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Students don't always understand that some actions send messages they may not intend - professors sometimes read actions of students as disrespectful, mean, or lazy when students have very different motivations for what they said or did in class. These tips are intended to help students find ways to create a strong presence in the classroom. These aren't just for keeping the instructors from getting annoyed though - they have a real foundation in creating a successful approach to the class.
Tonight, Vito and Vito talk about ISIS beheading American journalist James Foley, the Ferguson riots, race-baiting and the new developments in the Michael Brown case.
Then, the Vitos delve into a topic that is sure to make your hair raise. Liberalism, from high school to college has consumed the classroom. Professors and high school teachers alike have allowed liberal-bias to spread across academia, forcing kids to become indoctrinated with political views that are misguided, one-sided and wrong. Listen in as the Vitos, as well as other students, talk about how it is to be a conservative in a toxic environment.
Charmaine Hammond is a best selling award winning author and professional speaker. With an MA in Conflict Analysis & Management, she is on a mission through Team Toby to improve lives by teaching kindness, acceptance and respect, whether it be in the boardroom or classroom. Charmaine's new book Toby the Pet therapy Dog Says Be a Buddy Not a Bully was named among the best by Mom's Choice Awards, and recently won gold in the Reader's Favorite awards. This book teaches bully prevention, how to cope with bullying situations, and how not to be a bystander through the teachings of a therapy dog named Toby.
GREAT GRADES : How was your child's 'A' computed'?
A grade is an evaluation indicator; it has nothing to do with how your child was assessed or the assessment. In this show, we want parents to get a better understanding of how grades can be assessed.
Do you know how your child’s grades were assessed?
Do you know what level of assessment was used – high ordered thinking or low order cognitive development?
Classroom DNA will also implement a new format, 30 minute shows followed by Phyllis Austin’s Educational Perspective.
The National Parent Education Center: www.TNPEC.org
Phyllis Austin: www.phyllisaustin.com
Household DNA Parenting Pyramid: www.householddnaparentingpyramid.com
Household DNA: www.householddna.com
Listen, Talk, Learn and Act.
Invite young people to listen. Listen weekly. Call in 347.855.8603 or post a question/comment in our chat room.
Decision Making: Image v. Substance / Delayed v. Sustainable
Are your choices image oriented or of substance?
Are you creating a delayed action or a sustainable action with your choices?
This week on Classroom DNA we will discuss the making of substantive decisions discussing the following:
Family Economics: Being realistic about revenue in and out
Prosperity: Becoming whole
Conflict Resolution – resolving issues through the process of considering the highest good of people involved and what is sustainable
Daily Nourishment for the Family: Feeding the soul not just the adorning the body
The Sabbath: Fellowshipping, Sharing Wisdom and Skills
Career and/or College including Entrepreneurship
After this discussion we want you to have a better understanding of your Household DNA and how to make decisions, which strengthen the relationships within the family thereby creating strong family.
Also, I will give my perspective and what I learn from the Tom Joyner Family Reunion.
Listen, Talk, Learn and Act.
Invite young people to listen. Listen weekly. Call in 347.855.8603 or post a question/comment in our chat room
Chris M. Sprague is the International Transformation and Empowerment Ambassador, keynote speaker, best-selling author and a pioneer in the study of how people are wired. His purpose in life is to inspire and empower people to understand how they are wired and, in turn, transform their life. Through research, personal experience and working with countless clients, Chris has discovered that once you understand how you are wired, you will be able to eliminate many frustrations and transform your life and business. Chris is also a thought leader and accomplished professional speaker delivering a message of transformation and hope for the future. He speaks to audiences from 10 to over 10,000 and empowers people to transform their future by transforming their thoughts using an open, honest, straight-forward approach to change.
?3D PRINTING IN YOUR CLASSROOM AND A CURRICULUM WITH IT
?Jered Dean, Associate Professor at Colorado School of Mines and creator of the PITSCO 3D Printing curriculum . We're taking a lot at one of the most interesting things to come down the pike in years.
Reverse Order was a producer’s pick for Season 7 of America’s Got Talent. After performing live on America’s Got Talent, Reverse Order had many doors open up for them. They toured multiple times with the program High School Nation performing to students during the school day. While at these schools, Reverse Order realized how common bullying was. Students would talk to the members in private or online seeking not just advice, but a friend to share with. Because of this Reverse Order decided to start “Reverse The Trend”, an anti-bullying program consisting of both a positive, uplifting concert, but also a presentation where the members speak from personal experience about how they were bullied, and how they overcame it. Since starting the program, Reverse Order has had an extremely rewarding experience making a positive impact on peoples lives.
Join Jim in The Bully Proof Classroom as he speaks with Daniel Haight. Dan is an emerging science fiction novelist with many published short stories. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, he is equal parts 'geek' and 'blue collar' with a love for science fiction, emerging technology and working with his hands. Dan has been writing stories since he was 12, but began writing professionally after he 'gave it a try' and found that people enjoyed his work. As a single parent, he works as a lowly IT guy during the day and writes in his off-hours. Let's hear Dan's perspective on bullying and about his new book "Flotilla" which you can view here.
Nick Theophilou resides in Melbourne, Australia, and has seen that in recent years men that have made great strides and have become better fathers, husbands, and communicators.They are prepared to take risks, ask for help, are determined to live longer.
He has been an individual and Couples therapist, and a Group Facilitator for 30 years, written for daily newspapers, hosted the Radio Program ‘The Full Monty’ for two years, a Program devoted to Men's Issues, produced the DVD ‘Inside a Mens Group”: see www.fathersandsons.com.au and has written an eBook; ’10 Stories about what men are doing Well.’ The book is available on Amazon. 10 Stories about what men are doing Well
Join Jim in The Bully Proof Classroom as he speaks with Jen Hancock, aka Jen The Humanist. Jen teaches parents practical ways they can protect their kids from bullying. Using techniques she learned from her mother as well as from her experience as a dolphin trainer in Hawaii. These skills are so easy to learn even a kindergartner can understand them.
The Bully Vaccine http://thebullyvaccine.com
As much as adults hate to admit it, the children in our midst are a mirror reflecting what we really are. We model the behavior that they imitate, and as much as parents love to blame the television, children really don't imitate TV characters as much as they imitate the parents in the home. Teachers are frustrated when unruly boys and girls disrupt the class, and at some point, teachers raise their voices and holler at the disruptive child, enabling the child to create the same kind of dysfunctional atmosphere of yelling that the child has experienced at home. Teachers find themselves resorting to verbal abuse and insults in order to control the behavior of the students in the class: children choose to be quiet out of fear of public humiliation, a tactic teachers choose to use in order to keep "order." But is this really a good learning environment when the children sit in silence out of fear of being insulted by the teacher? When parents use this control tactic, this is what they condition the child to respond to. So what happens when a teacher tries to model respectful, calm behavior in a classroom at a school where all the other adults are screaming insults at the children? Do we really believe threats, insults and yelling are good classroom management techniques? Journalist and educator Barbara Pement shares her experience at one private Florida school where many of the staff members and students are family members, and the classroom management techniques seem to mirror dysfunctional parenting techniques. When can screaming at a child be considered abusive behavior? Should a Principal set rules of conduct for teachers? Managing a classroom can be challenging, unless all the adults agree to be a model of respect and self control themselves. When the teacher screams, who is really out of control?
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