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Transcript: PRIDE was started in 2003 at HMS, and has been teaching kids about bullying, and its harmful effects for 15 years. This is the sixth year of PRIDE in the High School, and today, we are going to talk to you about cyber-bullying. False. Anything posted on the internet will ALWAYS be there, no matter who tries to delete it. Although you may not be able to see it, it is still there. So be smart before you post. Raise your hand if you use... These are places where people can hide who they are, and feel that they can't be blamed for what they say. This does not mean that people get hurt any less than physical or verbal bullying. Why do you think that people cyberbully? 1) Because they think it’s funny 2) Self-protection or revenge 4) To promote their status 5) Because they want to have control over others 6) They don't want to feel left out/excluded from the popular gossip/trends. Here are some real-life examples on what bullying and upstanding looks like: In order to stay safe, and deal with cyberbullying effectively, here is how you should deal with the situation: DON'T reply to mean or threatening messages DON'T forward texts or messages to anyone; doing that could cause more harm DON'T give out personal information online, because it can easily be read by anyone else DO make sure you tell a trusted adult if you see any bullying is going on Remember, just because someone 'friends' you on any social media site, does not mean they are your actual friends. Real friends don't bully others. So the numbers on your Facebook, or Instagram, or Twitter screen are not actual indications of how cool you are; it doesn't matter! We hope that you realize the effects of bullying, and that you think before you say or post something. Remember, there are no take-backs when it comes to putting stuff on the internet! True. About 55% of people who were bullied, didn't know who bullied them! True. Pictures can harm someone's reputation, or their self esteem. Putting pictures online without consent is rude, and is considered bullying. The police can get involved if necessary. True or False: Sometimes, people don't know who is bullying them online. Instagram and Instagram Live? Does anyone know what an upstander is? P.R.I.D.E True or False: Pictures are also a method of Cyber-bullying True and False. It is easier for the bully, because they are hiding, and feel like they can't get hurt back if they are sitting in front of a screen. How to be an Upstander: 1. If the bully contacts you, do not engage in the fight. 2. Call out the bully by saying, "What are you doing?" or "Stop that!" even if you're not their friend. 3. Support the person being bullied 4. Stop untrue or harmful messages from spreading. 5. Tell a teacher or adult Game Time!!! :) We are now going to play a true or false game! When we ask you a question, think about whether you think it's true or false! False. Over 50% of kids have said something online, that could hurt someone's feelings/self-esteem Musical.ly? Does anyone know the difference between conflict and bullying? Peers Respecting Individual Differences Everyday! True or False: About 10% of kids who have a social networking site, have said something mean or hurtful online Ask.fm Does anyone recall the definition of bullying? Snapchat? What it can take: - courage - assertiveness (stand your ground) - compassion - leadership - action (do not stand by) Let's see how much you learned...Now we are going to do a quick little activity! False. 46% of people were cyberbullied by a "friend" True or False: People don't get bullied by their friends Bullying is unfair and one-sided. It occurs when someone keeps hurting, frightening, or leaving someone out intentionally. However, online bullying can be even more harmful than verbal bullying, because those words, and pictures, can stay on the internet FOREVER! 3) Boredom True or False: Cyber-bullying is easier, and less harmful than verbal or physical bullying. True or False: As long as you delete something from the internet, it is immediately gone, and will never hurt anyone again. Bullying is unfair, and one-sided. It occurs when someone keeps hurting, frightening, or leaving someone out intentionally.

