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  • A CADRE Webinar~Visiting a House on the Other Side of Town
    this On April 24 2014 CADRE hosted a webinar Visiting a House on the Other Side of Town with guest presenter Dr Johnny Lake View the recording Note Adobe Flash is required to view the recording View a captioned version of the recording The PowerPoint used during the webinar can be downloaded below A transcript of the webinar is also available About the Webinar Most agencies are made up of persons who are from dominant culture mainstream communities When many agencies and institutions engage other cultures it can quickly become apparent that they are ill equipped to effectively and successfully interact communicate and work with non dominant non mainstream communities These interactions are complex subtle and significant They usually occur in settings and contexts arranged organized and controlled by the agency or institution It is a very different engagement when individuals from the agencies and institutions dare to go outside to visit the communities they typically work with inside the agencies The very different context can prove to be a challenge to both client and service provider Challenges can begin the very moment the engagement begins This webinar highlights the depth extent and meaning of these interactions and communications About the Presenter Dr Johnny Lake is an international consultant trainer and speaker certified in programs respecting leadership diversity community building cross cultural communication and interactions skills equity and ethics for youth and adults He consults with government professional and educational agencies and organizations Dr Lake is an Assistant Professor of Education in the teacher and counselor preparation programs at Northwest Christian University He is an Administrator on Special Assignment with the Eugene 4J school district and an advocate for needs of at risk youth and provides teacher training institutes and student learning and leadership opportunities Dr Lake is an internationally

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  • CADRE Webinar~Dispute Resolution National Trends: 8 Years of APR/Section 618 Data
    Resources For Mediators IDEA Legal Locate Professionals Locate Trainers Preparing for Dispute Resolution Processes Research Evaluation State Information Systems Design Training Resources Part C Early Intervention CADRE Products State Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase CADRE Webinars Calendar This document does not offer formal policy guidance from the Office of Special Education Programs at the United States Department of Education Subscribe to The CADRE Caucus WHAT S CADRE CAUCUS Share CADRE Tweet This site is funded by Subscribe to CADRE s Practitioner List Serve WHAT S PRACTITIONER LIST SERVE CADRE Webinar Dispute Resolution National Trends 8 Years of APR Section 618 Data Email this Print this On February 13 2014 CADRE presented a webinar Dispute Resolution National Trends 8 Years of APR Section 618 Data with Richard Zeller Amy Whitehorne View the recording Note Adobe Flash is required to view the recording View a captioned version of the recording The PowerPoint used during the presentation is available for dowload below as well a transcript of the webinar About the Webinar During this webinar we will discuss trends in the use of IDEA formal dispute resolution procedures written signed complaints mediation due process complaints hearings and resolution meetings

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  • A CADRE Webinar ~ Moving Forward: Building Effective Family-School Partnerships
    Adobe Flash is required in order to view the recording View a captioned version of the recording Transcript available for download below View past CADRE webinar recordings About the Webinar This webinar provided an overview of what we now know about policies and practices needed to cultivate and sustain effective family school partnerships that support student achievement and school improvement About the Presenter Karen L Mapp EdD is a Senior Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education HGSE and the Faculty Director of the Education Policy and Management Master s Program Over the past twenty years Karen s research and practice focus has been on the cultivation of partnerships among families community members and educators that support student achievement and school improvement She has served as the co coordinator with Professor Mark Warren of the Community Organizing and School Reform Research Project and as a core faculty member in the Doctorate in Educational Leadership EDLD program at HGSE She is a founding member of the District Leaders Network on Family and Community Engagement is a trustee of the Hyams Foundation in Boston MA and is on the board of the Institute for Educational Leadership IEL in Washington DC Karen currently serves as a consultant on family engagement to the United States Department of Education in the Office of Innovation and Improvement Karen joined HGSE in January of 2005 after serving for eighteen months as the Deputy Superintendent for Family and Community Engagement for the Boston Public Schools BPS While working with the BPS she continued to fulfill her duties as president of the Institute for Responsive Education IRE Karen joined IRE in 1997 as Project Director was appointed vice president of IRE in May of 1998 and served as president from September 1998 to December 2004 Karen

