Posts Tagged ‘Empathy’

posted by on Adult Bullying, Adult Cyberbullying, Bullying, Civility

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Can we bring civility back to this shame nation? We are living in such divisive times now that we are witnessing adults treating each other with the utmost disrespect, and many times their own children are watching this outrageous behavior.  Since we now live in a world where the majority of Americans are armed with […]

posted by on #iCANHELP, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Cybersafety, Digital citizenship, Digital Life

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From the moment they hit the ‘screen’ – #iCANHELP has been changing lives in a positive direction online and off. They recently announced their latest form of kindness going viral! Don’t miss the 2-minute video at the end, and share it forward. We all can make a difference! #ICANHELP Bristow Compliments Bristow Middle School works to […]

posted by on Parenting Teens, Stage of Life, Teen Etiquette

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Sometimes it can seem like we are always hearing doom and gloom when it comes to our youth, especially teenagers. I want to turn that around with this great survey that Stage of Life (that offers writing contests for high school students) conducted with a group of teenagers, regarding Random Acts of Kindness. We often thinking of […]

posted by on Books, Bullying, Bullying prevention, Civility, Cyberbullying, cyberbullying prevention, Online bullying, Parenting Blogs, Parenting books

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By Galit Breen When I wrote Kindness Wins, a guide for teaching our kids how to be kind online, the (truly) only backlash I heard was that kids who bully come from parents who bully, so teaching kindness won’t help. I disagree. Here’s why. The theory that bullies raise bullies is one we’ve all heard […]

posted by on Civility, Parenting, Parenting Blogs

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Kindness matters!  It’s time to implement compassion and kindness into our homes and classrooms and make it a priority. Guest post from Joey Katona Over the last few years, we have learned from the Ashoka Changemaker Schools Network and a research project with the Harvard Graduate School of Education that there is a need for […]

posted by on Parenting, Parenting Blogs, Parenting Teens

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Most of read and heard about survey that was released this week from the Harvard School of Education, Making Caring Common Project. Children revealed that they felt it was more important to  their parents that they are high achievers and happy over concern for others. What does this mean? I personally speak with parents of […]