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Teaching Student Leadership in an Inner-City School
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Conflict Resolution, Barriers to Success, Career Development, Community Involvement, and Servant Leadership. Team Building. An outdoor recreation leadership course conducted by professionally trained leadership facilitators focused on developing...
Below the Surface of Learning Potential
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conflict resolution, and other life skills as you teach the content. Take the time to learn about your students' lives, their previous schooling experiences, and their learning intelligences. Then, adjust your instruction and discipline strategies. Offer...
Encouraging Student Voice Through Writing
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of conflict. Students may also rewrite the narrative from a first-person or third-person point of view, addressing the Common Core point of view standards. An Open-Ended Narrative activity provides part of a story, then asks students to complete it—like a...
New [School] Year Resolutions
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Resolution #1: Do Something New Novelty brings a unique energy and inspiration to the curriculum and to life in the classroom. Start with something as small as a new icebreaker or warm-up activity to grab the interest of your students. Stretch a little...
What We Say Matters
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resolution. Teachers need to be honest with them, confirm their concerns, and then respond in optimistic ways. I would often dismiss or respond negatively when a student claimed, "This is too hard to do." Now, I confirm their feelings with an affirming...
Helping Students Navigate the World of Texting
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get a feel for what's appropriate and what's not. Conflict Discussion It is especially important that when kids have a conflict, they can use skills to mend fences in person. A sense of urgency can take over when trying to resolve a...
Young Adolescents Helping Younger Kids Identify and Prevent Cyberbullying
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conflict—offline and online (Hinduja & Patchin, 2012). Here are some more ideas to promote awareness by enlisting the help of your students. Have them develop questions to ask cyberbullying experts. They can find them online and then drop them an...
The Power of Positive Relationships
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conflict is a part of growing up, they will test those lines. Be firm. Still, keep rules to a minimum. Review and practice these rules the first weeks of school. Don't make the false assumption that students know what you want from them. Simply stating rules...
Countering Mother Nature
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varying individual schedules. The fact is, American education has never accepted fully the reality of individual differences and organized education in ways that recognize them. In recent years, practices that conflict with Mother Nature have increased....
Listening to the Data
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may conflict with the way their teachers try to help them attain academic goals in school. Perhaps students are trying to tell us what it is that they need to improve their learning. Average and above-average students may be whispering to us through their effort...
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