Bill Warters
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2010-2011 CRE Teachers Calendar released

Started Aug 15, 2010 0 Replies

The 2010-2011 CRE Teacher's Calendar is a collaborative non-profit project developed by associates of the Conflict Resolution Education in Teacher Education (CRETE) initiative and the Association for…Continue

 

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Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Webinar: Digital Humanitarians: What Are They and What Are They Up To?
"The videos that were played during the presentation don't appear in the recorded archive, but you can still watch them via these barebones webpages: Why Map: Video about MapGive: http://madr.comm.wayne.edu/01_mapgive.html Short Video…"
Nov 6, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: ODR Related Ideas and Innovations
"Another new development this year is the JAMS Foundation funded project taking online mediation into K-12 Schools in a pilot project with folks from ACR's Education Section and Giuseppe Leone from the Virtual Mediation Lab. The new website is…"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Webinar: Digital Humanitarians: What Are They and What Are They Up To?
"Thanks to everyone who attended my session today.  As I noted at the end of the session, I believe we could do with more discussion around paths toward greater integration of conflict resolution and ODR people and concepts and that of the…"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"Regarding child psychology and negotiation and conflict resolution, I think the place to start for research would with the work of Robert Selman from the Harvard School of Education. This wikipedia article on Role-Taking Theory spells it out…"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"One thought I have is that we are in a time now where there are lots of games and apps coming out all the time, especially for mobile devices. This makes for a steady flow of new things to be interested in and makes it harder to stand out from the…"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"I got this game during a sale on Steam (I think it was), but I STILL haven't played it. Sounds like I need to prioritize more gaming in my schedule, as research of course!"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"Another game I'll add to the "check it out" list is the one called "Out on a Limb: A guide to getting along" from the University of Illinois Extension service. It used to be primarily provided via CD to schools,…"
Nov 5, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: The Power of e-Apology in Online Contexts
"I'd agree that monitoring social media for signs of customer dissatisfaction makes sense as another data point on how the company is doing. Apologizing for poor business practices or tired employees misbehaving seems to be different than…"
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Online Technology in the Public Policy Realm
"Thanks Teresa. I appreciate the praise for democracyis.us and the desire to connect me with folks interested in similar ideas. I did make the webinar, so I too am thinking in new ways about public engagement. Good having you in the Cyberweek forums!"
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Online Technology in the Public Policy Realm
"Last year there was a "Democracy Challenge" event where folks were encouraged to develop projects that could help strengthen our democracy and civility in the public space. I spent part of my summer developing a website promoting the…"
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"I started viewing Jim Gee's video and I can see why you like it. Clear and encouraging.  Regarding things I've worked on, about 5 years ago I put together some game and interactive learning things as part of the annual Conflict…"
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"FMCS stands for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. Usually they just deal with workplace conflict in the federal sector, but there was a push to work more with youth for a time, and thus this game."
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Online Technology in the Public Policy Realm
"Great webinar yesterday with Larry Schooler. Love seeing some of the newer tools, and how the "community cable tv" type space inhabited by Wayne's World can also become such a central hub for public discussion and information…"
Nov 4, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"Hi. I've posted a longer comment attached to the initial forum description, but wanted to also share the link to the PeaceCorps Challenge online game, as it seems to be relevant to learning about others via gaming, and developing empathy and…"
Nov 3, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: Peace Building and Gaming: How Can Gamification Technology Change Our Approach to Conflict Transformation
"I'm very keen on the idea of using games to teach conflict resolution skills and concepts. One already developed example that I quite liked was the Cool School game developed for elementary level kids using grant funds from FMCS. It can be…"
Nov 3, 2015
Bill Warters replied to Bryan Hanson's discussion Discussion Forum: ODR Related Ideas and Innovations
"One of the new resources that I was excited to see this year is not an ODR tool at all, but rather an educational resource that makes good use of video and the web and a social support website to promote conflict resolution skills for students. As…"
Nov 2, 2015

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What is your profession and title?
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
I teach in the Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution Program at WSU. Undergraduate degree was in conflict resolution (1984, UC Santa Cruz), Ph.D. from Maxwell School at Syracuse University in affiliation with the Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts.
What, if any, ADR organizations or groups do you belong to?
ACR
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Not sure...news, connections.
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http://www.creducation.org

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At 7:49am on October 27, 2010, Pastor Samuel Muderhwa said…
Dear Bill
I would like to greet you and be your friend, and collaborate

Samuel
 
 
 

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