Conflict Resolution

The conflict resolution training sessions focus on conflict resolution techniques such as identifying conflict, ascertaining sources of conflict, skills to solve conflict and much more. At each interactive training, all participants will receive relevant posters for their schools and a copy of our conflict resolution guide which contains lesson plans, student handouts and a “Setting Up a Program” section for educators in your school to help turnkey, update or refine your conflict resolution program.

Our brand new, updated guides will be distributed beginning with our fall 2017 workshops.

This program is FREE for educators. All trainings are from 9am-3pm. Participants who attend the full training will receive 5.5 professional development credits.

Please click on the buttons below to register for a specific training. All trainings max out at 30 participants. To be put on a wait list for the training, please email Elissa Zylbershlag at [email protected] with the following information: name; school name; date of the training you would like to attend; email address; and phone number.

 

Registration links will be released two months prior to training dates. To be the first to learn about upcoming trainings, sign up for our educator email list here.

Conflict Resolution Training - Middle/High School

 

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Conflict Resolution Training - Elementary

 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

NJSBF “NO SHOW” POLICY

If you register for and do not show up at a workshop, we will notify you that you have been placed on our “No Show” list. Should this occur two times, you will be removed from our email list.

We understand that things happen that might prevent you from attending a workshop for which you are registered. You may cancel your registration at any time up to the morning of the training by simply emailing [email protected] or by calling 732-937-7523 in order to prevent being placed on the “No Show” list.

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation is a nonprofit philanthropic and educational organization. Funding is furnished by the IOLTA Fund of the Bar of New Jersey and limited to providing education to the public. The Foundation is dedicated to fulfilling its mission despite limited funding that is significantly impacted by market interest rates. Your cooperation in honoring your registration at our free workshops is essential.

What attendees had to say…

“Loved, loved, loved the seminar. Especially all the great hand-outs that I can use with students and staff. I also loved the activities—seeing them in action. I plan to use them as lesson ideas and with our staff at staff meetings.”

Susan Carter

School Counselor

“Your program is very interactive and relevant. The information obtained today will be useful in my classroom presentations.”

Nancy Howe

Guidance Counselor

“The workshop was well-organized and engaging. Hands-on, practical activities were used to demonstrate the importance of understanding others’ perspectives. Time well-spent! Thanks so much!”

Laura Lopez

ELA/Writing Teacher (grade 6)