• Bullying Road Sign #3 – Critical Interventions for 5-8 Years Old
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    Bullying Road Sign #3 – Critical Interventions for 5-8 Years Old

    How to Make a Bully from Scratch Interventions for Road Sign Three (3) – Difficulty with Relationships Now we’re going to talk about interventions for Road Sign Number Three (3) Difficulty with Friendships. As children move into the elementary ages and we’re talking now six to eight years of age, five to eight years of age, as they move into the elementary years they move further into the world friendships. A red flag at this age is children who do not and cannot maintain and sustain friendships. That is not a phase, it is a red flag and we need to see these signs and act accordingly. Now as I…

  • Gil Tippy, Interventions that Impede Development
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    Gil Tippy, Interventions that Impede Development

    Every time you tell a student what to do, every single time, you’re hurting the student’s growth into a thinking creative independent mind. So, I personally love the next slide; I’ve never met anybody else who loved it, except for the person I drew it for. So a psychologist at the Rebecca’s School came to me asked me about this and I hand drew him a slide and so here’s the slide. Let’s imagine that’s the x and y-axis.I told you I hand drew it! Let’s call that one age and let’s call that one typical development. If you are a neurotypical kid you develop at a 45 degree angle.…

  • Bullying Road Sign #4 – Critical Interventions for 8-12 Years Old
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    Bullying Road Sign #4 – Critical Interventions for 8-12 Years Old

    How to Make a Bully from Scratch Interventions for Road Sign Four (4) – Social Exclusion and “I Don’t Care” Language, 8-12 year-olds Here are some interventions for road sign number 4 “I Don’t Care.” Now when you hear a child chronically saying, “I don’t care” that is a red flag. All kids are going to say, “whatever, I don’t care.” We’re talking about kids ages 8 to 12 years old, so you going to get that every now and then. I’m talking about the chronically “I don’t care” that no matter what you think you’re going to offer them, what kind of punishment or consequence they say, “I don’t…

  • Early language intervention
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    Early language intervention

    I’m Barbara Herziger. I work at Peel Language Development School. How are you finding…? Mel, how are you finding using the spelling file? I’m mentoring two teachers. One is a new graduate. Coming in as a new graduate teacher, you don’t… BARBARA: The spelling file contains pathways and programs and resources to help them teach literacy, especially phonological awareness, to our students. Peel Language Development School is in Western Australia. -How are you today? -Good, thank you. How are you today? BARBARA: We look after students who have specific language impairment. Good, thank you. How are you today? I’m good. I love the way you’re sitting. Ready? Point over here.…

  • Korean CONSTITUTION DAY Words with Jae
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    Korean CONSTITUTION DAY Words with Jae

    Hi everyone. Welcome back to Weekly Words Holiday Edition. I am Jaehwi. The holiday for this video is Constitution Day. Let’s see what we have. 제헌절 (jeheonjeol) “Constitution Day.” So with that word, you can say 제헌절은 7월 17일입니다. (Jeheonjeoreun chirwol sipchiririmnida.) which means “Constitution Day is on July 17.” 국회의사당 (gukhoeuisadang) “National Assembly Building.” 국회의사당 (gukhoeuisadang) National Assembly Building. So with that word, you can say 제헌절 행사가 국회의사당 앞에서 열리고 있습니다. (Jeheonjeol haengsaga gukhoeuisadang apeseo yeolligo itsseumnida.) which means “The Constitution Day event is held in front of the National Assembly Building.” So you can find this building in the island called 여의도 (yeouido) which is at the…

  • Confederate flag banned from Easthampton High School campus
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    Confederate flag banned from Easthampton High School campus