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  • A CADRE Webinar ~ The Mediator's Mind: Insights from Psychology and Neuroscience
    This newfound ability to peer into the brain while it assimilates information makes decisions and evaluates offers has created unparalleled opportunities to advance our understanding of the reasons why some disputes settle and others do not why some deals are made and some are not From pictures of brains caught in the act of thinking and deciding a new world of understanding has emerged In this webinar award winning author Professor Richard Birke helps illuminate ways of using neuroscience and psychology to improve our decision making and better understand reasons why our clients partners opponents and colleagues think and act the way they do This webinar is practical and theoretical informative and interactive as he helps us understand why it can be difficult to get someone to change their mind how best to persuade others how the brain can be lured into accepting or rejecting an offer based on how the offer was phrased how to recognize and avoid traps associated with formulating or evaluating proposals and more About the Presenter Professor Richard Birke has taught dispute resolution for more than 15 years starting his career at Stanford University and coming to Willamette University College of Law in 1993 to teach and direct the Center for Dispute Resolution CDR Under his leadership the CDR has enjoyed high national ranking among academic dispute resolution centers in the United States He is an award winning author in the field of dispute resolution and he has been deeply involved in the practice of ADR Professor Birke was a member of the Quality Assurance Team for the largest civil rights settlement in United States history Glickman v Pigman He trained the neutrals for the appellate settlement programs at the Oregon Court of Appeals and the First and Second Districts in California San Francisco and

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  • A CADRE Webinar: Exploring the Cultural Dimensions of Conflict
    captioned version of the recording View past CADRE webinar recordings About the Webinar Every society is riddled with conflict Conflict is inevitable and different cultures have different ways of dealing with conflict within and outside the group This session explored the cultural dimensions of conflict and provided an international perspective on exploring negotiating with and resolving a cross cultural conflict The presenter shared experiences suggested tools and provided a set of readings About the Presenter Sukhsimranjit Sukh Singh practices teaches and trains in dispute resolution Prof Singh serves as Associate Director for the nationally recognized Center for Dispute Resolution at Willamette University College of Law Being fu ll time law faculty he teaches Arbitration Law and Advocacy Cross Cultural Dispute Resolution Negotiation and Mediation Theory and Advocacy and as Contributing Associate Professor he teaches Negotiation for Business at Atkinson Graduate School of Management Prof Singh has mediated family cross cultural and inter religious disputes and has spoken about cross cultural conflict resolution in the United States Europe and Asia Recently Prof Singh settled a long established church dispute in Oregon and consulted with the State of Oregon for cross cultural trainings and special lectures He has trained Judicial Officers in dispute resolution consulted with the private and public sector and is an active mediator in the areas of commercial family and cross cultural conflicts He is co chair of the American Bar Association s Section of Dispute Resolution Committee on Associate Issues board member of the Oregon Mediation Association and is a qualified mediator in the states of Missouri Minnesota and Oregon Prof Singh s recent scholarship has appeared in the Cardozo Journal of Dispute Resolution and Hamline s Rethinking Negotiation Teaching books Prof Singh completed his post graduate fellowship in dispute resolution at the Dispute Resolution Institute Hamline University

