We’ve been all over the place! Here are a few select articles and radio interviews that have covered Box Out Bullying.
A FANTASTIC end to the week today back in District 25 at PS 22 in Queens ! The students and staff at The Thomas Jefferson School of The Humanities walked in with open minds and open hearts and had so much SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF BULLYING ! 🙂 As guests for the day we could […]
Good to be back in River Vale Public Schools today! These students at Woodside Elementary School walk in as ZEN MASTERS every day to practice their mindfulness in a mediation session! We were also blown away by their student ambassador initiative! This school is full of great leaders with awesome attitudes 🙂 We look forward […]
What a great way to end the week in Brooklyn at the Community Partnership Charter School ! These students are so passionate, positive, and attentive ! Thanks so much to Mr. Brown and the wonderful staff for having us and all of your incredible hospitality ! We hope to be back soon ❤️ Have a great weekend […]
They’re booming, boisterous, bigger than life! A powerful voice can be appreciated at times and redirected at other times. Often a teacher’s reaction is to quash the behavior, but his power actually likes in determining when speaking loudly enhances a situation and when it detracts. Because the teacher’s goal is to help students appreciate themselves […]
People who love to talk come in all age groups. Sometimes teachers find their chattering students delightful. Perhaps, for example, you know a Megan: Effervescent, bubbly, and lively are words written on Megan’s report cards by the teacher after teacher. Megan possesses an abundance of charm to divert her teachers from the fact she just […]
An outsider taking over a class can bring out the worst in students. They forget or don’t consider the fact that substitute teachers are people with feelings. Students often treat substitutes as fair game to tease, trick, and torment. Even elementary school students, following the example of older students, will drop their books again and […]
Whether it’s known as name-calling, putting people down, mouthing off, or “dissing” or roasting, this skill is practiced and honed by students at middle schools and high schools across the country. These students don’t need knives to slash each other to ribbons; they do it with their tongues. For some students, disparaging others is a […]