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Enjoying Video Games as Meaningful and Fun Experiences

Enjoying Video Games as Meaningful and Fun Experiences Video games are thought of as mostly fun virtual experiences. Can playing video games be a meaningful experience too? What’s the difference between fun and meaningful gaming? We can all agree that video games are fun. It’s fun to beat your opponent in a game of Mario

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Online Safety

Online Games that Teach Kids about Online Safety

Online Games that Teach Kids about Online Safety Is your kid struggling to understand cyberbullying and online safety? These fun, free online games can help your child better understand what cyberbullying is- and what to do if they think they are a victim. My middle daughter, my most avid gamer and kid who is most

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Online Safety

How Adults Can Help Children Remain Safe Online

How Can Adults Help Children Remain Safe Online? While children are online and parents are feeling anxious about it, the question remains: how can adults help children remain safe online? Part of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic was the shift for children and learners everywhere from in-person classrooms to digital classes. Around one

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Current Events

New Year, New Rules.

  Kids everywhere area headed back to school for another exciting year of learning and growth. Here are some tips to help you manage screen time so kids can focus on school. Backpacks are packed, lunches are made and, to the simultaneous elation and sadness of parents everywhere, school is back in session. The kids

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Conflict Resolution

PBIS Tier 3: The final layer of PBIS

In our previous posts we introduced PBIS and the first two tiers of the PBIS support structure. The first tier, or the Universal Interventions, are global interventions. All students, school-wide, will be affected by Tier 1 interventions. Previously, we used the example of traffic violations to demonstrate Universal Interventions. In that example, the tier 1

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PBIS

PBIS Tier 2: The next level of support

At the second level of our Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support, we take aim at the first group of students not supported by our Universal Interventions. Although posted speed limit signs are enough for most drivers, think of Tier 2 interventions as the occasional speed-trap. Speeding tickets, a consequence in and of themselves, are actually

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