**nats** susan splittgerber, 8th grade middle school 46:35 i 3 very much value days like this. it gives us a chance to work with our colleagues, and an environment we e not so busy running from one place to another in between classes trying to fit in a meeting here and there, 46:46chapin middle school susan splittgerber has been an educator for more than 27 days and took part in district five first ever teacher led professional development day. *nats of speaking**more than 1300 educators learned from other educators. susan splittgerber, 8th grade history teacher at chapin middle school 45:59 from my experience in education, i think that is the most
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susan bartell says children are often still developing impulse control...and their parents need to get involved. if your child is the bully even if they are doing it for childhood reasons that later in life will be meaningless-could have a police record. so what if your child is the cyberbully? one recent study found more than 80 percent of young people think it's easier to get away with bullying online than bullying in person like at school. michelle joel: i wanted to create this filter system, that would monitor so parents could feel a little relief knowing and trusting that their kid could
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