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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Fifth Harmony Worth It Carpool Karaoke | @SummerBreak 3

No text, post, search, glance, or email is worth a life. Keep your eyes on the road, not on your phone. You can help make the road a safer place. #ItCanWait

Monday, February 22, 2016

Trillion-Dollar Footprint (6-8)

What is a digital footprint, and what does yours convey?
Students learn that they have a digital footprint, which can be searched, shared, and seen by a large, invisible audience. Students then learn that they can take some control over their digital footprint based on what they post online. Students watch the video “The Digital Footprint” to learn how information online can easily get out of one’s control. They then examine the blog posts, photos, and profiles of two fictional host applicants for a TV show called “Trillion Dollar Footprint” and decide which would make a more honest host who works well with others. A key message of the lesson is that although online information provides an incomplete picture of a person, it can still affect how others view that person.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Is it Rude, is it Mean or is it Bullying?

Is it Rude, is it Mean or is it Bullying?

I don't know about you but I grow weary of the constant reports of students being "bullied."  Now I know there are children who are truly being bullied, who are afraid to come to school, find it difficult to concentrate on their work, have no friends, and are withdrawn and depressed because of the constant abuse of a school bully.  When real bullying occurs, I am the first to advocate for any student in that situation.  I investigate each claim and I do everything I can as a School Counselor to empower and support the student targeted, involve parents and administration who address the situation from a  legal and disciplinary angle, and get help for the bully.

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Friday, February 19, 2016

My Social Sitter

When a message is inappropriate or hacked, it is rejected in real-time and not sent. When correct, it is posted to your social media profile instantly.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Bullying Prevention Continuing Education Course Now Available

New Continuing Education Course Now Available!

take the new online training course

 is proud to announce that the BullyingPrevention Continuing Education Course
 is now available! The self-directed training provides you with the tools necessary to promote bullying prevention research and best practices in your community.

The course features the newest research on bullying prevention, quizzes throughout to test your knowledge and the ability to earn course credits quickly and easily.
After completing the course, you will be able to:
  1. Define bullying, the many forms it takes, and its effects
  2. Discuss best practices in bullying prevention and responding tobullying
  3. Highlight compelling examples of prevention strategies that work
  4. Create an action plan and execute your community event
Take the course, earn continuing education credit and make a difference! Earning course credit is as simple as playing the video and clicking the link that takes you to the post-course assessment once the video is complete. Discover your role in bullying prevention today! Take the course>>

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