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Stop Sign: A Conflict Resolution Tool

Lesson Objective: Communicate emotions and collaboratively solve problems
Pre-K / All Subjects / Emotions
2 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How can young children be supported when learning this strategy?
  2. Why is each part of this strategy important?
  3. How could you adapt this strategy for use in your classroom?

10 Comments

  • Private message to Kelly Clarke

Thank you for a great resource.

What is the 'solution kit' mentioned for the amber light? 

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  • Private message to billy bob
WHAT ABOUT KELSOS CHOICES!!! D:
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  • Private message to Carolyn Sibner
What is the "Solution Kit", mentioned in the Stop Light PDF?
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What does PDA stand for?
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  • Private message to Julia Chope
Hi Karen, You will see all of the available downloads to the right of the video under "Supporting Materials." Let us know if you have any other questions.
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Transcripts

  • Stop Sign: A Conflict Resolution Tool Transcript

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    Male Voice 1: Stop it.

    Interviewee: Anchung, 0:10 what's wrong? Do you need help? Go

    Stop Sign: A Conflict Resolution Tool Transcript

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    Male Voice 1: Stop it.

    Interviewee: Anchung, 0:10 what's wrong? Do you need help? Go get the stop sign.

    I've found the stop sign to be really useful. I've seen kids use this instead of hitting or throwing or being upset. When children have a conflict, they can go get that stop sign and it's something concrete for them to hold out and show it to their friend and say, “Stop,” and then express how they feel.

    Show it to Louis.

    Male Voice 1: Stop it.

    Interviewee: Stop it. How do you feel, Anchung? Are you angry? You look angry. Is that true?

    Male Voice 1: Yeah.

    Interviewee: Well, tell him how you feel.

    The friend then has an opportunity to say how they feel.

    How do you feel, Luis?

    Male Voice 2: Sad.

    Interviewee: Sad? Luis is sad.

    They can work on a resolution together.

    Maybe you need to take a turn. Can you wait and take a turn? Would that be okay with you? Okay. Good.

    The stop sign itself just solves a lotta the problems right away. If they can say, “Oh, something just happened that made me angry,” and they can say that to another person, a lotta times that's the end of the conflict.

    Thank you. I like the way you guys worked that out.

    The idea of the stop sign is not just about problem solving, but about creating a situation where a child can communicate their emotions and their needs.

    [End of Audio]

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