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Master Thesis

La gestion et la résolution des conflits entre pairs à l’école primaire

Abstract : Starting with preschool, students must learn to live together. Teachers find themselves confronted with conflicts and inter-student violence. These conflicts lead to a tense atmosphere that hinders learning. This thesis presents a study of peer-topeer violence in levels 1 and 2 of preschool and an establishment of a mechanism to address it. Clear messages are used as tools to improve autonomous conflict management and resolution among peers. Clear messages give students the ability and solutions to resolve conflicts in non-violent manner. The concept of non-violent communication seeks to break the destructive spiral of blame through a four-step model, synthesized by formulating a clear message. Articulating a clear message should help students express themselves honestly and to listen to others. Feelings and needs behind actions and reactions come to the forefront. In this context, empathy does not mean to evaluate a situation or a person, but rather to observe objectively, understand your own needs as well as those of others, and think of a way to arrive at a situation where there are no losers. Henceforth, this work will help evaluate the capacity to resolve conflicts at different class levels.
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Flavia Coulon, Ève Meyssonnier, Maxime Vanhamme. La gestion et la résolution des conflits entre pairs à l’école primaire. Education. 2019. ⟨dumas-02155942⟩



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