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Building Respectful Learning Cultures

Building Respectful Learning Cultures

Michele Borba February 8, 2016 Comments Off on Building Respectful Learning Cultures

Many of today’s students lack an understanding of respect because their experiences with this essential character trait have been minimal. They simply haven’t witnessed or heard respect in their lives. Nor may they be

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35 Activities to Teach Respect

35 Activities to Teach Respect

Michele Borba February 6, 2016 Comments Off on 35 Activities to Teach Respect

RESPECT: a way of treating or thing about something or someone. If you respect your teacher, you admire her and treat her well. If you respect your friend you regard her highly and treat her with consideration.  There

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Conflict Resolution for Kids

Conflict Resolution for Kids

Michele Borba March 26, 2014 Comments Off on Conflict Resolution for Kids

REALITY CHECK: Did you know that tweens and teens say one of their biggest daily challenges are conflicts with peers? Did you also know that a survey of hundreds of children found that a

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100 Ways to Let Kids Know You Care

100 Ways to Let Kids Know You Care

Michele Borba December 5, 2013 Comments Off on 100 Ways to Let Kids Know You Care

I’ve just come from keynoting a conference on how to stop school shootings and bullying. The audience was packed: educators, mental health professionals, law enforcement, parents as well as elected officials who represented 23

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25 Ways to Help Your Students Learn Responsibility

25 Ways to Help Your Students Learn Responsibility

Michele Borba December 3, 2013 Comments Off on 25 Ways to Help Your Students Learn Responsibility

“Taking responsibility means never blaming anyone else for anything you are being, doing, having or feeling.” ~ Susan Jeffers RESPONSIBILITY is one of the most desirable character traits. It means being accountable, dependable and trustworthy.

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