Addressing Conflict
to Prevent Bullying

Erasmus+ Training Course for Teachers

Reserve Your Spot

Addressing Conflict to Prevent Bullying

Erasmus+ Training Course for Teachers

Reserve Your Spot

In this course, I help teachers to create a school environment that is about acceptance and appreciation, free of bullying and conflicts, where everyone can be themselves. 

This course aims at providing the necessary tools for students, parents and teachers to create a safe environment in their daily practice. 

By enhancing everyone’s creativity, curiosity, engagement, and fun, we can create a warm atmosphere at school, where everyone feels welcomed. Our first step will be to spark teachers’ creativity and motivation by exploring with them modern inspiring methods for developing strategic lesson plans. We will cover all of the stages involved in teaching:

✓ Class management

✓ Class preparation and delivery

✓ Assessing

✓ School task organization

✓ Parent-teacher communication

Additionally, we will delve into different activities to understand the way peers relate and interact to strengthen their relationships. We will also provide multiple resources to develop an efficient game-based practice which will generate a school filled with attention, acceptance, appreciation and affection, where everyone can be themselves. It’s the perfect opportunity to explore, research and analyse our own roles in order to create a more stimulating learning environment. 

Tired of conflict bringing you down? Tired of workplace, home and school conflicts? Fed up with bullying? 

No matter how close a team is, conflicts are unpredictable and can still occur. When a conflict is not managed well, it will negatively affect classroom performance, absenteeism, school climate, etc. In your role as a teacher, you must know when to intervene. Ignoring even a seemingly minor conflict could poison a situation and ultimately wreak havoc. 

In this workshop, we will learn to look at conflict as an opportunity for improvement. We will practise some techniques to address and solve conflict situations within the classroom, the school, or even at home. To do so we will learn how to address and understand different types of personalities in order to create healthy relationships with our peers and students. We will learn how to deal with stress and anger, and to understand and manage emotions. We will also acquire tools to improve the way we communicate. As a final step, we will discuss bullying and different types of bullying, as well as provide useful tips to help prevent it from happening.

“Addressing Conflict to Prevent Bullying” Course at a glance

  • Turning crisis into an opportunity

  • Using drama techniques to address conflict and bullying

  • Learning about personalities

  • Stress and anger management

  • Understanding emotions

  • Team building activities to build trust and acceptance

  • Working on Self-reflection


Your Trainer

María Hernández

I am a fully qualified translator with two masters in teaching and twelve years experience in the field. I’ve taught all levels around the world, from primary school to adult education, in both public and private schools. I’ve also trained and performed as a dancer and actress, and I have qualified as a dance and movement and theatre therapy. Teaching, dancing and theatre are my passions, and I keep feeding my curiosity by learning new things.

Daily Program:

Addressing conflict

Understanding the keys to a safe environment

Grounding some terminology- Conflict vs Bullying

Turning crisis into opportunity

Embracing conflict, addressing conflict

Drama techniques to address conflict


Working on self reflection and observation

Communication techniques

Cognitive distortions

Non Violent Communication (NVC

Active Listening

Types of personality -The Enneagram

How to address to each personality type?

Communication for prevention

Communication activities to create a bonding atmosphere

Discussion and self reflection as daily tools

Stress & anger management 

Stress management approaches

Anger management approaches – EFT tapping

Drama techniques to find solutions

Mindfulness teachniques to find solutions

Gamification as a solution

Minimizing stress – Dealing with feelings

Tools to express feelings without getting overwhelmed by them

Preventing bullying

Bullying, a different perspective

Preventing bullying

Using mindfulness as a daily tool

Using creativity as a daily tool

Embodying, using movement as a daily technique

Creating a safe environment to prevent bullying

Team building activities to increase acceptance & trust

Group discussion and self-reflection

Implicit bias – Closing Session

Multiculturalism, accepting every difference

Observing unconscious brain patterns

The 5 As as a daily practice

Take responsibility, what to change in your daily practice?

Final project evaluation & discussion

What happens next?

Final questions

Feedback session, testimonials, certificates

Leisure Time Activities

Participants are offered many free leisure activities in the afternoon, including:

A visit to the botanical garden

Beach volleybal

Surf trial lesson
*paid activity

Salsa lesson

Yoga session

On the weekend we can organise:

Loro Parque

A visit to Loro Parque, the world’s Nº 1 zoo


A fun day at Siam Park – the water kingdom of Europe


A travel day to the neighbouring island La Gomera, the hippie paradise


A hiking trip to magic Masca valley


An excursion to the Nº 1 destination of the Canary Islands: the Teide National Park


As a teacher, it’s important that you have the skills to handle conflicts and prevent bullying at school, so you can create a safe and warm environment which will contribute to students’ wellbeing. And that’s exactly what you’ll learn in this course!