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1/26/2016

PBIS Building Capacity: new train the trainer sessions available

Ohio’s Positive Behavior Intervention and Support Network offers five new regional training opportunities in June and September to train trainers to support implementation in school districts across Ohio

 


11/23/2015

Request for feedback for 2015-2016 waiver request on Title III annual measurable objectives

The Ohio Department of Education requests feedback regarding its plan to request a waiver of consequences for districts and community schools that did not meet annual measureable objectives (AMOs) in mathematics and English language arts for the 2014-2015 school year.


7/28/2014

Know! Body Image Matters

Summer is a bare-it-all season of sleeveless tops, shorts and bathing suits, so what better time than now to talk with youth about their body image.

Body Image is the way individuals think and feel about their own body, as well as how they perceive others to think and feel about their appearance. Heavily influenced by family, friends and media, one’s body image can be positive or negative.


6/24/2014

Know! What Kids Need to Succeed

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a checklist that teachers could use to determine and impact our students’ likelihood for success in school and in life? After surveying more than 4 million children from varying backgrounds and circumstances, researchers from the Search Institute have found that there is in fact a checklist of sorts, to predict success. It is called the 40 Developmental Assets ™ and it has become the most widely used approach to positive youth development in the U.S.


5/27/2014

Know! To Help Them Stay Connected

Students of all ages will be celebrating the close of the school year and the kickoff to summer. But as the novelty of summer break wears off, many youth may find themselves feeling isolated and alone, having lost the daily interactions and social connections that school provides. Such feelings can lead to unhealthy coping behaviors (including substance abuse) and increased adolescence risk for developing depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.


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