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Specialized curriculum Mediation State Model Inter-American Summit on Conflict Resolution Education Cleveland, Ohio, USA Delaware March 14, 2007 Presented by Fran Fletcher and Kathy Wian University of Delaware\'s Conflict Resolution Program

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About Delaware TOTAL POPULATION @ 900,000 White 75% - Black 20% - Other 5% City of Wilmington 70,000 ► New Castle County 520,000 ► Kent County 140,000 ► Sussex County 170,000 ► 2040 Square Miles

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Delaware Student Statistics 19 school areas 192 government funded schools 14 sanction schools and an assortment of open and private projects More than 120,000 government funded instruction understudies *51% have a learning handicap (9,897) *11% have an intellectual disability (2,193) *10% have another wellbeing debilitation (1,934)

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Conflict Resolution Program Established 1994 University of Delaware Self-supporting office Provide debate determination administrations all through DE Education State and Local Government Nonprofits

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CRP First Steps Conducted a statewide needs appraisal re: question determination in training Offered tweaked debate determination trainings, encouraged critical thinking, intercession, key arranging and hierarchical advancement. DOE first clients

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The Collaboration University of Delaware\'s Conflict Resolution Program and Delaware Department of Education\'s Exceptional Children\'s Team

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SPARC S pecial Education P artnership for the A micable R esolution of C onflict

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SPARC The venture bolsters tending to clashes at the most reduced conceivable level and manufacture the limit of guardians and school faculty to address and resolve clashes as they emerge.

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Delaware Hearing Statistics * Number of hearings asked for & number of solicitations that were completely mediated: 2004-2005 - 32 demands, 8 choices 2005-2006 - 11 demands, 4 choices 2006-now - 17 demands, 2 choices What happened to the rest? Intercession Negotiated settlements Voluntary or automatic releases *Delaware Department of Education Statistics

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Free Mediation Voluntary Open to all Requests Mediation Overview

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Mediator Qualifications Complete the 18-hour SPARC fundamental intervention preparing or its identical from a qualified coach. Complete the six-hour SPARC specialized curriculum law workshop for listening to officers offered by DOE or a proportionate . Take part in six hours of guideline, every year, in intercession and/or custom curriculum law.

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Mediator Qualifications Demonstrate information in the laws and controls identifying with the arrangements of a specialized curriculum and related administrations. Exhibit successful intervention procedures with perception and criticism with an accentuation on facilitative procedure systems and remain a nonpartisan outsider. Must not hold essential business with a neighborhood or state instruction organization.

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SPARC Mediation Statistics

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Mediation Evaluation 1996-2006 Actual Mediation Evaluation Results Responses = 151 Did this intervention result in an understanding amongst you and the other party? Yes ( 125 ) No ( 20 ) Somewhat ( 1 ) No Answer ( 5 ) Overall, how fulfilled would you say you were with the consequences of intercession? Extremely Satisfied (19) Satisfied (114) Neutral (7) Dissatisfied (5) Very Dissatisfied (1) Not Sure (3) No Response (2) Based on this experience, would you contact CRP and solicitation intervention administrations for future custom curriculum debate? Yes (122) No ( 2 ) Don\'t Know ( 1 ) Maybe ( 1 ) No Response ( 25 )

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Research 2000 "Upgrading the Collaborative Capacity of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in Delaware Schools"

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Research Methodology Hired outer advisor to work with CRP Focus bunch information from past SPARC preparing endeavors Survey information from Special Education Supervisors Additional 6 months of school appraisals in five school areas Observational and member criticism information from IEP gatherings

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Technical Expertise Purpose/Goals of Meeting Neutral, Encouraging Language Student History/Performance Non-Verbals Relationship/Trust Use of the IEP Form Special Issues Conflicts/Impasse Questioning, Active Listening/Communication Greetings/Introductions Materials/Preparation Pace Participants Annual Goals/Objectives Post-Meeting Follow Up Action Planning Consensus Building/Decision Making Team Roles Room set up & Seating Mtg Debrief/Reflection/Eval A/V Resources Brainstorming Participation Formats IEP Meeting Observation

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Research Findings While asks for due procedure & intervention are negligible, episodic proof from schools, families & family advocates recommends that joint effort stays slippery in a custom curriculum.

