Conflicts at school: why is it so hard to solve them out?

On June 9th at the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów, was held a conference on “Conflicts at school: Why is it so difficult to solve them?”
The conference was organized by the Psychological and Pedagogical Outpatient Clinic No. 2 in Rzeszów, Zimbardo Center for Conflict Resolution and Center for Postgraduate Studies of the University of Information Management and Technology in Rzeszow and the Association for Children with Hyperactivity Disorder.

The conference was opened by the Director of the Clinic, Dorota Dominik.
Then a video with a statement of Professor Philip Zimbardo addressed to the participants – the teachers and the parents was broadcasted.
Four papers were presented:
Hero in the school: from “Lucifer Effect” to “Heroic Imagination Project” and… back? – Dr. Maciej Milczanowski, Zimbardo Center for Conflict Resolution in the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów
Conflict in school in practical terms. Possibilities and limitations of selected methods of working with conflict in peer communities – Joanna Koleff-Pracka, Cracow
My name is Mr Conflict – Dr Maciej Ulita, University of Rzeszow, WSiZ in Rzeszow
Good side of the conflict – the effectiveness of conflict resolution strategies at school – Ewa Zielińska, Monika Ciwińska, Psychological and Pedagogical Outpatient Clinic No. 2 in Rzeszow

Lastly, Dorota Dominik presented the conclusions and summarized the entire conference.

Pictures made by Adam Janusz, are placed according to appearance of the following speakers:

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