Fred Schrumpf

Fred Schrumpf

Fred Schrumpf is an independent trainer and consultant for the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education. He has practiced school social work for 20 years with children in prekindergarten through twelfth grades. He has also taught at the university level. Currently, he is student services coordinator for Spokane public schools, Spokane, Washington.

Books by Author

Peer Mediation: Conflict Resolution in Schools
Conflict Resolution in Schools

This DVD program illustrates the concepts and training procedures contained in the Peer Mediation books.

28-minute DVD (includes program guide)
Peer Mediation: Conflict Resolution in Schools
Conflict Resolution in Schools

With the new focus on restorative discipline in schools, a peer mediation program can lower out-of-school suspensions, build a positive school clim

Program Guide
Peer Mediation: Conflict Resolution in Schools
Conflict Resolution in Schools

This student manual serves as both a workbook and handy reference guide. It is recommended for each student mediator.

Student Manual
Life Lessons for Young Adolescents: An Advisory Guide for Teachers
An Advisory Guide for Teachers

Live Lessons for Young Adolescents provides 94 group activities that are interesting, enjoyable, and most important—relevant to students'

Creating the Peaceable School: A Comprehensive Program for Teaching Conflict Resolution
A Comprehensive Program for Teaching Conflict Resolution

This manual serves as a student workbook and is recommended for each learner participating in the program.

Student Manual
Creating the Peaceable School: A Comprehensive Program for Teaching Conflict Resolution
A Comprehensive Program for Teaching Conflict Resolution

This widely used conflict resolution program is designed for use with upper elementary and middle school students.

Program Guide