IEP team conflict is inevitable. Resolving team conflict is invaluable. Developing the skills to resolve conflict is a critical investment in enhancing the team process, and improving the outcomes for students with disabilities. This session will provide participants with a working knowledge of the sources of conflict and how to hone skills in order to match resources to resistance. Participants will use the Wheel of Conflict to observe, participate, and practice skills to assist team members to uncover their needs and interests, moving beyond entrenched positions. This skill-based learning opportunity will include tools, strategies, and hand-on practice to ensure the learning that translates into action.