I Am a Teacher
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Perhaps the most common form of bullying is what’s become known as “body shaming.” This, obviously, involves making fun of our bodily differences.
To the principals and superintendents who supported the students in their quest to express themselves, I say thank you. Thank you for making the protests that students read about in their history books a reality. Thank you for seeing this as a learning opportunity that will resonate in their hearts and minds for years to come.
Look, we all need maps in life. Sometimes we can get off track, but we can always go back to the map to get back on-track. Follow these four steps to get back where you need to be.
It is so refreshing when a success story about bullying goes viral, showing how easy it is to stop being bullied.
A philanthropic initiative from the IBM Foundation, TeacherAdvisor.org uses IBM’s Watson technology to help teachers make more efficient and informed instructional decisions for all students.
Fear tells us that we’re about to go through something difficult without guidance, and that we are alone. Fear loves it when we don’t move.