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Book details
  • Genre:EDUCATION
  • SubGenre:Teaching Methods & Materials / Social Science
  • Language:English
  • Pages:70
  • eBook ISBN:9781620957714

TACT (Teens and Conflict Together)

A Facilitator's Guide for Empowering Youth to Engage in Creative Problem Solving

by Suzanne Petryshyn

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Overview

Do you work with youth? Are you looking for fun and creative activities to teach youth leadership development about communication, conflict management and problem solving? TACT (Teens and Conflict Together) will provide you with 6 full sessions that you facilitate at work, in the classroom or in group!

Description

TACT (Teens and Conflict Together) is a six-session, skills based program designed for facilitation by professionals in school and community systems who work with youth. TACT (Teens and Conflict Together) is structured to provide youth with opportunities for reflection of personal communication styles, conflict management styles and beliefs about their relationships with each other, their peers and the world around them. Skills are presented using fun and interactive games to both encourage and empower youth to employ a problem solving process for conflict management and conflict resolution.

About the author

Suzanne Petryshyn, owner and training designer at Peak Conflict Solutions, has more than 16+ years experience in providing consulting services about conflict management to all levels of government, schools, and community. She has designed and delivered training for post secondary students and professional groups like educators, human service workers, mediators, counsellors, police officers, correctional officers, and social workers. A Chartered Mediator by trade, Suzanne is a natural facilitator and storyteller and her work provides practical and meaningful learning opportunities. Suzanne is a professional public speaker and published author with her books sold in more than 177+ countries. 

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