareness, and respect for others. There are five 30-minute programs in the series: HANDLING PEER PRESSURE OVERCOMING PREJUDICE DEALING WITH BULLYING HANDLING ANGER AND FRUSTRATION MANAGING CONFLICT RESOLUTION Grades 8 to 12

#13288/0425  CONFLICT RESOLUTION: Thinking It Through
A group of high school students develop their own solutions as they participate in a conflict resolution workshop led by an experienced facilitator and social worker. This program is a great way to open discussion on conflict resolution and communication. Can also be used to train teachers and others in conducting similar workshops. Grades 7 to 12

#10002/1945  CONFLICT RESOLUTION: You Can Solve It! DVD
Set in an urban school, this program shows how unexpressed anger, hurt feelings, thoughtless words, name-calling and threatening can cause conflicts to erupt and escalate. With the help of mediators Tara and Steve, young teens are empowered to resolve their conflicts by avoiding "conflict starters" and applying "conflict solvers." Grades 5 to 9

#11400/1945  CONFLICT: The Top Ten Starters and Stoppers DVD
This fast paced, catchy program shows students the most common behaviors that start conflicts - such as blaming, accusing, name calling, interrupting - and then demonstrates how to stop those resulting conflicts before they escalate into major confrontations. Grades 3 to 5

Let’s face it - anger is a fact of life, an emotion everyone can relate to. But it isn’t always handled well, and if it surges out of control, the effects can be devastating. This video examines the problems arising from extreme or repressed anger and presents helpful methods for loosening the grip that all-consuming rage can have on one’s mind and actions. Viewers learn basic psychological concepts relating to the human need to confront and remove obstacles, a primal instinct that all too easily translates into "lashing out". Encouraging students to look closely at their feelings in these trigger situations, the program highlights steps that can be taken toward dealing rationally with anger sources, focusing on staying "centered" rather than "getting even". Family and peer relationships, the importance of self-respect and respect for others, and useful distinctions between "good" and "bad" anger all come into play here.

Teen conflicts can explode out of control and escalate into consequences far greater than anticipated by anyone. This 6 part series lays the groundwork for teenage viewers to start developing skills and character traits that will aid in the process of defusing and de-escalating problem siutations. Grades 7 to 12

#14456/0433  KELSO'S BOOSTER CURRICULUM KIT, New 4th Edition
This Booster Kit provides additional lesson plans, activities, and games that complement the Kelso Conflict Management program. The Kit includes the "Putting Kelso into Play" DVD with additional scenarios plus two "It's Your Choice" card game decks, one for Grades K to 3 and the other for Grades 4 and 5, that students can play in or outside the classroom, plus an extensive Leader's Guide with additional lessons Grades K to 6

This conflict-management curriculum, intended for Grades K-5, is based on the premise that every child is capable of becoming a peacemaker. The program is comprised of two sections for grades K - 3 and grades 4 - 5. The same core concepts and philosophy are taught in both sections with slight differences to reflect the varying developmental and maturity levels. Grades K - 3 lessons are designed around Kelso the Frog, and offers nine options students can choose from to resolve conflicts. Grades 4 - 5 lessons are based around K.C.'s Choices which present eight verbal and nonverbal choices. Students are taught to use these choices and differentiate between problems they can handle on their own and those requiring adult intervention. They will also be empowered with skills to make, and become accountable for, their own choices. The Complete kit series includes all THREE kits at a discounted price.Grades K to 5

#14455/0433  KELSO'S CONFLICT MANAGEMENT KIT, New 4th Edition
"Excellent curriculum that focuses on developing the essential social-emotional skill sets which help to boost academic achievement." Susie Carrell, Elementary School Counselor This kit is based on the premise that every child is capable of becoming a peacemaker. Comprised of two sections for Grades K to 3 and Grades 4 and 5. The same core concepts are taught with variation for different developmental and maturity levels. *Includes the following: The new 4th Edition "Kelso in Action" DVD, Leader's Guide with printable material, Paper Puppet cut-outs, colored Willow Pond Storybook, Kelso Puppet, Lily Puppet, Grades K to 3 Poster Set, and Grades 4 and 5 Poster Set. Grades K to 5

This exclusive kit created to reinforce Kelso's Choices beyond the school house walls. This kit is intended for parent use in the home and/or small group counseling sessions. Includes "Kelso Beyond the Classroom" DVD with additional scenarios, activities workbook, Willow Pond Storybook, and Kelso's "Hoppin' Home" Board Game. Grades K to 6

#14656/0697  LAST HIT (THE): Children and Violence
*Multi-award winning including CINE GOLD EAGLE This culturally diverse video focuses on children ages 6 to 12 who earnestly and candidly share their experiences and viewpoints on what constitutes violence and the best ways to avoid it. Deals with violence encountered in multiple settings - the home, relatives, school. Although primarily intended for elementary school age children, the video also offers viewpoints important for parents and helping professionals.Grades K to 3

#9754/1945  LET'S ALL GET ALONG: Conflict Resolution DVD
So many kids in primary school these days don't really have much peer group or sibling experience to help them handling situations involving conflict. Age-relevant vignettes help them to understand that interacting with others and settling differences amicably is the only acceptable way to go. Grades K to 2

Brings middle school age viewers to a level of awareness about how their communication styles and habits can make a big difference in the process of conflict resolution. Age relevant vignettes show how that difference can be either positive or negative, helpful or destructive. Grades 5 to 9

#8705/1945  RESOLVING CONFLICT: Step-By-Step DVD
Whether it's a misunderstanding between friends, trying to come to an agreement with classmates, or a flat out argument with someone you don't like, resolving conflicts peaceably and effectively is a skill that will be forever valuable. This video offers some really useful skills to help. Grades 7 to 12

Show kids how to improve their relationships with friends, classmates, and adults at school by learning basic conflict resolution skills. Introduce students to practical strategies that allow them to settle their differences peacefully. Grades 3 to 5

Sometimes conflicts just don't seem solvable. Sometimes people are just not likeable. To kids in elementary school that can appear to be the end of the story. But this video brings out a plan for getting past these seemingly impassable obstructions. Grades 3 to 5


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