Cyber-bullying is carried out in order to shame, embarrass, tease or frighten the receiver. Messages are often electronically sent from an “anonymous” sender. Can you spot a cyber-bully?
Dr. King often challenged, “what are you doing to help others?” Here are ten helpful ways to make a difference in your home, school, community…and the world!
Our world is more diverse and growing more so every single day. Learning to be civil even with differences, is something everyone needs to learn to have respectful conversations.
Murals can be a great way to merge art with storytelling. Here are a few ideas to use murals to share history, make a statement, use for reflection, honor those who make a difference, etc.
Diversity in American schools and classrooms is rapidly increasing each year. What can you do to reach your students where they are, and help them to master the necessary academic concepts for advancement? Here’s a diversity checklist to get you started.
Want to talk to someone about something important or approach someone new? Here are a few icebreaking ideas.
Educators and leaders need not fear the topic of race and racism in the classroom. Here are a few tips to ensure diversity is built into your classroom, school or organization’s culture.
Bullying can occur at any age and in any place — the workplace, sports arenas, classrooms, cyberspace, community events and even family gatherings. It isn’t just unpleasant – it’s painful and comes in many forms. Learn how to spot bullying and how to intervene.