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Are You a Bully Magnet at Work?

Tweet These five factors determine whether you’re tempting prey for office bullies and abusive co-workers. Workplace bullying is epidemic. In fact, 37 million U.S. workers face “abusive conduct” during the workday, according to a 2014 survey from the Workplace Bullying Institute. Nearly 29 million others witness this abuse. To put this into tangible terms, the […]

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Mental Health Issues In School

Tweet Here is a great article I found on NPR. It truly gives a great summary of an issue that schools rarely consider or address. I credit the authors for a job well done. I am posting it here to be informative about this problem that I believe is reaching epidemic proportions. The Mental Health […]

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School Climate Conference

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Captive Thoughts

Tweet Introduction Captive Thoughts 2 Corinthians 10: 4-5 KJV For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds ;  Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of […]

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Classroom Kryptonite

Tweet Before You Read This Book Please Read This In writing this book I interchange kid, student, child, and he and she. They all mean the same thing. I interchange parent, teacher and society. They all merely mean someone who is supposed to be in charge. You will find one intervention used for multiple behaviors. […]

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Bare Feet And White Flour

Tweet Have you ever wondered why your parents did some of the things that they did. I did lots of times. My dad had so many regimented activities that I thought he had a screw lose or something. I’m only going to talk about two here because there are too many to put into one […]

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Ten Reasons Why Educators Need Professional Development On the Topic of Student Behavior Management

Tweet Introduction Since the dawn of public education teachers and schools have focused on the academic achievement of students. All students were expected to leave school with basic reading writing and math skills. Some kids excelled and went on to institutions of higher learning, some were trained at a trade such as carpentry, or auto […]

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Mutual Confidence Is The Foundation Of All Satisfactory Human Relationships.

Tweet I really enjoy Napoleon Hill. Trust is something  is something we need to teach to our kids if they are going to have successful relationships in their lives. Kids who have been targets of bullying don’t trust anyone, and believe that no one cares about them. Prove them wrong, and help them establish trusting […]

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The Words Of A Father Do Make A Difference

Tweet As a young boy I experienced all kinds of problems in my family. My father was a bar owner and a pretty heavy drinker. His behavior was very unpredictable at times, and we never knew what was going to set him off.  We were always walking around on egg shells because we didn’t want […]

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The First Week Of October In New Jersey Is Respect Week

Tweet The New 3Rs in Education Respect, Responsibility, and Relationships Remember: All Schools in New Jersey Must Designate The First Week of October as Respect Week Everybody knows what the 3 R’s of teaching are – reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic.  But educators don’t totally understand that in order to teach these basic subjects successfully, they […]

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