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Building Relationship Skills in a Texting Generation

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn On Saturday, I spoke at a parent event hosted by Northridge Church in Plymouth, Michigan. I experienced amazing hosts and 550 receptive parents all day long. During the day, I was asked great questions by moms and dads that I plan to blog about this week. The question below came…

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Video Post: Interview with Coach Kris Hogan

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn A few weeks ago, a story made its way across America about a small, private school football team in Grapevine, Texas that did something very unusual. They were scheduled to play a juvenile detention center in football, Gainesville State School the next Friday. They knew that those young inmates would…

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Why Bullying is Hot Again and What You Can Do (Re-post)

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn I have worked with students for thirty years. Idistinctly remember when bullying became a topic of discussion across the American education landscape. It was around 1995, the same time social scientists began to measure bullying on the school campus. The issue of “no bullies” became vogue for a while. Then,…

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Who is Right: The Teacher or the Students?

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn An AP article by Pat Walters reported, “A high school English teacher in suburban Philadelphia who was suspended for a blog in which she called her young charges “disengaged, lazy whiners” is driving a debate by daring to ask: Why are today’s students unmotivated — and what’s wrong with calling…

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