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Combating Conflict with Character

Preparing students for a standardized test is a monumental task, but equipping them for social and interpersonal conflict is every bit as challenging. This five-part series helps young viewers navigate the dilemmas surrounding bullying, peer pressure, prejudice, and unresolved anger—with an additional program focusing especially on conflict management and resolution. Emphasizing character-building as a prime ingredient in overcoming conflict, the series uses no-nonsense dramatizations, candid “school hallway” interviews, and expert commentary to define basic ideas, illustrate ways in which conflicts often play out, and ultimately present methods for diffusing them—based on honesty, awareness, and respect for others. Viewable/printable instructor’s guides are available online. A Cambridge Educational Production. 5-part series, 30 minutes each.

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What is Peer Pressure?
Teens act out a peer pressure scenario. Charles A. Williams III, PhD, Director, Center for the Prevention of School-Aged Violence explains positive and negative peer pressure. He includes the media among those who supply mixed and negative messages.