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Author – Dede Rittman

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Dede is a 37 year veteran English/ Theater teacher from Pittsburgh, PA, teaching 35 years in the North Allegheny School District, where she also was Varsity Head Boys’ Golf Coach for 33 years, directed the spring musical and talent shows, worked with student council, and contributed to many district initiatives. Dede served on the board of the North Allegheny Foundation, WPIAL Golf Committee, the Women’s Golf Association of Western PA, the West Penn Golf Association, and many other groups.  She was a PA TOY semi-finalist in 2011, the year she had to retire when her husband, Scott, was dying from stage four colon cancer. Dede’s award-winning book STUDENT TEACHING: THE INSIDE SCOOP FROM A MASTER TEACHER was published in September, 2014. The book is required reading in several universities, and Dede enjoys speaking engagements around the country, focusing on education, best practices, teacher burnout, and motivation.  Dede’s new children’s’ book GRADY GETS GLASSES is for kids 2-8.  Written in verse with beautiful illustrations by Lauren Givens Wood, Grady is a rabbit who explains both near and farsighted, as well as wearing and care of glasses.

Grady Gets Glasses FREE
Grades: K-2ndLength: 30 MinCategories: Anti Bullying, LiteracyTimes: October 26, 2017 10:10 am ESTOctober 26, 2017 1:10 pm EST

Grady is a rabbit – with glasses! Grady explains how his glasses help him to see the whole world better, and that people (and rabbits) who wear glasses might look a little different, but they are special. Grady makes everyone understand that wearing glasses/ knowing someone who wears glasses/seeing better is GOOD, and that glasses are not a reason to bully! Grady thinks glasses are COOL! (grades K, 1, 2)

Oct 26, 2017 at 10:10 am EST
Oct 26, 2017 at 1:10 pm EST

Byrnes Health Education Center

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Byrnes Health Education Center
515 South George Street
York, PA 17401
717.848.3064 x 226

The Byrnes Health Education Center is a 501(C)3 that delivers dynamic, engaging health programming right to your classroom! We offer a variety of programs for grades K-12, each meeting national education standards. Programs are led by one of our dynamic educators, keeping your students engaged and “edu-trained!”  Each program is taught from one of our Center’s five teaching theaters – this allows for use of our attention-grabbing exhibits and props for additional visuals. Give your students a health education experience they will not only learn from, but will also enjoy!

True Colors: You Make a Difference
Grades: 3rd-7thLength: 45 MinCategories: Anti Bullying, HealthTimes: October 12, 2017 10:10 am ESTOctober 12, 2017 1:10 pm EST

This dynamic program explores the differences between basic personality traits represented as colors (gold, green, blue, and orange). The importance of respecting people different from oneself and learning to work together are discussed. Our health educator will help participants understand key concepts such as emotions, communication, and bullying prevention. A pre-packet and post-packet is available for classes. 

Oct 12, 2017 at 10:10 am EST
Oct 12, 2017 at 1:10 pm EST

Jill Brown – Generation Text:Online

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Jill Brown
jill.brown@GenerationTextOnline.com

Jill is the founder of Generation Text Online, a company whose mission is to teach programs that stop bullying and cyberbullying, teach 21st century character education, and create and maintain positive school climate. The architecture of the program is to work with each individual in a school district; superintendents, school administrators, teachers, guidance counselors and students. Age specific programs for K – 12 and faculty programs empower each individual, teaching them tools to change the climate in their school.

Bullying in a 21st Century Learning Environment
Grades: 3rd-5thLength: 45 MinCategories: Anti Bullying, Social EmotionalTime: October 10, 2017 10:10 am EST

Generation Text will provide your students with an interactive program that addresses bullying in a 21st Century learning environment. In order to stomp out bullying today’s students have to learn a new way of thinking about how to solve problems and self advocate. This program will provide a session to guide students in learning empathy, compassion acceptance and tolerance.  We will teach students 8 questions to ask themselves in order to understand how to handle bullying and cyberbullying situations. This program includes a pre and post activity.

Oct 10, 2017 at 10:10 am EST
Bullying in a 21st Century Learning Environment
Grades: 5-8thLength: 45 MinCategory: Anti BullyingTime: October 10, 2017 1:10 pm EST

Generation Text will provide your students with an interactive program that addresses bullying in a 21st Century learning environment. In order to stomp out bullying today’s students have to learn a new way of thinking about how to solve problems and self advocate. This program will provide a session to guide students in learning empathy, compassion acceptance and tolerance.  We will teach students 8 questions to ask themselves in order to understand how to handle bullying and cyberbullying situations. This program includes a pre and post activity.

Oct 10, 2017 at 1:10 pm EST

McMillen Health

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600 Jim Kelley Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
Email: schedule@mcmillencenter.org
Phone: 260-456-4511

The mission of the McMillen Center for Health Education is to provide vital, effective preventive health education that promotes physical, emotional, and social well-being.

Founded in 1981, the McMillen Center for Health Education is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and one of fewer than 30 such health education organizations nationwide. The Center is recognized as the number one resource for health education in the Northern Indiana region – reaching nearly 40,000 youth a year. Our five professional educators all hold a four-year degree in either education or a health-related field. To date, the Center has provided fact-based health information and education to over 1.5 million children and teens.

The McMillen Center for Health Education can provide you with live interactive educational programs! Hands on activities, experienced educators, real time communication, and standards-based learning are all a part of our award winning, distance-learning programs. Our educators teach students, Kindergarten through grade 12, and offer professional development for adults.

Click the link below to see a short video of our program:
McMillen Distance Learning Program

Bullying – Grab the Power
Grades: 2nd-5thLength: 30 MinCategories: Anti Bullying, HealthTime: October 13, 2017 10:10 am EST

McMillen Health will connect with your elementary students in ‘Bullying-Grab the Power”.Through illustration we will show how bullying affects the target, bully and the bystanders in the situation. We will empower students to take a stand and grab the power while not arguing with the bully and also why reporting bullying to a trusted adults as an important part of dealing with bullying.

Oct 13, 2017 at 10:10 am EST
Bullying – Grab the Power
Grades: 6-9thLength: 30 MinCategories: Anti Bullying, HealthTime: October 13, 2017 1:10 pm EST

McMillen Health will connect with your students in bullying. Illustrations of how bullying affects the target, bully and the bystanders in the situation will empower students to take a stand and grab the power while not arguing with the bully. Reporting bullying to a trusted adults as an important part of dealing with bullying will be promoted.

Oct 13, 2017 at 1:10 pm EST

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