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Proactive Anti-Bullying Activities
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policy where bullying is concerned—a zero tolerance policy. They also need to set expectations for teachers and staff members. Many principals employ the "You see it, you own it" standard for dealing with bullying situations. Teachers are discouraged from...
Student Voices Against Bullying
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Bullying isn’t what it used to be. In the age of social media, taunts and gossip are now posted on the Internet for all to see. When those comments become bullying that affects our students, educators require a new approach—one that is simple, honest, and to...
Student Reflection: A Tool for Growth and Development
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teachers reflecting on ways to enhance our daily instruction, we ask: How did the students respond to the day’s lesson? Were the objectives met? How could we better manage our time? What methods might engage our students? As a middle school teacher, I found...
Bullying: What's Your Story and So What?
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bullying have such a powerful link to the middle grades? How do we begin to unravel this one? I think understanding bullying and why it has such a powerful link to the middle grades starts by reflecting on your own story with it. It's difficult to pin down...
Young Adolescents Helping Younger Kids Identify and Prevent Cyberbullying
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policy, implementing curriculum enhancements, holding assemblies, managing staff development trainings in this area, developing investigative protocols, and improving the school climate to reduce peer conflict—offline and online (Hinduja & Patchin, 2012). Here...
Things Learned—or Affirmed—as a Middle School Mom
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my students as their teacher and school leader, but recently I became a middle school mom. As a parent, many of my beliefs about doing what is right for middle school children have been affirmed, and I have gained wisdom by seeing the situation from a parent's...
One Text—Many Perspectives
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about The Great Pandemic of 1918–1919 and then answer the questions on the board," the teacher directed as she handed out the printed pages. Where did the pandemic start? How did the pandemic spread? When did the pandemic end?...
Build a Productive Parent-Teacher Team
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of someone other than their parents. Couple this with adolescents' growing need for independence, and it is easy to see how many parents lose touch with their kids as they traverse the middle grades. Teachers, coaches, and mentors fill in the information gaps that...
Would You Like to Make a Statement?
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XYZ paper and I would like to ask you a few questions about allegations of bullying by teachers at your school.” “Good morning. This is Sarah Brown from station ABC. What can you tell me about the decline in your students’ standardized test scores last year?” If...
Literacy Tools Smooth the Ups and Downs
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she told me. "Like who my friends are and what I like to do. If I ever find her, I want her to know what I'm like right now." I asked Hanna how she felt about writing her birth mother a letter. She wouldn't be able to mail it immediately, but she could start...
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