I’m a mentor for a kids program where I’m working with middle and high school students. My mentees and I are talking about peer pressure and bullying. I thought it would be a great topic because it’s an important conversation for their age group and it offers some great discussions and activities.
Our latest activity was to work with a person you’ve never met before and do some research on the topic together! One group found your page (This one: http://smarthandbooks.com.au/links-9) while doing some research and our whole group found the information on your page helpful to our bullying discussion. Thanks!
That group (Addie and Danny) also came across another helpful article about this article aimed towards teenagers about bullying: https://online.regiscollege.edu/bachelor-of-social-work/a-teens-guide-to-peer-pressure/
I was wondering if you would mind including it on your page? Addie and Danny are two of our younger kids in the group and they are both very quiet. I’d love to show them that they are great researchers and great digital citizens, I know that it would definitely make them feel a bit more confident.
Have a great day,
I received a few of your books sent to our school a while ago and they look great to go along with our Cross Roads program
English and Drama Teacher
Relieving Year 11 Advisor
Blacktown Boys’ High School
We think they’re a great resource for students
Bunbury Senior High School
As a Distance Education school we only see students a handful of occasions throughout the year which makes it difficult to distribute. I personally think it is a great resource and thought an electronic version of the handbook would make it more accessible to our students. Those that would like a hard copy can then request for one to be forwarded to them by mail.
The Principals has given the go ahead to upload the handbook link to our website and FB page.