What are the optimal online learning processes for mediation and other ADR processes? How do we best optimize experiential learning in online training for mediation, conflict coaching, and other ADR processes? How do we continue and build learning across professional careers with apprenticeship/internship, mentorship, and reflective practice
The future is rich with opportunities to create online learning to deepen our skills and insights after initial online or in-person training in mediation, conflict coaching and related conflict interventions. This Forum focuses on the growth and development of great practice throughout your career as a conflict manager. How can we keep the learning trajectory strong and build the field in the process?
Experts will share current best practices in these learning processes – apprenticeship, mentorship, and eflective practice – in a variety of conflict contexts. Collectively we will discuss the challenges and benefits of having these learning processes online and hybrid. Collaboratively, participants will vision what optimal online learning processes can be and how we can create standards of practice to support them.
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Hosts: Tricia Jones and Woody Mosten
Presenters and Panelists: Daniel Kos, Doug Frenkl, Merri Hanson, Tricia Jones, Michael Lang, Patricia Draves, Susan Terry, Howard Herman, and Norval “John” Settle
Welcome to the Forum and Forum Series - Woody Mosten, Jim Melamed and Tricia Jones
Our Experiences with Experiential Training/Continuing Education – Survey Results - Tricia Jones
Sharing Best Practice Models of Experiential Training, Apprenticeship/Mentoriship, and Reflective Practice in specific areas of the field:
- Community Mediation (Dan Kos)
- Legal Education (Doug Frenkl)
- Federal ADR/Mediation and Conflict Coaching (Merri Hanson)
- Opening Comments to Reflective Practice and Mentorship Section (Michael Lang)
- Reflective Practice of Mediators in San Francisco Homelessness Project (Patricia Draves)
- Mentorship of Family Mediators And Parent Coordinators (Susan Terry)
- Mentoring in US District Court (Howard Herman)
- Mentoring in VA Supreme Court Program for Mediator Certification (Norval “John” Settle)
Panel Discussion: Online Learning as a Tool for Transforming Experiential Learning, Mentorship and Reflective Practice (Woody Mosten)
- What does online learning allow in terms of learning and how can we optimize it?
- What specific learning needs in your area of practice are particularly enhanced by online opportunities
Break-Out Groups - What is your VISION for optimal online learning processes?
Bringing it Together – Summary of Visioning and Next Step