We’ve seen the documentaries and heard the statistics frequently enough to know that bullying is a problem. Less often, though, are teachers presented with practical solutionsfor replacing bullying with positive behavior.
We want to take a proactive stance on bullying and we’re doing it with the help of Mike Dreiblatt, a veteran teacher and president of Stand Up to Bullying.
Strategies to Reduce Bulling and Social Aggression is a free, 90-minute webinar that will provide listeners with strategies to:
Identify the common traits of the bully, the bullied, and the bystander
Develop a school-wide response to bullying, cyber bullying and social aggression.
Prevent bullying from gaining a foothold in schools
Mike Dreiblatt is not only a bullying and violence-prevention expert, he is also an authority on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA 2004) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, offering easy to understand seminars to teachers and administrators. In addition to this, he is co-author of How to Stop Bullying and Social Aggression and author of numerous articles related to bullying prevention and character education. To learn more about his organization, Stand Up to Bullying, click here.
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Starting in June, we’re going to be publishing a monthly podcast called Book Talk. Each episode is two-to-three minutes long and features a new book we’re confident your students will love.
This month, we’re talking about Edward Packard’s book, Return to the Cave of Time. To listen in on what we have to say about it, simply fill out the form to the right.
Classroom Tips and Strategies with Charity Preston.
Because teachers have to achieve so much in the course of their day, we want to help.
Files to make. Papers to check. Papers to return. How do teachers keep it all together? Join Marygrove Master in the Art of Teaching’s very special guest, Charity Preston, creator of The Organized Classroom Blog. She’ll show you how to organize three critical components of your classroom: papers, supplies, and fixtures. She will provide strategies and ideas you can use now in this informative, jam-packed session.
Tips and Tricks to Thrive in the Classroom.
Join us for what amounts to a Free Survival Guide that prepares you for the trenches in K-8 Science with Marygrove College Master in the Art of Teaching’s Charles Pearson, Ph.D.
Do you have the skill set to be an effective science teacher? Dr. Pearson says every teacher does, it’s just a matter of capitalizing on your strengths. He’ll walk you through some fundamental ways to ensure that you’re giving all you can to your students, and getting the support you need to deliver confident, competent science instruction.
According to the 2011 Nation’s Report Card™ there is a fortunate increase in time being spent on language arts instruction in classrooms across the country. However, most teachers crave simple, effective strategies to improve writing proficiency scores in their states. The Four Square Writing Method by Judith Gould and Evan Jay Gould (Gould, 1999) is an easy way to differentiate writing instruction. We’ll show you how!