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Susan Raisch

Leader Nelson Mandela Was a Child Once

By | buddy bench, bullying, bullying prevention, charity, Christian Bucks, Kathryn Otoshi, leadership, Monkee See-Monkee Do, Nelson Mandela, neurofibromatosis, ONE, parenting, Today Show, Uncategorized | No Comments

(AP Photo/Peter Dejong) What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” — Nelson…

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Principals Have the Power to Encourage Leadership: The Anti-Bully

By | 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, bullying, character education, elementary school, Kathryn Otoshi, leadership, ONE, One Can Count, P.S. 23, Simon Sinek, Stephen Covey, The Leader In Me, Uncategorized | No Comments

Leadership is not a rank or a position. Leadership is a service to be given. — Simon Sinek Leadership comes in all sizes, shapes, colors, and ages.  That’s the message being given at P.S. 23, a wonderful elementary school on…

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Cyberbullying: Why We Need to Start Raising Little Leaders Online

By | bullying, cyberbullying, digital citizenship, Dr. Larry Rosen, Early Childhood Education Degrees, internet safety, ONE, online safety, pre-K, Tangled Ball, technology, The Huffington Post, The Wired Child, Uncategorized | No Comments

If I have one piece of advice for every single elementary school and every single parent, it is to make teaching leadership a priority offline…and ONLINE.  Start early. Common sense says that if we wouldn’t let a child cross a…

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One and Zero: Early Bullying Prevention

By | bullying prevention, elementary schools, Kathryn Otoshi, National Bullying Prevention Month, ONE, Senator Andrew J. Lanza, St. John's University Staten Island, Uncategorized, Zero | One Comment

Dear Principals, Teachers, Superintendents, Parents and Anyone Interested in Children, My bullying prevention tip is very fitting for today’s date:  10/10, which coincidentally falls within National Bullying Prevention Month. If you have young children or you teach young children, you’ll…

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