Monthly Archives: November 2010

Can reaching to the Roots of Empathy help end bullying?

This program is rooted in Canada and has the imprimatur of the likes of the Dalai Lama himself. Continue reading

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The roadmap to preventing bullying

The Examiner’s National Autism and Education writer, L. Mae Wilkinson, has posted a clear outline of the three-point plan to address bullying in schools. Recommended reading.

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Girls’ soccer team members suspended for hazing; adults brush off incident

A parent of a girl who was a target of the hazing defended the older girls’ behavior… Continue reading

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Talking about autism and bullying

Today, I’ll be hosting one of the 24 hours of the Communicate to Educate event, uber-hosted by The Coffee Klatch. My topic is bullying and special needs, especially as it relates to autism. Hope you can make the chat. Communicate … Continue reading

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