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October 1, 2014

Strategies to Keep Your Kids Safe


Promote A Genuine and Broad Sense of Inclusiveness
Students Speak Up: How to Prevent Bullying
How do kids think bullying can be stopped? See their responses in this recent study.

Tips for Implementing Restorative Justice
Discover a new model of conflict resolution that focuses on accountability, not punishment.

The BIG List of Bully-Prevention Resources
Dive into this diverse collection of tips and strategies to help kids make better choices.

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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT: 5-MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL

Watch this VideoCulturally Responsive Teaching
Watch how you can use culturally responsive techniques to help students from diverse backgrounds succeed together (video playlist).

 

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5 STEPS TO DELIVERING CRITICAL FEEDBACK

Develop Empathy for Those Giving Feedback Learn these peaceful steps to having meaningful, respectful, and healthy feedback conversations.

WEEKLY GIVEAWAY

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Deadline:  October 5, 2014

Enter the Giveaway

CALLING ALL APGOV AND APES EDUCATORS!

What's Your Opinion About AP and PBL?Lucas Education Research is interested in your experience with -- and opinions about -- AP and project-based learning. Email us (survey@lucasedresearch.org) before October 10th and we'll send you info.

 

GRANTS & RESOURCES

Lowe's Toolbox for Education Grants
This annual grant program is made to help schools with facility improvements and/or landscaping projects. Plus, the Toolbox program is designed to build community support; parental involvement and community partnerships are both strongly encouraged. Schools or associated parent groups can apply online.
Prize: Grants are available up to $5,000; application period closes after 1,500 application have been received.
Deadline: October 15, 2014

Check out the big list of Educational Grants and Resources, updated weekly.

EVENTS

 Webinar  Positioning Counselors to Be Game Changers in College Access
Hosted by: Education Week
When: October 7, 2014, 11:00 a.m. PDT / 2:00 p.m. EDT

See more Educational Webinars, Unconferences, and Conferences, also updated weekly.

 

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