Resilience Dialogues shared knowledge and lessons learned from within the National Estuarine Research Reserve System about managing conflict in collaborative science.
About this resource
The Resilience Dialogues curriculum is a 1-2 day training to build skills for the management of conflicts that arise in collaborative science projects. This training workbook contains an example agenda, activities, and worksheets that can be customized to create a training for collaborative science facilitators or partners. The workbook also contains a collection of resources to support collaborative learning.
Individual worksheets contained within the workbook are also available as Word documents:
- Needs assessment interview form
- Stakeholder role assessment
- Situation map activity
- Conflict assessment worksheet
- Collaborative potential assessment
- Tools and resources for implementation
Trainings and technical support
In 2018 and 2019, the Resilience Dialogues project held a series of trainings for the National Estuarine Research Reserve System and its parnters. Trainings remain available upon demand and can be delivered virtually or in-person when it is safe to do so.
To inquire about trainings or technical support, contact: Chris Fuert, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feurt, C. 2020. Resilience Dialogues Collaborative Learning Resources. Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. Wells, Maine.