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Anti-Bullying Coaching And Resources

This shop is designed to provide quality lesson plans, activities, books, podcasts, videos and other resources on the topics of anti-bullying, classroom behavior management, and for the development of a positive school and classroom climate. After 40 years in education I now have the opportunity to share my work with other teachers, administrators, parents, and support staff. By taking one of the courses offered you could receive credit hours as allowed by your local school district.

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This shop is designed to provide quality lesson plans, activities, books, podcasts, videos and other resources on the topics of anti-bullying, classroom behavior management, and for the development of a positive school and classroom climate. After 40 years in education I now have the opportunity to share my work with other teachers, administrators, parents, and support staff. By taking one of the courses offered you could receive credit hours as allowed by your local school district.
Sexual Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying In Schools and In The Workplace
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Sexual Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying In Schools and In The Workplace

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This guide is usable for teachers and students alike. It explains what Sexual Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying looks like which is a great way for teachers to start a discussion with their students on the topic. It also fits in with the culture of our world today as this issue seems to be in the news on a daily basis. It is truly instructive and preventative.
Valuing The Differences
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Valuing The Differences

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These three lesson plans will help students realize that valuing the differences in one another is a great way to begin to understand uniqueness, what they like about one another, and yes what my name really is. A great way to teach tolerance and diversity. (Grades 2-12)
A Unit Plan On Respect
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A Unit Plan On Respect

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This unit covers all the components necessary to teach respect to your students. It contains lesson plans, activities, character training, links, short stories, and links to podcasts and videocasts. You will learn how to teach respect as your students learn this necessary quality for life long success. (Grades 3-12)
Building A Positive School Community
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Building A Positive School Community

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This 16 page packet contains all the information you need to conduct a full day conference on building a strong school community that is respectful and responsible. Excellent for administrators.
Courageous Conversations
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Courageous Conversations

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This journal poses 10 questions that helps students see their responsibility in social problem solving. It helps the student see that the problem starts with me and ends with us. A great tool for conflict resolution and mediation.
How To Avoid Confrontations With Problem Students - In Front Of Your Class
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How To Avoid Confrontations With Problem Students - In Front Of Your Class

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Power struggles happen and at times can't be avoided. We can't put ourselves on the battlefield without a plan on how to get off. This FREE manual will give teachers the tools necessary to defuse a confrontation in front of the class. This allows both the teacher and the students to make graceful exits and maintain dignity and respect. A must for new teachers.
An Anti Bullying Conference
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An Anti Bullying Conference

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This Conference provides the factors that must be understood as a family, a community, a school, and as a society in dealing with the bullying epidemic. It is hyperlinked throughout and contains links to books, podcasts, and articles. It is an excellent tool for any staff to acquire professional development hours and can be used for discussion at faculty meetings.
A Unit Plan On Responsibility
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A Unit Plan On Responsibility

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This unit covers the many facets of responsibility and helps the students realize what they are really responsible for. It has articles, links, podcasts, and videocasts to help the teacher stay organized with everything at their finger tips. The unit starts with a great lesson with activities that follow that help improve character and accountability. (Grades 3-12)
Comeback Cards
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Comeback Cards

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These cards are designed to be downloaded, cut out and laminated. They are extremely useful in helping elementary and middle school students develop the language to deal with bully’s who use their words to hurt or embarrass others. They also provide students with positive self talk statements that help to improve the victims self esteem and confidence. Once these cards are produced they can be given to multiple students and placed in a folder or punched and placed in a binder. They are an excellent tool to help deal with individual fears that occur because of a bully’s harassment and intimidation.
Teaching Respect and Responsibility - The Triangle
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Teaching Respect and Responsibility - The Triangle

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Teaching Respect and Responsibility starts at a young age. Take a look at this video and discover when kids start o get the idea that they can say and do what they want, and how teachers and parents contribute to the problem.
10 Great Anti-Bullying Strategies + 4 More
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10 Great Anti-Bullying Strategies + 4 More

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This is a 45 minute video that outlines 10 great strategies that you can use in your classroom right away. It can be watched by a whole school as part of professional development training. The website on the first screen should read www.bullyproofclassroom.com. It includes 4 bonus strategies at the end.
The Real 3R's: Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience
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The Real 3R's: Respect, Responsibility, and Resilience

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These are not your garden variety lesson plans. They were written to include one plan for each of the 3R’s with the inclusion of suggestions, links, and podcasts that the reader can click on to listen to. If you purchase a hard copy of the book I have included the link where applicable so it can be copied into your browser. I have gone very narrow and very deep and tried to really hit a home run with the activities. I also included character qualities associated with each one of the 3R’s and in the area of resiliency have included some activities and suggestions that are related to these qualities that can be used in a classroom, or in a home. There is also included a bonus course at the end of the book as well.
The Anti-Bullying Teacher Toolbox
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The Anti-Bullying Teacher Toolbox

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The idea behind this toolbox is to provide as many resources as possible to help a teacher deal with the bullying epidemic. It is downloadable and has many links that can be accessed with a click. It provides material that can be added to and can be modified. It has podcasts and some very unique videocasts. Believe it or not it is a starting point for teachers and as they move forward they can create their own folder and add materials to the tool box making it their own very powerful resource that can be used to help students and other teachers deal with bullying issues in their school. Be sure to use the links, this toolbox is designed to be viewed on your computer. You don’t have to be on the web as some of the links were created offline.
The Everyday Bundle
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The Everyday Bundle

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This Bundle provides over 130 tips and strategies to help combat bullying and to help you and your students become your personal best.
A Unit Plan On Resilience
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A Unit Plan On Resilience

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This unit will provide the teacher with a great lesson plan and a series of links, podcasts, and activities on how to teach resilience. Resilience is a quality that is needed most as we teach our students how to respond to bullying situations and conflict. It includes sections on character education and provides suggestions on how to encourage your students to maintain control of their thoughts, words, actions, attitudes and motives. (Grades 3-12)
Motivating Disaffected and Hard to Handle Students
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Motivating Disaffected and Hard to Handle Students

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There is a direct relationship between motivation and discipline. The hard to motivate are often hard to discipline. Teachers are becoming increasingly more frustrated and are asking what we do with students who are not prepared, don’t care, will not work, and are on track for failure as adults. Finding tools and strategies to increase motivation can solve many behavior problems. There are many things educators can do to reawaken motivation in students who have lost interest and perhaps hope. This seminar helps teachers develop techniques that build respect, increase responsibility, and develop greater compliance in students who are hard to handle. It helps teachers overcome the strong emotional frustration that saps their energy and ultimately leads to burnout. This course will help the participants: • Learn the symptoms of difficult students and treatment plans that work • Build respect and rapport with your most difficult students • Understand why students don’t care • Develop language that confronts without condemning • Break through the emotional wall of your students and increase motivation and responsibility • Strengthen relationships with your students