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Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2019
Frustrated by the declining mental health of his students, a high school teacher goes in search of best practices. Here are 5 strategies that can make a difference.…Continue
Started by Ryan Goble Mar 26, 2019.
Cross posted here as this seems like wonderful advisory content...Sadly, this controversial film has been given an "R" rating, making it harder for the message to connect with its demographic. Here…Continue
Started by Ryan Goble Apr 2, 2012.
I'm trying to embed the video this time. I don't know how to delete a discussion I entered wrong. Can I get some help there, Ryan? Watch more…Continue
Started by Shirley Durr Aug 11, 2011.
I'm joining a school in Brooklyn that has advisory. I haven't taught advisory in several years, & I'm hoping to get some feedback on ideas. Looking forward to the discussion.Continue
Started by J K Van Nort. Last reply by Jennifer Trannon Jul 14, 2010.
I am no longer teaching in the classroom. I am worried about the potential loss of art and art history. I went back to school when I was 70 to learn web design so that I could start a course in art history. ahaafoundation.org is the website with Meet Katherine.
Would anyone like to talk with me about the project and/or getting their students involved? Katherine Bolman is my Skype name.
It's possible this free online video (Bring Your Game) appears elsewhere on MCP. I've used it in my high school advisory. Every single one of my male students (at an alternative high school) were immediately and continually engaged. Most of my female students were, too. Hope it's of use to others, too.
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