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cyberbullying

Thankful for Great Bullying Prevention Experts

By | bully prevention, bullying behavior, bullying experts, bullying prevention, bullying prevention programs, bullying prevention resources, cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, cybersafety, online safety, optimism, parenting, parenting advice, parents, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized | No Comments

To honor my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, of course, I wanted to share a few things that make me feel grateful. (There are tons more but my guess is that you may be thankful for short posts!) Talking with Parents During…

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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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Is There a Teacher In Your Life That Taught You How To Step Up?

By | anti-bullying, bullying, bullying prevention, cyberbullying, educators, Facing History, Facing History and Ourselves, teachers, Uncategorized, upstander | No Comments

If so, you have a fantastic opportunity to pay them back.  Facing History and Ourselves, an awesome organization that devotes itself to teaching kids how to be “upstanders,” is offering a $5,000 grant to an educator who has inspired kids…

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