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What's Respect?

Each of the four vignettes on this video teaches about respect. A narrator introduces the topic in each vignette and then each one is followed by a set of questions to encourage reflection and consideration of personal experiences. By the end of this program, students will understand the importan...

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Why Do Bullies Bully?

After watching these four programs, students will gain a better understanding of bullying and build a stronger foundation when dealing with bullies. What is A Bully? What Bullies Do - What does a bully look like? What does a bully sound like? This program provides insight that helps students ide...

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Internet Bullies

These three programs teach students the meaning of cyber harassment, why it spells trouble, and how to protect themselves from being a victim.

Internet Bullies: What Is It? - For many kids, the Internet is an important part of their daily routine. Unfortunately, with the immediacy of th...

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Got Empathy?

Children will learn to understand the meaning of empathy and its importance in these four programs. Got Empathy? Do Something - How do you show empathy? How do you show you care? Students learn that empathy is more than a feeling and that true empathy comes from our actions. Got Empathy? It's a ...

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Everybody's Different

The episodes in this video focus on accepting differences, whether physical, cultural, appearance or abilities. Everybody's Different: We Look Different - In this program, students learn sometimes people can feel uncomfortable around others who have physical disabilities. Viewers learn everyone i...

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These four segments in this program identify, through real-life examples, the meaning and effects, both good and bad, of cliques. Cliques? It Feels Good to Belong - Finding their place in a particular social group is a primary concern of many children. Cliques are groups of friends, but not all g...

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Raven Power

Raven identifies, through several scenarios, that the men and boys in the community take the women and girls for granted and show lack of respect for them. The women go on a week-long retreat, and only Jacob seems able to make coffee, cook meals and keep things running. Raven and Chief Big Sky ne...

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Frenemies: Unhealthy Relationships and What To Do About Them

Through three mini-dramas, viewers are shown how to recognize and deal with frenemies (i.e., people who engage in a friendship for their own benefit and are disrespectful, manipulative, or untrustworthy). The program addresses how to spot a frenemy, how to repair a problematic friendship and how...

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When You Feel Left Out

With two teen hosts and three realistic scenarios, this video addresses the hurt feelings that young children experience when they are left out. One girl feels neglected when two of her friends get their ears pierced at the same time; one boy feels excluded because he is too shy to make friends a...

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Words That Hurt

The video offers an introduction by two teen hosts and three true-to-life scenarios about young students who are hurt by words. One boy is called names because of his dyslexia; a girl is gossiped about because her mom lost her job; another girl is rejected by peers when she wants to join a basket...

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Gum in My Hair: How to Cope with Bullying

Gum in My Hair: How to Cope with Bullying (Version 2.0) updates the 2003 version of the program with new research emphasizing the roles of empathy and bystanders. This entertaining and upbeat video provides students with strategies for avoiding or diffusing bullying situations. An appropriate mi...

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Sexual Abuse: It's Not Your Fault

This video offers three vignettes of children who are abused by people they know including a coach, a peer at school, and a step brother. Through their experiences, these children learn that it is important to tell an adult they trust about the abuse, even if they are threatened with harm for tel...

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Seven Grandfather Teachings: Character Development

In this program, students learn about The Seven Grandfather Teachings, also known as The Seven Sacred Teachings. This is a set of teachings on human conduct towards others. They are what was traditionally and still is needed in order for communities to survive. The teachings - love, respect, cour...

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Smelling Smelly

When three filmmakers were challenged to create a film about a touchy topic, they came up with a unique solution--a silent-movie style film that conveys key concepts about personal hygiene with comic-like graphics. One of the filmmakers, Norean Goldston, plays the role of the central character, "...

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The Science of Nutrition: Video Clips Collection with Leslie Beck

This collection of short video clips explores the science of nutrition and provides facts to promote healthier decision-making. Hosted by Leslie Beck, the clips offers students information on important nutrition topics. Teachers will find these segments useful for planning instruction related to ...