A HIGH SCHOOL PEER MEDIATION TRAINING: DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION, AND EVALUATION
The thesis reports the development, implementation, and evaluation of a high school peer mediation training program. A training program was developed and then implemented at a high school in Southwest Ohio. Data were collected immediately following the training in order to assess the level of participant’s preparedness for conducting a mediation. Data were also collected following mediations conducted by the peer mediators in order to identify issues for which the mediators felt the training had not prepared them. Based on the feedback obtained, no modifications to the program were made. The training program was then conducted again at the same high school. A discussion of the findings is presented including recommendations for future program implementation.
School Location:USA - Ohio
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:mediation conflict resolution training program high school
Date of Publication:01/01/2003