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98TEACHING VALUES SECTION 4 THE FIVE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM COMMON CAUSES OF CONFLICT Individual needs are not being met. Power is not distributed equally. Communication is not effective or is non- existent. Values or priorities are different. The perception or understanding of a situation is different. Racism or discrimination is tolerated. SYSTEMS WHEEL14 Sometimes it is necessary to help learners to identify the many different factors involved in a situation or issue, and to consider the consequences of different courses of action. Use a progressively expanding " systems diagram" to help learners diagram these factors and consider alternative actions to solve the problem. One topic could be " Conflict in Our Club or School." TIMEOUT! USE THESE TOOLS TO HELP RESOLVE CONFLICT SITUATIONS. WHEN A LEARNER LOSES HER OR HIS SELF- CONTROL OR BEHAVES UNFAIRLY, OR WHEN THERE IS A CONFLICT, THE TWO ANTAGONISTS GO TO A " LISTENING BENCH" AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN THE BALL. ISSUE BB BB AA AA Below A action Bconsequence 14 Campbell, L., Campbell, B. and Dickenson, D. ( 1996). Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences, Second Edition. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, p. 178.

TEACHING VALUES AN OLYMPIC EDUCATION TOOLKIT SECTION 4 THE FIVE EDUCATIONAL VALUES OF OLYMPISM TEACHING VALUES99 ACTIVITYSHEET CHECKLIST ACTIVITY 1 ACTIVITY 2 ACTIVITY 3 ACTIVITY 4 ACTIVITY 5 What made me angry? What are two possible ways to solve this problem? What will be the consequences or results of each possible solution? 123 What solution should I choose? 4 4. SOLUTION ................................................................ ................................................................ ......................................................... .............................................. 5. EXPECTATIONS ..................................................... ........................................................... ........................................................... ......................................................... 2. ALTERNATIVES ................................................ .......................................................... ......................................................... .............................................. 1. PROBLEM .......................................................... ......................................................................... ....................................................................... ......................................................... 3. CONSEQUENCES ..................................................... ........................................................... ........................................................... ................................................ What do I expect or want to happen as a result of my solution? 5