This learning object is an animated slide presentation on Robert Maddux's conflict resolution model matrix.The site helps the student understand the process of conflict resolution and allows the student to write a short assignment that is sent to the instructor via email.
Type of Material:
The material is an animated slide presentation. The presentation provides a mechanism for the student to complete an exercise and submit to to their teacher via email.The site is student driven and movement through the material is student activated.
This material might be used to supplement course learning about conflict resolution and to enhance a presentation on conflict resolution
The user must have Shockwave to view the slide presentation.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
After viewing this presentation the learner should be able to:
Define each of the five ways we resolve conflict.
Correlate how assertiveness and cooperation affect conflict resolution
Analyze the way that conflict resolution style was used recently by the learner.
Target Student Population:
The target student population could include:
High school and college students taking courses that include study of conflict resolution styles, for example, health sciences and management.
Participants in anger management classes.
Participants in parenting or marriage counseling classes.
Business seminars to analyze work situations
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Learners should have some basic knowledge about conflict management terminology and settings.
Learners should be able to use a computer connected to the Internet.
Evaluation and Observation
The animation walks the learner through each conflict resolution style
This is an accurate depiction of Maddux's model.
The strength of the site is the ability to use it in a variety of settings with a wide variety of audiences.
The author might consider including
a date that the site was last updated
Other references (print and URL's) related to the concept of conflict resolution