5 Resources to End Bullying in Schools

5 Resources to End Bullying in Schools

Posted on 15 Mar 2012 in Classroom Behavior, Parents, School Behavior, Student Behavior, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Documentary Film The documentary¬†Bully¬†(to be released March 30, 2012) is the latest attempt to get the public to start talking about this all to0 common problem in our schools. Listen to the interview with the director this morning on the Diane Rehm show on National Public Radio to get a good sense of what this […]

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How 1 Woman Refused To Be A CyberBully Bystander

Posted on 22 Aug 2011 in Educational Technology, Parents | 0 comments

3 Cheers Three cheers to professional photographer Jennifer McKendrick who refused to photograph high school students when she saw that they dedicated a Facebook page to cyberbullying. The Huffington Post reported this story last week. Jennifer McKendrick, from Indiana County, Pa., wrote on her own Facebook page earlier this week that she came across another […]

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1st Day of School – A Parents Perspective

Posted on 16 Aug 2010 in Classroom Behavior, Parents, School Behavior | 0 comments

As a teacher, I thought that I was sensitive to a parent’s perspective. As teacher-trainer I thought I tried to remind teachers to think of parent’s. In hindsight, I now think I ‘could of’ ‘should of’ done more on both accounts. Why the change of mind? I just took my daughter to her first day […]

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