Document Type

Article

Department

Professional Development Centre, Gilgit

Abstract

Managing conflict at school has been an age-old challenge for educators. Conflicts are a natural part of life and therefore a natural part of school life. Learning to deal constructively with conflict is a life-skill need for educational leaders. This paper reports a case study of a private English medium school of Gilgit-Baltistan about exploration of the conflict management which advocates two approaches to manage conflicts at school level i.e. to follow strict rules and regulations and penalizing on violation and secondly, empowering the stakeholders to resolve their own problems by their-selves.These approaches have proved that competence in conflict resolution skills can also lead to the increased social and academic achievements in the short run and a more harmonious world in the long run.

Publication

International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences