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November 2019

Advanced Restorative Schools Training – Repairing Harm

Many schools have begun implementing restorative practices as a foundation for a positive school climate and community-building. Successfully implementing the values of restorative justice beyond Tier 1 in situations of harm and severe conflict (often seen at MTSS/PBIS Tier 2 and 3) entails a further set of skills. This training will provide participants the opportunity to learn, build, and practice the skills needed to facilitate problem-solving and harm-repair circles and address situations of severe conflict. In this two-day interactive training,…

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December 2019

KIPCOR Shorts 2019

Luyken Fine Arts Center, 300 East 27th Street
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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"KIPCOR Shorts" is a new design of our signature annual CME/CEU Shorts Day. We explore critical professional practice issues in mediation and conflict resolution. The training day is prepared for mediators and those interested in conflict resolution-related practices. This year we will host short talks (Ignite or PechaKucha style) on conflict resolution from practitioners and researchers, while also experiencing the circle process and open space sessions with YOUR "hot topics." You won't want to miss this participant-centered learning event! Approval…

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January 2020

Practical Skills for Managing Group and Organizational Conflict – January 2020

Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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Conflict within organizations, from workgroups to whole organizations and communities, can be a critical drain on resources or a major source of growth and creativity. This course focuses on the dynamics of groups and organizations of all sizes, models of both inter- and intra-group conflict and practical intervention techniques. Topics include designing and managing effective meetings and decision-making processes; techniques for large- and small-group problem-solving; and facilitation for consensus. CME and CEU Credit pending; Academic credit available (SSC 461) A…

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Culture, Gender, and Power in Conflict – January 2020

Kaufman House, 2515 College Ave.
North Newton, KS 67117 United States
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Explore the myriad ways that culture, gender, and power differences create conflict and also complicate the understanding and management of conflict. Particular attention will be given to: Culture/gender markers and value patterns, Culture/gender conflict norms, Conflict processing differences across culture/gender , and Ingroup/outgroup power dynamics and conflict. Films and role-plays will be used extensively to allow students to observe and analyze course principles in “real-life” settings. Practical approaches for working with the dynamics of culture, gender, and power will be…

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