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The Value of Collaborative Conflict Resolution in Improving Student Achievement through a Review of Current Research

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Yanfeng Li

Individual Organizations, Jiangmen, Guangdong, China.

*Corresponding author: Yanfeng Li

Abstract

There are barely any programs in schools today that educate students about conflict resolution and conflict management. Many schools do not see the value of collaborative conflict resolution education. Isabu defined collaboration as a strategy to deal with conflict under which the conflicting parties attempt to satisfy their goals without making compromises instead and come up with a way to evaluate the differences that choose to leave them both better off. It attempts to address all parties’ concerns effectively. The goal is to find solutions to the conflict’s core cause acceptable to all parties rather than finding fault or assigning blame. Although this strategy is not appropriate for all situations, it has the most beneficial effect on the people involved when used accurately. Based on the review of current research, this paper will analyze how collaborative conflict resolution training allows students to improve their academic performance.

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The Value of Collaborative Conflict Resolution in Improving Student Achievement through a Review of Current Research

How to cite this paper: Yanfeng Li. (2022). The Value of Collaborative Conflict Resolution in Improving Student Achievement through a Review of Current ResearchThe Educational Review, USA6(6), 209-212.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2022.06.004

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