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    Elementary School

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    Middle School

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    High School

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  • Big Changes, Big Choices: RESPECTING OTHERS

    From: BIG CHANGES, BIG CHOICES Video Series

    -For grades 5-9
    -Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -Featuring Michael Pritchard
    -Free online video streaming included!

    This program emphasizes that everyone is entitled to respect regardless of appearance, race, national origin, disability, social status, etc. It attempts to sensitize kids to the feelings of others, and develop in them a value for treating people respectfully.

    $69.95
  • Common Psychological Disorders of Adolescence

    -For Grades 7 & Up
    -DVD + Printable Teaching Guide

    This reassuring video focuses on several real teens who are struggling with some of the most common psychological problems that occur in adolescence: anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and substance abuse disorder.

    $139.95
  • Groark Learns About PREJUDICE (dvd)

    From: GETTING ALONG WITH GROARK – Video Series

    -For grades K-3
    -Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -In both Spanish and English
    -With the Popcorn Park Puppets
    -Free online video streaming included!

    Groark and his friends are planning a party. Burna convinces the others not to invite the new kid in school because he is “different.” But when Groark learns that Burna doesn’t even know the new kid, he turns to a group of real elementary school children for a lesson in prejudice. They discuss how people sometimes treat others unfairly because of size, age, gender, race, ethnicity and national origin, and why it’s important not to pre-judge people. Groark takes this lesson in prejudice back to his friends and they decide to invite the new kid.

    $69.95
  • Handling Bullies When You’re LGBTQ

    -For Grades 7 & Up
    -DVD + Printable Teaching Guide
    -Released in 2019

    Did you know that young people who identify as LGBTQ are at an increased risk for bullying? Young people who do not adhere to gender norms or typical heteronormative behavior are much more likely to be…

    $149.95
  • PeaceTalks: Bridging Racial Divisions

    From: PEACETALKS – Video Series

    -For grades 6-12
    -Featuring Michael Pritchard
    -Includes Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -Free online video streaming included!

    An exploration of how racial divisions affect everyone. Triggers to violence, such as racial slurs are examined. Young people discuss how to build communications across racial and ethnic lines with self, family and community pride being a foundation of respect for others, cultural inclusion, and non-violence.

    $69.95 $59.95
  • TEENS 101: ASPERGER’S – SHAWN’S STORY

    From: TEENS 101 – Video Series

    -For grades 8-12
    Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -Free online video streaming included!

    -Released in 2017

    From as early as he can remember, Shawn had lived with extreme anxiety. As the years went by, he couldn’t connect with other students. He was bullied and could never understand why. A darkness of alienation grew within him and his parents sought help. After years of searching, finally a doctor pinpointed Shawn’s mental health issue. He had Asperger’s. Armed with this knowledge and treatment, Shawn found his way back in the world and learned how to control his disorder. He now helps younger kids who struggle with this mental health disorder.

    $79.95
  • TEENS 101: DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY – ELEANOR’S STORY

    From: TEENS 101 – Video Series

    -For grades 8-12
    Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -Free online video streaming included!

    -Released in 2017

    Eleanor had a hard time fitting in. She was severely bullied through elementary school. High school wasn’t any different, but this time it was a lot worse as she became very depressed and developed paralyzing anxiety to the point where she couldn’t breathe. It was physical pain for her. She wouldn’t be able to enter a room full of people nor could she be touched. Life was unbearable. It took time, support and focus, but with therapy and medication, Eleanor blossomed into a happy young woman that now studies psychology in University and works in an institution assisting troubled youth.

    $79.95
  • TEENS 101: WHO AM I? (assimilation) – EILEEN’S STORY

    From: TEENS 101 – Video Series

    -For grades 8-12
    Video with Printable Teacher’s Guide
    -Free online video streaming included!

    -Released in 2017

    Eileen’s family emigrated from China to North America to create a new life for their children. The Chinese family culture and dynamics were important in the household. Eileen found it difficult to fit in with her peers and she was heavily relied upon at home for chores. She was also pushed hard to excel at school and placed in a school for advanced education. Unfortunately, at a young age, she was sexually molested and kept it a dark secret. Her self-identity would develop into a critically low level of self-esteem and alienation from any social life. High school was a nightmare. She found a message of hope from an unusual source and decided that prior to entering University she’d transform her life with an ultimate spiritual and physical makeover.

    $79.95
  • You Can Choose: BEING FRIENDS (dvd)

    From: YOU CAN CHOOSE! Video Series

    -For Grades K-5
    -Featuring Michael Pritchard
    -Free online video streaming included!

    Being best friends isn’t always easy. Rhonda, Missie, and Fiona learn about the complex nature of friendship. When Missie is not invited to the “in” party, the three girls sort out some important issues about friendship and deal with what it means to be left out.

    $59.95
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