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  • Preparing for Dispute Resolution: CADRE’s Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase
    to CADRE s Practitioner List Serve WHAT S PRACTITIONER LIST SERVE Preparing for Dispute Resolution CADRE s Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase Email this Print this On January 30 2013 CADRE hosted a webinar with Philip Moses Assistant Director Preparing for Dispute Resolution CADRE s Parent Dispute Resolution Resource Showcase The PowerPoint and transript are available for download at the bottom of this page View a recording of the webinar Note Adobe Flash is require in order to view the recording View a captioned version of the recording View past CADRE webinar recordings About the Webinar CADRE s Parent Dispute Resolution Showcase is the result of feedback from parent leaders on resources that would be most helpful to parent center staff family members parents and professionals as they prepare to participate in the full range of dispute resolution processes and practices This easily searchable collection of resources contains a variety of items from policy and guidance documents to preparation materials and from brochures and factsheets to website links containing webinars and videos These materials address the expanding continuum of dispute resolution process and practices from early prevention approaches such as stakeholder training through collaborative processes such as mediation and IEP facilitation The Showcase also includes items related to IDEA procedures such as Written State Complaints and Due Process Hearings This webinar helped users to understand how the nearly 200 individual items contained in the Showcase are organized and different ways of accessing them About the Presenter Philip Moses serves as CADRE s Assistant Director helping to manage the full range of CADRE s activities including the use of advanced technology as well as traditional means to provide technical assistance to state departments of education in order to improve the effectiveness of special education dispute resolution systems He also supports parents

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  • A CADRE Webinar ~ Conflict Coaching: Its Value in Special Education Dispute Resolution
    order to view the recording View a captioned version of the recording Click here to view past CADRE webinars About the Webinar Conflict coaching is a one on one process that helps someone in conflict gain a better understanding of the conflict and how s he may manage conflict constructively Increasingly used in workplace and community conflicts this session explored how it may help parents educators and special education dispute resolution professionals work through their conflicts The discussion focused on how elements of conflict coaching can be brought into conferences and mediation to help build better relationships and de escalate conflicts About the Presenter Tricia S Jones is a Professor of Adult and Organizational Development in the Dept of Psychological Studies in Education at Temple University Philadelphia PA She teaches courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in conflict processes conflict resolution educati on negotiation and mediation interpersonal communication organizational communication with emphasis on organizational dispute system design and qualitative and quantitative research methodology Her conflict coaching work has focused on training programs for government agencies higher education health care and state offices of dispute resolution In 2009 2011 she designed and implemented the Department of Veterans Affairs conflict coaching program as a component of the VA ADR systems nationwide under the auspices of the Office of Resolution Management She has authored 6 books and over 50 articles and book chapters on conflict management and has given more than 200 presentations at national and international conferences Her books on conflict and conflict resolution education include Conflict Coaching Conflict Management Strategies and Skills for the Individual N ew Directions on Mediation Does It Work The Case for Conflict Resolution Education in our Nation s Schools Kids Working It Out Stories and Strategies for Making Peace in Our Schools Interpersonal Communication through

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  • A CADRE Webinar: The Impact of the Apology on Communication and Negotiation
    transactional as well as the effect of timing delivery emotionality and sincerity We focused on how different cultures view forgiveness and saving face and the impact of these beliefs on both giving and receiving apologies With a more complete understanding of the intricacies of an apology we can learn how to seek a greater level of resolution and closure in our communications and negotiation with others by giving and receiving apologies in a way that is more mindful and aware View the recording If you don t have Adobe Flash you may need to download it in order to view the recording Download Adobe Flash View a captioned version of the recording A copy of the presentation and transcipt are also available at the bottom of this page Visit the Webinar Index for past CADRE webinars About the Presenter Nina Meierding has assisted in the resolution of thousands of disputes and has conducted training throughout the world including Canada Sweden Ireland England Scotland the Netherlands and India She has consulted and trained many groups including court systems corporations medical agencies governmental agencies small and large business entities and individuals in the areas of conflict resolution cross cultural issues management skills and negotiation skills Nina is an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu California courses in Negotiation Domestic Relations Dispute Resolution Advanced Mediation and Cross Cultural Issues in Dispute Resolution in both Southern Methodist University s Dispute Resolution program in Dallas Texas courses in Gender and Culture Mediation Advanced Negotiation Advanced Family Mediation Divorce Mediation as well as SMU s Counseling program Counseling Diverse Communities and at Lipscomb University in Nashville Tennessee Cross Cultural Issues in Dispute Resolution She has also been an instructor at the National Judicial College in Reno Nevada and the California Judicial College

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