Conflict Happens: Anticipating and Overcoming Challenges
Webinar Series, Part 3 of 4
Approximately 80-90% of school-aged children in military families attend school in their local school district. Students and their families face unique circumstances related to military service and individual educational needs. A variety of education and family support professionals exist on the military installation and within local schools and communities to provide tailored support for a student or family’s specific needs. To do that successfully, these professionals must communicate, collaborate, and engage with one another, students, and families.
This webinar series will focus on the skills needed by professionals working with military- connected students ages 5-22 and their families to successfully collaborate with one another, engage with families, and leverage military and civilian community resources to support each family and their individual needs.
These free webinars are easy to join and offer continuing education credits. Participants are encouraged to attend all sessions, but it is not necessary. Webinars are recorded and archived for later viewing if live attendance is not possible.
Even the strongest, most effective professional relationship is bound to have occasional conflict. In this session, we discuss how to anticipate conflict, manage, and repair relationships when conflict occurs.
In this webinar we will:
- Reflect on personal experiences of conflict and how those were resolved.
- Gain strategies to manage and overcome barriers to collaboration within schools and communities.
- Learn the importance of repairing relationships to prevent further conflict.
Approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
4-part Webinar Series
Collaborative Connections: Working Together for Military-Student Success
Part 1: Identifying Key Collaborators for School Services for Military-Connected Students
Part 2: Improving Military Student Outcomes Through Effective Professional Collaboration
Part 3: (You are here)
Part 4: Collaborating During Changes and Transitions for Military Students