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Research Findings Limitations to coordinated effort in the IEP procedure present themselves all through the apparent legalistic nature of required structures & shields, contracted IEP gatherings, participation by general & specialized curriculum educators who are not brought into the procedure & meeting facilitators untrained in essential shared procedures.

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Research Findings Limitations are further exacerbated when families & supporters are incredulous of the general population & forms required with IEPs or essentially uncomfortable with the procedure.

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Ten Realistic Ways to Build Collaboration in Individualized Education Program (IEP) Meetings Training and honing gave through the Special Education Partnership for the Amicable Resolution of Conflict (SPARC) a project of the Conflict Resolution Program in participation with the Delaware Department of Education

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Introduction to the Mediation Process Facilitation 101 Your Conflict Management Style Where do These Parents Come From? Determining Difficult Dynamics and Conflict in IEPs Are You Hearing Me? Conceptualizing and Problem Solving? Basic leadership and Action Planning A/V and the IEP Coaching Nine Training Session Options

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W hy would a room brimming with taught, mindful experts, who meet up to concentrate on the welfare of a kid, need a facilitator?

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Resolving at the Lowest Level IEP Facilitation Resolution Meeting Due Process Keeping the Team Intact

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And, to wrap things up… . somebody to deal with the occasion.

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May/May Not be an IEP Team Member

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And the Facilitator is… . Outside? Inward? Focal points Neutral to the result Fresh arrangement of eyes Addresses power lopsided characteristics Manages "terrible" conduct and high feeling Advantages Knows colleagues Knows framework Anticipates issues & resolve before meeting starts Disadvantages Role disarray/desire No subsequent No influence over members or the framework Disadvantages Knows colleagues Knows framework You are a representative

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Additional Advantages of Using a External Facilitator Neutral Perspective Ask "doltish" inquiries Not fixing to result Agenda is comprehensive No double parts Power Imbalances Deal with feelings Full interest Address "awful conduct" Advantages to "taking the warmth"

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The External IEP Meeting Facilitator ~IS NOT~ An individual from the group, in this manner, does not, propose, force or take an interest in group choices or arrangements A legitimate master An advocate A mediator

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Teams May Request a Facilitator When… History Communication Requested Apprehension Focus Multiple gatherings

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IEP Facilitator Primary duty is to the procedure of the meeting instead of the substance or result.

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Process manages… Communication Problem tackling Participation Agenda things Gaining assention Relationships Understanding Timing Content arrangements with… Evaluation Assessments Legal rights/the law Opinions Records Data Ideas Information Process versus Content

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Buy-in accomplished Effective IEP is made Trust is Built Communication enhances Cooperative interest happens A reasonable and reliable procedure Benefits Sustained IEP

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Mediation versus IEP Meeting Facilitation The distinctions are… The similitudes are…

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University of Delaware Overview Per Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-

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University of Delaware Impact on DP & Mediation 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-

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School District Repeat Requests Understanding Role Realistic Time Frame Asking for Assistance School Requests Parent Repeat Requests Understanding Role Realistic Time Frame Asking for Assistance Parent Requests Challenges Wait for Crisis Team Preparation Supporting All Can\'t Change Follow Up

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IEP Meeting Facilitation Evaluations 2000-2005 Actual IEP Meeting Facilitation Evaluation Results Responses = 85 Goals of the meeting Poor 1= ( 2 ) 2= ( 6 ) 3= ( 11 ) 4= ( 27 ) 5 = ( 39 ) Good (Conflicting; unclear; (Clear, shared by all, different, unacceptable) embraced with excitement) Content of the meeting Poor 1= ( 5 ) 2= ( 9 ) 3= ( 16 ) 4= ( 26 ) 5= ( 29 ) Good (Not instructional; I didn\'t (I took in a ton; was learn much; not useful; useful; I\'ll have the capacity to content; to utilize the substance; content an excessive amount of procedure; not proper to our necessities) enough substance) Relationship among meeting members Poor 1= ( 6 ) 2= ( 9 ) 3= ( 22 ) 4= ( 23 ) 5= ( 25 ) Good (My association with them is the (Our relationship is much same as b

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