    SANDERSON ACADEMY IN ASHFIELD. JULIANA: EASTHAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL HAS BANNED THE CONFEDERATE FLAG FROM CAMPUS. 22NEWS REPORTER ALESSANDRA MARTINEZ WHAT DROVE THAT ADMINISTRATION TO MAKE THIS DECISION. ALESSANDRA MARTINEZ: THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE VOTED LAST NIGHT TO BAN THE CONFEDERATE FLAG ON CAMPUS, UNLESS IT’S PART OF A HISTORY LESSON. LAST WEEK, A STUDENT WORE A CONFEDERATE FLAG SWEATSHIRT TO SCHOOL. ON MONDAY, STUDENTS AND PARENTS PEACEFULLY PROTESTED OUTSIDE THE HIGH SCHOOL ABOUT THE INCIDENT. I ASKED NORTHAMPTON ATTORNEY JAMES WINSTON IF THIS BAN VIOLATES A STUDENT’S FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS. HE SAYS THE SCHOOL IS ALLOWED TO BAN CERTAIN ITEMS FROM CAMPUS IF THEY CAUSE A DISRUPTION OR PHYSICAL VIOLENCE. JAMES…

  • Episode 4 – Case Study – Debriefing in Crisis Intervention.mp4
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    Episode 4 – Case Study – Debriefing in Crisis Intervention.mp4

    There is an essential need for crisis intervention skills- -within the Swedish Armed Forces. An increasing part of military personnel are stationed abroad- -on international assignments- -and many experience stressful and traumatic situations while on mission. How people are affected by such events is individual- -and depends on things like previous experiences- -ability to handle stress and psychological stability. To avoid psychological damage from traumatic experiences- -a well structured crisis intervention system is important. Debriefing conversations are one part of this system. Today, debriefing education and training- -is conducted in a classroom environment. First, the course students attend lectures and classes- -where theories on the subject are discussed. After the…

  • UDL – UDL and Culturally Responsive Practice (AD)
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    UDL – UDL and Culturally Responsive Practice (AD)

    RON B. ROGERS: Welcome, everyone, to our interactive live webinar, The UDL Framework And Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Together Forever in partnership with State Support Team Region 7 and OCALI. HEIDI ORVESH-KAMENSKI: Hi, everyone. Welcome. My name is Heidi Orvesh-Kamenski. I am a consultant at State Support Team Region 7. So glad you’re here. RON B. ROGERS: And I’m Ron Rogers with OCALI. And we understand your time is important and we want to have you engaged and learning at a high rate. So with that said, please take a look at your Chat window, where it says to raise your hand. You can raise your hand there. And we’ll try…

  • Universal Learning Design: Empowering the Next Generation
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    Universal Learning Design: Empowering the Next Generation

    SO, I DIDN’T DO GOOD IN SCHOOL, LIKE, AT THE BEGINNING. [MUSIC] COLLEGE WAS DIFFICULT FOR ME. IT IS KIND OF HARD TO ADAPT TO THE PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU DON’T SEE THEM EVERY DAY. YOU SEE THEM JUST ONCE IN A WHILE. MY NAME IS STACEY KAYDEN. I’M THE DIRECTOR OF THIS PROGRAM. MY NAME IS KHALIL YASIN. MY NAME IS RUTH. MY NAME IS LUIS HERNANDEZ. MY NAME IS NELSON MALDONADO. I’M A MENTOR/COORDINATOR. WHEN I STARTED COLLEGE, I DIDN’T FEEL THE CONNECTION, SO I DIDN’T DO GOOD IN SCHOOL, LIKE, AT THE BEGINNING. WHEN I FIRST START WALKING AROUND THE COLLEGES, I NEVER FELT LIKE I WAS PART…

  • The Kids Are Not All Right: College Mental Health Needs an Intervention
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    The Kids Are Not All Right: College Mental Health Needs an Intervention

    There’s no legal requirement for schools to provide health or mental health services to their students. Colleges do it because it’s the right thing to do and because it’s prudent. I think there’s a growing understanding and it’s something that we at the Jed Foundation are trying to really make schools aware of that it’s in the school’s and the student’s best interest to provide a really broad array of support services to their students. The more we can keep students on track doing well in school and getting to the graduation line, the better it is for everybody involved. One of the big challenges in providing services is that…