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Iceberg activity - about "living above the water line" and being comfortable in your own skin. Great for Middle School
If you are needing an activity that will be a hit with the 16-18 year olds...try speed- dating. Our church youth were invited by another group to do this last fall and we had so much fun we decided to do it again with 2 different groups. It takes some planning to find a group that can have both their young men and women participate. I think it adds to the mystery and fun if you can find another high school area to include. You also want to have about the same YM and YW. I teamed up with my…
The Compliments Project | Cult of Pedagogy
If you want to build trust in your classroom, you need to see this video about a powerful activity where students give compliments in an unforgettable way.
Rejecting Stereotypes: Students describe I AM Wall project
Eighth graders present a video and describe their "I AM" Wall, part of a study of stereotyping, which included a close reading of Hinton's The Outsiders.
The Kindness Rocks Project
Take one if it means something to you, a reminder!Or Share with a friend who needs some Inspiration…It’s all about Kindness Right? We all could benefit from ...
The Kindness Game Activity
Looking for a fun & free game to play in class? Download the Kindness Game! This bingo-style game is great to play at home or in school. It encourages kindness & empathy, which makes it perfect for Bullying Prevention Month (& beyond)! #BullyFree
Anti-Bullying Day project
My middle school students are in awe of Michael Jackson’s dancing. They all practice and try to copy his moves! They didn’t know much about his songs, though. I thought I’d cap…
My Class's Antibullying Campaign
I love Twitter - shocking, I know. But I do love it because I get so inspired by reading comments and blogs by other teachers I follow. One of my favorite posts lately is by Eric Johnson (@yourkidsteacher), from his website, called "Erasing Meanness." Read his blog post here. You need to read his before you read mine. His post inspired everything I'm about to say here. I'm working with another 5th grade teacher from Canada (@FlyontheCWall) on a shared blog for all of our fifth graders (see…
Kate Winslet Narrates Anti-Bullying Animated Short Film Daisy Chain
Daisy Chain - a story about bullying narrated by Kate Winslet