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The intent of the SLP is for you to apply the theoretical and general aspects covered in each of the modules. You will do this by preparing a series of five mini workshops for educational leaders.
This task may seem a bit challenging at first, but keep in mind that it is a scenario for skill-building; you do not need to actually go and present a series of workshops at this time.
Also, please keep in mind that you already have some personal and professional experience with negotiation, and try to relate the modular background readings and tasks to these experiences.
For each of the modular components of the SLP, you will prepare a mini workshop. Remember, this course serves as an elective in the MAED Educational Leadership and Administration Concentration. Therefore the context of your workshop should preferably be conflict resolution within the K-12 or higher ed environment from the U.S. However, if you prefer, you may also select another organization with which you are familiar (U.S. Learning institution).
The following is an overview of the Session Long Project (please note: you need to submit the modular components of the SLP on a module by module basis, and you will be assigned a letter grade for each modular component of the SLP).
Prepare a 6-8 slide PowerPoint presentation, with a 1-2 page supplemental handout (double spaced) in which you:
SLP Assignment Expectations
This first component of the SLP will be the starting point for the remainder of the SLP components throughout the Session. Each module slp presentation shall refer back to the specific conflict issues identified in Module 1's slp assignment.
Before submitting your work each module, for my review, be sure to edit and refine your work in accordance with the following expectations:
Mind Tools (2010). Win-win negotiation. Retrieved May 25, 2011 from https://www.mindtools.com/CommSkll/NegotiationSkills.htm
Roberts, S. (2007). What is win-win negotiation? Retrieved May 25, 2011 from http://www.negotiations.com/articles/win-win-settlements/
Reference Text (Modules 1-5)
In this course you will be introduced to a number of negotiation principles and concepts. The following book, although slightly dated, represents a seminal work in the field of Negotiation, and serves as a useful reference guide and starting point if you need to clarify concepts (in each of the modules).
Saner, R. 2004. Expert Negotiator. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden.
Slp 1: Conflict Resolution Within The K 12
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
SLP 1: Conflict Resolution within the K-12
The mini workshop gives details on conflict resolution in the K-12 education program in Lakeview Woods School. The location of the school is in Missouri in the United States of America. The presentation of the workshop is ideal for enhancing the application of skills learned concerning negotiation practices. This will facilitate the meeting of the minimum requirements for the elective course in the MAED Educational Leadership and Administration course. The subsequent sections will strive to highlight the workshop on conflict resolution within the K-12 program for issues arising in Lakeview Woods School in details.