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  • Turning bullying into positive outcomes

    By: Diane Weaver | August, 2013 | 1,538 views | 2 Comments | Posted in: Classroom Management, Classroom Resources

    So, I recently had my first bully experience as a parent. I always thought I knew how I would react if this happened to my child–but I never expected the situation to be so complex or for it to start happening so young. Unfortunately, I’ll bet many of you can relate; reports show that around 15 to 25 percent of students are affected by bullying in the United States. If you think about it, that is about one out of every four to six students. Not only is it common, …

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  • The Principle Of “1″

    By: Aaron Morrison | January, 2011 | 5,676 views | No Comments | Posted in: News

    With the start of a new year it’s nearly impossible to avoid introspection. Reflection, self-evaluation, goals, and resolutions buzz around our heads until we feel the urge to explode. There are few people who charge into the New Year without an inkling of unease; many of us become burdened by the pressures to become better. For educators, the New Year is overwhelming! Not only do we feel the need for personal improvement, we feel the need to make changes that will positively effect our students.  If goals for the new …

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