Repeated practice and reinforcement.
Helping students to work toward independent mastery of the strategy through repeated practice and reinforcement means giving them opportunities to use the strategy many times with decreasing amounts of assistance each time. The idea here is that it is better to teach a few key writing strategies well than it is to teach many of them insufficiently. Students value and master the things we have them do repeatedly. In a way, this gets back to identifying strategies worth teaching -- look for ones that are crucial to writing processes, such as strategies for planning particular types of writing, or for structuring texts certain ways. Then model, practice and repeat.
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Teach Kids to Resolve Conflicts Well (Parent Further)
Teaching Kids to Resolve Conflicts Respectfully (pdf from Parenting Exchange)
Coaching Children in Handling Everyday Conflicts ()
Helping Resolve Conflicts ()
Teaching Young Children to Resolve Conflicts
Four Conflict Resolution Techniques (Playworks)
Six Steps for Resolving Conflicts
Training for Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution at School (Rutgers, huge list of resources)
Resolving Conflicts, Promoting Peace
Managing and Resolving Conflicts Effectively
Building Conflict Resolution Skills
How Big is my Problem?
A Meaningful Apology
Trick that will make your next apology better ()