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When kids are hurt or angry about name-calling, harassment, or bullying, they don't focus on schoolwork. At what point does bad behavior create a hostile environment, require corrective action, or become a legal issue? STAND TALL is a video-based educational program that educates teachers and students in Grades 4-6 about how to respond to disrespectful behavior. Students will enjoy watching the videos and doing the classroom exercises while building skills that are critical for creating a positive classroom community. With seven quick chapters and four evocative video modules, STAND TALL results in three core competencies:
RESPECT for individual differences
DISCUSSION to further understanding
ACTION that transforms behavior
One module, which includes commentary from educators, legal experts, and counselors, is designed for teachers and provides guidance on using the student-oriented materials. The program also provides advice on preventing harassment, clarification of relevant laws, Department of Education guidelines, and a compendium of resources and classroom activities. STAND TALL helps teachers create a powerfully positive learning environment in which all students feel respected.
Suggested use: Order one STAND TALL Teacher's Manual & DVD to view together plus as many individual STAND TALL Teacher's Manuals as needed to accommodate your group.
About the Author
Suzanne W. Peck, educator, author, and consultant, designs and leads training programs for culturally diverse audiences of all ages. After public school teaching assignments in Chicago, Illinois, and Lexington, Massachusetts, Suzanne began leading teacher training programs with Interaction Associates in San Francisco, California and teaching courses in Education and Communication Studies at Dominican University in San Rafael, California.
Teacher training programs led to corporate training programs, and Suzanne joined Towers Perrin (now Towers Watson), a management consulting firm with 14,000 consultants in offices around the world. Suzanne founded and led the company’s training practice, with a technical focus on equal employment opportunity, diversity, and harassment. Suzanne became a principal and led the firm’s Human Resources and Communication line of business.
Suzanne has worked with Fortune 500 companies to manage diversity and change for more than 30 years. At organizations from Mc Donald’s to Disney to University of Chicago Hospitals to GE, she has partnered with executives to develop educational programs and create team approaches both nationally and internationally.
In addition to consulting, Suzanne has taught diversity within Northwestern University’s Media Management Center, an executive education program led by faculty of the Kellogg School of Management and the Medill School of Journalism. A sought-after public speaker and trainer, she has won many awards for creative excellence in communication and training programs, including the International Association of Business Communicators and the U.S. Industrial Film & Video Festival.
Suzanne co-authored RUFF: A Lost Dog Tale, 5 Great Strategies to Manage Change at Work and Beyond with Penelope Wong. She participated in the development of I’m In Charge, a health care consumer-assertiveness education program used by more than one million employees in 400 companies; Expect the Best, starring Phylicia and Ahmad Rashad; How to Make Meetings Work, now in its ninth printing; and Boomerang, an EEO training program used by half of the Fortune 500.
"Look for opportunities to reinforce respectful behaviors, constructive dialog, speaking up for others, and resolving conflicts. Make heroes out of kids who stand tall!" -- From the Introduction
|About the Author||p. xi|
|How to Use STAND TALL in Your Classroom||p. 5|
|Your LEGAL Responsibilities and School Policy||p. 12|
|Let's Talk About RESPECT for Individual Differences||p. 21|
|Let's Have a Constructive DISCUSSION||p. 33|
|Let's Talk About ACTION and Options||p. 43|
|STAND TALL With Your Community||p. 53|
|Compendium of Additional Resources||p. 68|
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Format: Book with Other Items
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 2nd February 2012
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.7 x 0.64
Weight (kg): 0.27