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This workshop for students in grades 3-6 focuses on teaching students about conflict resolution skills, as well as bullying, cyber bullying & internet safety. It also highlights concepts for empathy development. The foundation for this workshop is learning how to be respectful and empathetic in all situations. Skills for dealing with conflict and bullying situations peacefully, in real life and through technology, are discussed.

A helpful description outlining sessions designed to build conflict resolutions skills and preventing bullying, cyber-bullying and internet safety for Grades 3-6.

The publishing agency requires that the facilitator be trained on the material before they deliver it.

Contact The Center for Women and Families and ask for the Community Education Coordinator for more information about the materials and exercises used in their workshop sessions.

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