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Stop Teaching Our Children To Kill!

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Gloria DeGaetano is the founder and CEO of The Parent Coaching Institute, (PCI), the originator of the parent coaching profession. An internationally and nationally acclaimed educator, author, and speaker, Ms. DeGaetano, has over 30 years experience working with children, teachers, and parents as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, district administrator, university instructor, speaker and consultant.

Ms. DeGaetano conducts trainings for school districts, social service agencies, and parent/community organizations throughout the world. She is a sought-after favorite for keynotes and workshops at major national and international conferences because she shares her real-life experiences with wit and humor, to convey compassion and empathize with her audiences.

Ms. DeGaetano, a best-selling author, has written Screen Smarts: A Family Guide to Media Literacy (Houghton Mifflin, 1996); Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill: A Call to Action Against TV, Movie, and Video Game Violence (with Lt. Col. Dave Grossman) (Crown Books, 1999), and manualsfor educators and child advocates, including Television and the Lives of Our Childrenand the Media Smarts Series for Students K-5 (Jalmar Press, 2004). An educational video producer, Gloria’s projects include TV and Video: Children at RiskMedia Literacy: An Impact Video for Youth, and Maximizing Your Child’s Potential: Healthy Brain Development in a Media Age, the first parent education video in the nation about the impact of screen machines on young brains. Her latest book Parenting Well in a Media Age, has won the 2007 i-Parenting Media Award for excellence. Ms. DeGaetano’s books and articles have been translated into Spanish, German, Danish, Romanian, Korean, and Turkish.

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