In this edWebinar, hear best practices to develop an online safety program for your school and why a cyberbullying prevention program is crucial.
In this edWebinar, a sought-after educational consultant offers proven, practical teaching practices that mobilize student empathy.
This workshop will explore the relationship between personal loss and aggression/violence/revenge in the classroom and home, and offer proactive solutions for teachers and parents to start implementing immediately.
Join us to learn how to empower school personnel to prevent bullying of students with disabilities and ultimately minimize the harm.
This live, interactive webinar is a must for anyone working in education. Administrators, teachers and staff will benefit from a better understanding of school safety best practices and will be able to self asses their own school’s needs.
Most educators know what cyberbullying is, and what sexting is – but how prolific are these behaviors with youth? What are effective and ineffective responses? How are cyberbullying and sexting interconnected? There are a lot of misconceptions out there.
In this webinar, Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School, explained procedures to reduce the amount of horseplay that takes place in hallways, bathrooms, and classrooms.
Webinar attendees embarked on a PAWTASTIC early learning adventure with Travis Brorsen and his talented canine companion, as they introduced life skills, character development and bully prevention for the early childhood classroom. Travis and his talented canine companion equipped students with the self confidence and skills they need to be successful in school and at home.
Our society has been aware of the bullying epidemic in our country for years now, and 49 states have passed legislation to deal with the problem. We have spread the anti-bullying message so well that we might have gone TOO far!
Being a teenager has never been easy, but in recent years, with the rise of the Internet and social media, it has become exponentially more challenging. Bullying, once thought of as the province of queen bees and goons, has taken on new, complex, and insidious forms, as parents and educators know all too well.