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(p. 195) Teaching Students How to Cope With Adversity: The Three Cs 

(p. 195) Teaching Students How to Cope With Adversity: The Three Cs
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(p. 195) Teaching Students How to Cope With Adversity: The Three Cs
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David W. Johnson

and Roger T. Johnson

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198508144.003.0010
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date: 22 October 2019

This chapter explores adversity, and methods of teaching students how to cope with stress and adversity. It discusses the independent-self and the interdependent-self, the ‘Three Cs’ programme, which emphasizes cooperative community (social interdependence, interpersonal relationships, group skills), constructive conflict (the benefits of controversy, problem-solving training, peer mediation), and civic values.

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