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My Blog: How To Work Things Out (The Answer is Out There)
Effective problem solving is one of the keys to finding solutions and resolving conflicts. In this program, students are taught the strategies and skills necessary to become problem solvers. Viewers…
My Blog: 5 Ways To Cope With Anxiety
Anxiety is just part of being teen. In this program students will learn 5 coping skills that will help them to manage their feelings of anxiety. When Claire has to…
My Blog: 5 Ways to Respectfully Disagree
Whether it's with friends, sibilings, classmates or adults, sometimes when you disagree with someone, you can feel angry, or frustrated and the disagreement can turn ugly and hurtful very quickly.…
My Blog: When BFFs Go Bad (Responsibility in a Digital World)
Is there something on your cell phone or computer that you don't want others to see? Is there an embarrassing photo of you on your friend's cell phone you wouldn't…
My Blog: What's Empathy? Do I Have It?
Children need help in understanding what empathy is and why it's important. Chelsea talks about empathy on her blog and shares stories from events she's witnessed at school and at…
My Blog: Internet Bullies? (Just a Click Away)
For many kids, the Internet is an important part of their daily routine. Unfortunately, with the immediacy of the Internet, its anonymity and it's easy accessibility, kids are using Instant…
My Blog: A Little Respect Please
What is respect? What does respect feel like? How do you show respect? Chelsea talks about respect on her blog. Viewers will learn what respect is and about different ways…
My Blog: Clique, Clique, Clique! Ouch! (Sometimes Cliques Hurt)
Finding their place in a particular social group is a primary concern of my children. Cliques are groups of friends, but not all groups of friends are cliques. Cliques may…
My Blog: Dealing with Bullies (And No One Gets Hurt)
Bullying is a reality for students in schools everywhere. You're either a bully, a victim or a witness. Using true to life scenarios, this program explains exactly what bullying is…
My Blog: How To Get Along (Without Beating Each Other Up)
Whether it's work inside the classroom, or play outside the classroom, conflicts can arise. It's natural. This program helps viewers to learn the skills necessary to foster cooperation, collaboration and…
My Blog: Dealing With Anger (Without Exploding)
For a variety of reasons, lots of kids come to school angry every day. Unfortunately, many pre-teens and adolescents don't know how to handle their angry feelings in appropriate ways.…
My Blog: We're Different (But the Same)
Everyone is different in some way. Everyone is unique. Chelsea's blog takes on the issue of being different. Randal, Chelsea's friend is in a wheel chair and begins the discussion…
My Blog: What To Do About Rumors, Taunts and Bullies
"Hey, did you hear about....", "Baby, baby, baby!", "Give it to me now!" Gossiping, taunting and bullying are phenomena that occur at schools everywhere. Through vignettes, students will come to…
My Blog: Why Are There Bullies? (What are They Thinking?)
This program explores the reasons why kids become bullies. Through live-action, age-appropriate scenarios, viewers will come to understand why some kids are so aggressive, hurtful and mean to their classmates,…
My Blog: Dangers Of Texting And Sexting - What Kind Of Message Are You Sending?
Cell phones, mobile email devices and handheld computers provide students with the ability to send and receive messages within seconds. Dramatic scenarios will help students to understand the positive and…

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My Blog: What To Do About Rumors, Taunts and Bullies
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