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Activities for older elementary school children
    The Bullying Survey
Aug 15, 2005
    The Bullying Triangle
Aug 15, 2005
    Don't Feed the Bully
Aug 15, 2005
Teacher resources
    Handbook for Program Leaders
Aug 12, 2005
    Program Assessment
Aug 12, 2005
Resources from RaisingCourageousKids.com
    Bullying Q&A
I respond to questions asked by participants in the satellite teleconference. Includes the PowerPoint slide text.
Dec 16, 2004

Bullying facts
Overview of bullying for use as part of the satellite and video program.

Nov 24, 2004
    Applying the eight steps to courage and bullying
Applying the eight steps to courage to two of the three elements in bullying: target, and bully.
Sep 15, 2004
    Bullying and the recipe for terror
The factors that contribute and describe the bully, family, victim, audience, and school.
Nov 30, 2004
    Experiences and consequences
Applying the eight steps to courage to positive and negagive experiences and their consequences. Target audience is primarily professionals who work with at-risk children.
Oct 3, 2004
    Raising courageous kids: bullying vs. peer challenges
Applying the eight steps to courage by contrasting the tasks of two elements in the bullying triangle: target and victim (the third is the bully).
Sept 15, 2004
These resources are related to the national parenting satallite teleconfernce that featured my session titled "Finding a Mighty Heart: Acquiring the Courage to Stand Up for Oneself and Others." They can be downloaded by any visitor, but were intended primarily for use by participants in the satellite broadcast or with the video that can be purchased from Iowa State University.
    A 1-hour call-in interview titled "Raising Assertive Children" and the Alaska Public Radio website with additional resources. I was impressed with the professionals who conducted the interview and value of the website. Highly recommended.


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