Resources for Student Issues ...
- Bullyproof Your Classroom with Brown Paper Bags
- Stop Bullying
- Danimal's Army
- Cyberbullying - BrainPOP
- Kids react to bullying
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- Collaboration Within Small Student Groups
- Teaching Students to Work Together
- Cooperative & Collaborative Learning
- Facilitating Group Collaboration
- Collaborative Learning How To
- Benefits of Collaboration
- Dealing with Teenagers
- To Keep Teenagers Alert, Schools Let Them Sleep In
- How To Handle Disrespectful Students
- The Teenage Brain Explained
- Inside The Teenage Brain
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- Depression and Mental Health
- Coping with Stress during COVID-19
- Teenager's Guide to Depression
- Kintsugi: The Art of Embracing Damage
- What Is Depression?
- School Psychologist Files
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- Diversity Training
- Teaching Multicultural Students
- Teaching Tolerance
- California Newsreel -- Diversity Training Videos
- Understanding Prejudice
- Human Rights Resource Center
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Everything from classroom automation and making a class web site for free to creating videos and 3D printing. →