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Transcript: Elementary Education The Inspiration Teaching Opportunities VBS Sunday School Dance Camps Babysitting Why are teachers important? Individualized In-School Tutoring Visual: Learn best when visualizing the content of literature. Writing down names and terms helps them memorization. Understand concepts better when the teachers uses visual aids. They also struggle to focus when surrounded by motion and confusion. Often times visual learners cannot maintain long conversation. When reading, if they do not recognize a word they will look at it or write it out to try and determine if it is correct. Examples: "Picture Walks", whiteboards, writing exercises Auditory: Place greater attention on what they hear rather than what they see. To aid memorization, they will repeat material aloud. When having difficulty solving a problem, auditory learners will talk through it with others and themselves. However, they become anxious to input their own opinion when others are talking. They explain stories in great detail. In a noisy and chaotic environment auditory learners will have trouble concentrating. Examples: Phonics phone, reading aloud Kinesthetic Gain knowledge best through interactive assignments. Struggle to pay attention if they remain motionless for too long. When reading kinesthetic learners will squirm and fidget to try and understand the characters motions. They prefer hands on learning and best understand when they can try and do it themselves. By rearranging and re-positioning their bodies, kinesthetic learners find it easier to solve problems. They try to feel the flow of their writing by applying increased pressure to their writing utensil. Examples: Crafts, Dances and Movements. The Process I worked with 4 different students one-on-one for my project. In the classroom: I shadowed Mrs. Huffstetler and helped teach the class Spent 25+ hours The Product DIBELS Testing Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills Progress Monitoring Tests Nonsense Word Fluency Oral Reading Fluency Scores 1st and 2nd Semester Graph Results Final Reflections Bibliography Alessio, Faith. "About using Music to Teach English." ConnectEd. Walden University, 21 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://connected.waldenu.edu/curriculum-resources/teaching-methods/item/831-about-using-music-to-teach-english>. Beatrice, Jonelle A. "Learning Styles Inventory." Union University, 21 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.uu.edu/programs/tesl/ElementarySchool/learningstylesinventory.htm>. Cook, Cathy. "Critical Issue: Providing Hands-On, Minds-On and Authentic Learning Experiences in Mathematics." North Central Regional Educational Laboratory. North Central Educational Laboratory, 1995. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/math/ma300.htm >. "Education Needed to Become and Elementary Teacher." ConnectEd. Walden University, 02-21-2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://connected.waldenu.edu/career-development/becoming-a-teacher/item/837-education-needed-to-become-elementary-teacher>. Kalsi, Anoop. "Math Education of Elementary Teachers: A Challenging Issue." University of Maryland, n.d. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www-users.math.umd.edu/~dac/650/kalsipaper.html>. Kendall, Diana. Socialogy in Our Times. 7th. 1. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth, 2008. 539. eBook. Kirk, Karin. "Student Motivations and Attitudes: The Role of the Affective Domain in Geoscience Learning." SERC. On the Cutting Edge-Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty, 16 Feb. 2011. Web. 21 Feb. 2011. <http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/affective/motivation.html>. Lewit, Eugene, and Linda Baker. "Child Indicators: Class Size." Preinceton.edu. The Future of Children, 1997. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.princeton.edu/futureofchildren/publications/docs/07_03_Indicators.pdf>. Perie, Marianne, and David P. Baker. Time Spent Teaching Core Acedemic Subjects in Elementary Schools. Washington, DC: Nationl Center for Education Statistics, 1997. 1. eBook. Sims, Ronald R. The Importance of Learning Styles: Understanding the Implications for Learning, Course Design and Education. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995. 2. eBook. United States. Occupational Employment and Wages. , 2009. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes252041.htm>. United States. Occupational Outlook Handbook: Counselors. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos067.htm>. United States. Occupational Outlook Handbook: Education Administrators. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos007.htm#training>. United States. Occupation Outlook Handbook: Teacher-Special Education. , 2011. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos070.htm#training>. United States. Public Elementary and Secondary School Student Enrollment and Staff Count From the Common Core of Data: School Year 2008-09. Nationl Center for Education Statistics, 2010. Web. 21 Feb 2011. <http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/snf200708/tables/table_04.asp>. Wolfe, Michael. "Effective Teaching

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Transcript: PUBLIC SERVICE Citizen Surveys It takes as many as 12 positive experiences to make up for one negative experience. Internal Operations Customer Interviews Interaction and Engagement STARTED How do all the pieces fit together? Problem Solving Anecdotal Research Pride Values in practice Our Organizational Culture Internal Operations Policy & Strategy City's annual Performance Report Analytical Research GETTING City Manager Video Focus on the situation or issue RESPECT Be constructive Step Up, Step Back ELMO Silence your electronics Have some fun! The Customer Experience John calls RBJ to schedule an appointment Touchpoint How does your work group effect the customers experience? Organizational Structure Relinked to care if needed Success every day Problem Solving Each part working together Gaps between processes Gaps between departments Gaps between policies Client Interface Surveillance reports case Personal Observation Success! Pride Values How Important is Great Service? ____% of customers whos problems are fully resolved to their full satisfaction can become more loyal to a company even after a problem. Communication Dept. Video Intro Case Studies The Customer Journey GROUND RULES Service Architecture Model Policy & Strategy Service Architecture The Customer Experience How do we fit in the big picture? Any encounter where customers and business engage to exchange information, provide service, or handle transactions Legislation & Regulation GIS creates Maps Organizational Structure Within our divisions, across departments, and with customers. Poor service costs the U.S. economy over _____________ annually! The Client Interface The 7 Service Standards Stop! Collaborate. Listen. Our role in the city 311 Calls Client Focused & Client Centered Cooperation and Collaboration Service Driven Department Analytics Talk to management and supervisors. Keep the ideas flowing. The Seven Service Standards All future labs monitored Citizen Surveys 96% of customers whos problems are fully resolved to their full satisfaction can become more loyal to a company even after a problem. Poor service costs the U.S. economy over $100 BILLION annually! Front Line Interviews Admin supports all of us! We can make Austin the best managed city in the country! Epidemiology creates reports It takes as many as ______ positive experiences to make up for one negative experience. Waiting for his results Blood is drawn Lab runs HIV test Blood sent to State Lab for confirmatory Test recorded in chart Labs entered into Medrec Chart is filed Chart sent to storage Seen by a nurse Positive result delivered Interviewed by DIS Partners and Contacts tested Refered to Social Work Enrolled in Medical Care

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