The conflict resolution training sessions focus on the SEL skills needed to resolve conflict. Participants will explore how to identify the roots of conflict, choose an appropriate conflict style, and communicate effectively in order to find resolution. At each interactive training, all participants will receive or be able to order relevant posters 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 what was learned and update or refine your conflict resolution program.
Trainings are free for New Jersey Educators.
Conflict Resolution for elementary, middle, and high school educators are scheduled throughout the year.
Visit our Events Page for a schedule of upcoming trainings and to register.
If a training is full, click here to be put on the waiting list.
- New Jersey Law Center, New Brunswick, NJ
- 9 am to 3 pm (breakfast & lunch included)
- PD Credits Earned: 5.5
- Registration required
- Via Zoom (webcam/microphone required)
- 3 hours (am and pm sessions)
- PD Credits Earned: 3.0
- Registration required
For questions about NJSBF trainings or to request accommodation or to inquire about accessibility for any training, please contact Jessica Taube, Director of Conflict Resolution and Anti-Bias Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org or call call 732.937.7523.
No Show Policy. If you are unable to attend a training after registering, please let us know. You may cancel your registration up to the day before training by emailing Bobby Espinoza at email@example.com or by calling 732.937.7528.
If you register and do not attend, you will be placed on our “No Show” list. Should this occur three times, you will be removed from our email list. Cancelling allows us to fill your spot with an educator from our training waiting list.
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.”
“Your program is very interactive and relevant. The information obtained today will be useful in my classroom presentations.”
“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!”