QUEEN Model of Girl Bullying Conflict Resolution: Carolyn Strong

Depending upon a school’s definition and policy on bullying, it can be difficult for educators to determine what constitutes a bullying incident. Girl Bullying Conference Presenter Carolyn Strong says that conflict mediation is an invaluable tool that can assist in minimizing the fallout of student conflict before it evolves into full-blown relational aggression.

Watch Carolyn Strong summarize how to implement the QUEEN Model of girl bullying conflict resolution with girls.

Now in its 13th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference – which is part of the Innovative Schools Summit – has raised awareness of the unique nature of female relationships and provided solutions for relational aggression among girls. This conference helps educators understand the latest research, while learning about field-tested strategies designed to build positive, supportive relationships among girls. 

Author of Black Girl Blues and Dean of Students in a Chicago high school, Carolyn Strong’s research focuses on relationships and the black aesthetic. She will present a breakout session at the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference – a leading Educator Conference that is a must-attend Conference for Principals, Teachers and School Counselors, entitled Handing Conflict like a QUEEN in Las Vegas.

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