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Teaching Students to Make Good Decisions Can Reduce Drug Abuse

School districts are discovering that one of the most effective ways to reduce drug and alcohol use among middle-school students is to teach them the life skills to make good decisions. 403 more words


How to use respect activities to change your school climate

How can we truly change the climate in our school? Can we actually re-form opinions that students and staff possess? Is there a way we can change a negative or mean-spirited school climate into one where cooperation, kindness and consideration abound? 479 more words

Bruce Langford

How much bullying is in The Hunger Games according to typical teenagers?

The Hunger Games is huge. Almost everyone has something to say about how appropriate the themes are or how much violence is involved. Recently I read a report that there were more than forty-one instances of violence … and that is in the first book alone. 209 more words


Toronto area elementary school dedicated to student bullying prevention

Today we visited Trillium Woods Public School in Toronto area (Richmond Hill). Stand Up Against Bullying was presented three times to the various divisions. Students and staff responded with interest and enthusiasm. 203 more words

Bruce Langford

Take a stand , make a change – stop the culture of bullying

Here is a bullying acronym – Ways to turn bullying around:
Beautiful person that has a
Unique personality and can be a
L… 63 more words

Bruce Langford

Earnscliffe Step Team Performs at Bullying Prevention Parent Presentation

E S T – Earnscliffe Step Team
Amazing confidence. Precise rhythms. Spectacular showmanship.
This describes the Earnscliffe Step Team from Earnscliffe Senior Public School in… 165 more words

Bruce Langford

Cyber-Safety/Cyber-Bullying Presentations by Speaker Presenter Bruce Langford (Ontario)

A Cyber-safety tip for you:
Don’t meet people you have met on-line.

You’ve been chatting for three months. You know the person so well you consider them a good friend. 224 more words

Bruce Langford