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      Conflict Management

      Conflict Management

      This bundle includes 4 of our resources on conflicts, rumours and cyber bullying. 1. Conflict Resolution 101 and Conflict Resolution: How to Handle Conflicts: This conflict resolution lesson teaches what conflict is about, the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution strategies to help your students improve their conflict resolution skills. This lesson will also help you in managing your class better and will help promote and maintain good interpersonal relationships in class. This lesson include: Definition of Conflict Conflict Styles: 1. Accommodating 2. Competing 3. Avoiding 4. Compromising 5. Collaborating Conflict Hooks: 1. Competence 2. Inclusion 3. Autonomy 4.Status 5.Reliability 6. Integrity Conflict Resolution Activities Conflict Survey Conflict Assessment Conflict Case Scenarios Conflict Resolution Strategies Processing questions are included in each conflict resolution activities 2. Rumour Has It: This mini-lesson consists of different activities for students to reflect on about rumours. This module will help students think about things they have heard and how talking about others can harm other people’s reputation. Processing questions are included in each activity to facilitate learning experiences. 3. Cyber -Bullying: Don't be Mean on the Screen: Cyber bullying is a form of bullying and have been a major concern among our kids. This mini-lesson could help your kids be more aware of what cyber bullying is and what to do about it. You could also use this for bullying awareness week or month. This mini-lesson include: Definition of cyber bullying Cyber bullying technology Why do kids bully? Profile of cyber bullies, victims of cyber bullies and bystanders Cyber bullying categories Cyber bullying types Ways to prevent and stop cyber bullying

      By kitcelcorner

      Dealing with social media when you work in a school (staff INSET training)

      Dealing with social media when you work in a school (staff INSET training)

      Ideal for a school INSET day to teach staff how to responsibly use social media and how to help pupils who are victims of cyberbullying. Includes a PowerPoint presentation and staff handout. The PowerPoint presentation explores the rules for staff using their own personal social media accounts, it looks at how students are currently using social media and and gives guidelines for how staff should deal with a pupil who reports cyber bullying. It also includes a 2 sides handout giving staff instructions for blocking followers on Twitter and for making sure their Facebook privacy settings are correctly managed. For high-quality ready to use computing teaching resources visit www.nicholawilkin.com

      By nwilkin

      NASUWT: E-Safety

      NASUWT: E-Safety

      This specially commissioned CPD video for the Doncaster NASUWT is designed to help colleagues understand some of the key aspects of E-Safety. Whilst producing this video, we have drawn upon the experience of NASUWT member and sole trader Tim Pinto to highlight some of the key areas of concern. If you would like to know more about e-safety or simply want to get involved in the union, then please get in touch with your local association. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. If you are interested you can download a number of CPD videos via the Doncaster NASUWT YouTube Channel. Kind Regards Roy

      By Roy_Huggins

      Online Safety Mini Project

      Online Safety Mini Project

      Students are guided though fact finding before they choose how to present their work. They have to cover protecting a device, using location services, safe searching, keeping safe and when communicating online.

      By computingMK

      Internet Addiction - Current Affairs Form Time Activity

      Internet Addiction - Current Affairs Form Time Activity

      An engaging current affairs activity with videos, questions and a debate. New topical activity uploaded weekly! Please email me at jcauldwell@perrybeechesii.co.uk if you would like the weekly PPT sent directly to your inbox. Please leave a review if you find this useful.

      By joecauldwell

      E-Safety - Staying safe on the internet

      E-Safety - Staying safe on the internet

      This lesson looks at online safety and the issues surrounding e-safety. It contains a number of activities that are interesting, fun but also important. A really good lesson for generation X.

      By laumorrow

      COMPOSE Yourself! model

      COMPOSE Yourself! model

      The COMPOSE Yourself! model helps parents respond well when they discover their young person has viewed pornography, and is adaptable for all ages. For more free resources, visit http://www.culturereframed.org/parents-program/

      By YouthWellbeing

      SAFETY FIRST bundle - x3 workbooklets PERSONAL, CYBER & ROAD SAFETY

      SAFETY FIRST bundle - x3 workbooklets PERSONAL, CYBER & ROAD SAFETY

      THREE fantastic units of work that focus on keeping safe in the modern world. (1) PERSONAL SAFETY is about everyday challenges at school and home. (2) CYBER SAFETY focuses on using technology and keeping safe in modern times. (3) ROAD SAFETY helps students be aware and alert when on or near roads and with other drivers. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver all these workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many students will self-direct their learning as they work through tasks. Each workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning feedback sheets.

      By supportedlearning

      SAFETY FIRST bundle - x4 workbooklets PERSONAL, CYBER, ROAD & WATER SAFETY

      SAFETY FIRST bundle - x4 workbooklets PERSONAL, CYBER, ROAD & WATER SAFETY

      FOUR fantastic units of work that focus on keeping safe in the modern world. (1) PERSONAL SAFETY is about everyday challenges at school and home. (2) CYBER SAFETY focuses on using technology and keeping safe in modern times. (3) ROAD SAFETY helps students be aware and alert when on or near roads and with other drivers. (4) WATER SAFETY looks through different everyday and holiday water hazards and strategies for keeping safe. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver all these workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many students will self-direct their learning as they work through tasks. Each workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning feedback sheets.

      By supportedlearning

      SAFETY FIRST (2) - CYBER SAFETY workbooklet

      SAFETY FIRST (2) - CYBER SAFETY workbooklet

      SAFETY FIRST (2) - CYBER SAFETY workbooklet is 12 pages with 12 great tasks about keeping safe. The CYBER SAFETY workbooklet is all about practical strategies for keeping safe every day for students needing simple, visual material to understand everyday challenges. As we face modern challenges with technology, it is important to learn ways to keep ourselves safe. It is often a good idea to have thought about solutions to problems before so we can act quickly. This workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. See also SAFETY FIRST (1) - PERSONAL SAFETY, SAFETY FIRST (3) - ROAD SAFETY and SAFETY FIRST (4) - WATER & TRAVEL SAFETY workbooklets. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can also deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many students will self-direct their learning. This workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning feedback sheets.

      By supportedlearning

      Fake News Lesson - British Values Conference

      Fake News Lesson - British Values Conference

      Lesson/Workshop aimed at higher KS2 to lower KS3 students (taught to Year 6's and 7's at a Bradford College conference). Starter - Students form a circle throwing a soft ball to one another giving synonyms or examples of the word 'fake'. Teacher starts off. Main - Students work on their tables sorting through the four examples of news. Their job is to decide which news is fake and which is real (check the notes on the slides to see whether the article is true or not). 2 are true and 2 are false. One article contains an element of truth and then a deliberate deception so that the teacher can explain this to the students. Main - Students then watch a short NewsRound video which gives examples of fake news. The students task is to create their own fake news Facebook article based on something happening in the world around them. Plenary - Students are told by the teacher that fake news can be serious, as in the case of the US Election 2016. The teacher is able to show and describe how sites such as Facebook and the BBC are gradually using more fact-checkers to ensure people know whether a post is true and to encourage them to not share fake news. Quiz on fake news at the end should the students finish early. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/benpickles17

      By benpickles17