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  • Educators - Professional Development - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    Principals Alexandria Virginia awalker50 comcast net Stanton Miller Office of the Superintendent Nevada County CA 503 478 6400 ext 206 stan nevco k12 ca us Diane Stirling Cooperating School Districts St Louis MO 314 872 8282 dianes info csd org Dr Lucretia Collins University of Alabama Birmingham AL 205 975 1984 lcollins uab edu Dr Joan Maute Indian Prairie School Dist 204 Naperville IL joan maute ipsd org Debra Fuchs

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/professionaldev_contact.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Distance Learning - Professional Development - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    Learning Assembly Programs Additional Resources Events Calendar Discussion Board Testimonials Distance Learning Coming Soon Home Parents Place Kids Corner Educators Ave About Us Partners Supporters Donate Contact Us Operation Respect 2 Penn Plaza 20th Floor New York New York 10121

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/professionaldev_distance.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Educators - Assembly Programs - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    students and staff in a joint effort to create respectful school climates Dynamic performers use the Don t Laugh at Me song as a centerpiece of their presentations They begin with an interactive dialogue with students around the meaning of the song and incorporate music throughout the program to help build community and create an enjoyable learning experience Please contact Elizabeth Kolodny for more information on how to organize an

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/assembly.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Educators - Assembly Programs - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    find a balance between doing what I love performing writing and singing and being involved in helping others I really want to be involved in a cause that I believe in Christine grew up in Victoria British Columbia and has released two albums through Warner Canada which have met with critical acclaim Youthblog org writes I love this album Musically it s pop with an evocative edge and pulls off

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/assembly_christine_evans.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Jonathan "Baby Jay" Gutierrez - Assembly Programs - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    years old he has experienced much adversity and struggle in his life but through it all he has continued to do well in school and stay focused He is a mature responsible young man who possesses a rare mixture of innocence and experience Baby Jay combines Latin roots music with hip hop and rap to transfer his personal trials into positive messages His incredible talent both as a rapper and lyricist is surpassed only by his presence on stage He loves to dance and entertain the public with a positive message Starlight Runner Entertainment in cooperation with Operation Respect worked with Baby Jay and Hector Chavez to produce a hip hop version of the Don t Laugh at Me song and a new video featuring Baby Jay On Aug 18 2005 Baby Jay made a special guest appearance with Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey at the Verizon Wireless Theater in Houston TX to sing Don t Laugh at Me Baby Jay offers assembly programs focused around the song and the issue of respect His message is extremely well received by both elementary and middle school students Please visit our media center to download the song and video For more

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/assembly_baby_jay.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Steve Seskin - Assembly Programs - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    own songs that address issues that affect the entire school community bullying respect peer pressure diversity and self esteem When students write their own songs they re more apt to live by those words and quietly convince other students to do the same For more information please visit www kidswritesongs org Assembly Programs Steve Seskin has a unique gift he can walk into a room and gain the attention and respect of his audience both young and old The message of the song Don t Laugh at Me being considerate and respectful of one another is the centerpiece of his assembly program It begins with an interactive talk with students about what the song says followed by a musical performance Steve talks about how following the song s message can improve the school environment The other songs included vary depending on the age group and address other issues such as respect compassion diversity and self esteem Steve also includes comic songs to make the program a fun learning experience This program of songs and commentary runs approximately 45 minutes Steve Seskin is also available to perform in the evening at Family Nights which include parents and children These events can

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/assembly_steve_seskin.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Educators - Assembly Programs - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    t Laugh at Me Bethany will ask students to think of what the song means in terms of their own lives andhow it makes them feel Bethany also teaches them the lyrics to the chorus so that they can sing along and connect to the message After singing the song everyone watches a music video Before the video Bethany asks everyone to reflect on the message of the song and lets everyone know that after the video there will be an extended question and answer session in which the microphone will be passed around and the students will be asked about their reactions The resulting guided discussion is often surprisingly candid and open and for many young people it is the first time that they are expressing their views about bullying in a public forum It can be cathartic and intensely personal and emotional but also extremely supportive and constructive Bethany and the students talk about ways to stop bullying and begin supporting one another Sometimes they make a pledge to stand up for each other and stand up to bullying Sometimes a class bully will stand up and pledge not to bully any more Sometimes a child who has been mercilessly picked on will stand up and say how much it hurts and the whole class will applaud and pledge to stand with them against bullying For some schools this assembly is part of an ongoing dialogue For other schools it is a first step dramatically opening up a space for the kids to talk to each other about their feelings and ways of eliminating hurt and ridicule from their school experience but almost always by the end of the assembly the kids have bonded in a rare and special way and are united in their desire to combat

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/assembly_bethany_yarrow.php (2016-02-17)
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  • Educators - Additional Resources - Creating Compassionate, Safe, Respectful Environments - Operation Respect
    Channels Cambridge MA Educators for Social Responsibility 1997 Garrity Carla et al Bullyproofing Your School A Comprehensive Approach for Elementary Schools Longmont CO Sophis West Inc 1994 1995 Hoover John and Oliver Ronald The Bullying Prevention Handbook A Guide for Principals Teachers and Counselors Bloomington IN National Educational Service 1996 Keeping Your Child Safe from Bullies The Violence Prevention Project Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation 800 580 0660 Kreidler William

    Original URL path: http://www.operationrespect.org/educators/additionalres.php (2016-02-17)
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