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12 Cyber Dilemmas to Get Teens Talking

From cyberbullying to privacy concerns, today’s connected teens face a host of ethical dilemmas and potential dangers. Use these twelve discussion starters to ignite meaningful conversations with teens about responsible ways to get connected while staying safe online: You started … Continue reading

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Friday Link Roundup

“Relationships matter,” says Free Spirit author and executive director/CEO of ASCD Deb Delisle. Students, especially disadvantaged students, face great challenges these days. What adults can do is listen, offer support, and make the learning environment a safe one. You’ll be … Continue reading

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Friday Link Roundup

This week’s reading was dominated by the terrible story of a school resource officer who slammed a student to the ground at Spring Valley High School in South Carolina. The incident was caught on video, and the officer was fired. … Continue reading

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Speak Up to Bullying

By Scott Cooper, author of Speak Up and Get Along! One day my eleven-year-old son Jackson walked into our kitchen at the end of a long school day without his usual carefree cheerfulness. He was withdrawn and didn’t want to … Continue reading

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