Lessons from Connected and Respected
These six lessons—one for each grade level, K-5—are drawn from our two-volume curriculum, Connected and Respected: Lessons from the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program. Each lesson is set up as a PDF for downloading and printing.
For Kindergarteners, this lesson provides expressive ways for young students to get to know each other’s similarities and differences: Alike and Different
First graders learn how to support their classmates and friends in this lesson: Helping Others and Standing Up to Bullying
This lesson for second grade introduces the life-long skill of active listening by having students conduct an interview using paraphrasing and clarifying questions: Active Listening
Third graders will explore the concept of win-win in this lesson, using critical thinking and empathy: Win-Win Solutions
In this lesson, fourth graders develop ideas about how to manage angry feelings: Exploring Anger
Fifth graders explore the concept of escalation and examine strategies to de-escalate conflict in this lesson: Conflict Escalation
These lessons are drawn from our curriculum, Connected and Respected: Lessons from the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program. To learn more about the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program, please visit this page.