Another great example of positive prevention. Show this to your students right away…
Of course, if you’re worried about crying in front of them, you should probably watch it a couple of times first.
*This post originally appeared on TeenBeing.com “It is important to understand that the weight bias that obese youth face is just as serious as the physical
If you’re a Spotify user- which you totally should be – then check out this playlist. It’s filled with upbeat music that’s appropriate for the classroom,
The best way to deflect cyberbullying? Through positivity. Now it’s time to create your own positive prevention… Student Rubric: Bullying- Positive Prevention Some examples from the StopBullying.gov Tumblr
Did you know that 1/3 of all teenagers are sleep deprived? According to the National Sleep Foundation, You need at least 9 hours, and most
Hey #HealthEd teachers, here’s a link for all of the resources I shared in the PhysEdSummit and APPEC 2016 workshops. For free PD, here’s a copy of
Hi, My name is Amy Smith, I believe our rapidly changing world presents a whole new set of opportunities and challenges for kids. Staying on top of the latest can help us guide them as they set healthy habits for life. Got questions, get in touch!