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35 Exercises for Teaching Conflict Management - CNCR Swap Meet Sourcebook

image  The Consortium for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution based at Georgia State University has recently released a very nice compilation of exercises for teaching conflict management concepts. The exercises were gathered at a series of events (swap meets) hosted by CNCR that invited conflict resolution teachers and trainers to share an exercise or two that they liked and used frequently. The full collection is now available as a pdf entitled The CNCR Swap Meet Sourcebook: 35 Exercises for Teaching Conflict Management (Lin Inlow, Editor). Some videos of these tools being demonstrated are also online in quicktime or real player format.

Here’s the table of presenters and their exercise titles to whet your appetite. Lots of good ideas here, including one provided by this blog’s author, Bill Warters.  Thanks CNCR!

Swap Meet Sourcebook Table of Contents
Ansley Barton, Kennesaw State University
Teaching from Experience p. 1-2

Michael Elliott, Georgia Institute of Technology
Teaching Conflict Assessment and Frame Analysis Through
Interactive Web-Based Simulations p. 3-25

Tom Fiutak, University of Minnesota
Primal Bargaining Simulation p. 26-27

Kenneth K. Frank, Brenau University
An Introduction to Conflict Resolution p. 28
Bringing Creative Thinking to Conflict Resolution p. 29

Jennifer Lynch, Ottawa Canada
Designing & Mapping Integrated Conflict Management Systems p. 30

Carol Orme-Johnson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Incorporating Multicultural Issues into Basic Training in Mediation &
Techniques for Mediators p. 31

Beverly Schaffer, Emory University
“Gibson v. Kelly Company” p. 32-36
A Cross Cultural Exercise: “The Dilemma” p. 37-40

Jennifer L. Schulz, Osgoode Hall Law School
The Line Game p. 41-42
The Win as Much as You Can Game p. 43-45

Peter Shedd, University of Georgia
The Exit: Or Ending Class on a High Note p. 46
Van Exercise p. 47-49

Bob Stains, Public Conversations Project
Questions As A Service to the Self p. 50-54

Susan Trageser, North Carolina State University
Conflict and Mediation p. 55-56

Bill Warters, Wayne State University
Making Theory Real: A Structured Controversy and Mediation of the Oka Standoff p. 57-71

Ellen Zweibel, University of Ottawa
The Shakespearean Demo: Raising Conflict Productively p. 72-74

John Barkai, University of Hawaii School of Law
Teaching ADR with Non-traditional Methods p. 75

Bruce Barnes, University of Hawaii
The Island p. 76-79
Talking Circle p. 80-87

Ben Carroll, University of Hawaii
Negotiating a Learning Contract p. 88-92
MUGS p. 93-97
MESSES (Negotiation Situations); “Just-in-Cases” (just in case I need them) p. 98-100

David Chandler, University of Hawaii
Adaptive Consensus Exercise p. 101-106

Betty A. Ching, Hawaii
The “I” in the Storm p. 107-112

Donna R. Ching, Hawaii
Learning to Use Conflict Strategies Appropriately p. 113-120

Karen Cross, University of Hawaii
Facilitating in Pacific Ways - Working with Host Culture Partners to Develop Value-Based Guidelines for Working Together (Ground Rules) in Multicultural Group Work p. 121-126
Building Group Trust Agreements p. 127-131

Kaleo Patterson, Ha’aheo Guanson, Native Hawaiian Coalition
Building a Nation-Dotting for Sovereignty p. 132

Kem Lowry, University of Hawaii
Negotiation Quiz p. 133-134
Critical Habitat Facilitation Design p. 135


Jean DeCosta, California State Polytechnic Institute
Mapping the Conflict p. 136

Carmen McKines, University of California, Berkley
Recognizing the Nature and Sources of Conflict: Conflict Styles p. 137

Mary Chavez Rudolph, University of Colorado, Denver
Conflict Related Roles p. 138-143

Tom Sebok, University of Colorado, Boulder
Making Conflict More Difficult to Resolve (or Learning from Common Mistakes) p. 144

  

Posted by: Bill Warters on 2007 01 29 | Filed under Conflict Resolution  

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