The Promise of Justice
Encouragement, Empowerment, and Excellence in Every Classroom (DVD)$450.00Add to cartView Cart
This DVD includes: All of the Self-Control strategies you have learned, which will help you “remain calm and respond right” every time. All of the seminar philosophy and strategies, which will help set you and your children up for peak performance. All of the rapport building philosophy and strategies which will help you establish connections with all children, even children who challenge, and which always pay big dividends to the classroom teacher. Also, classroom arrangement ideas! All of the seminar philosophy and strategies which will guarantee that you “stay out of the tornado” and never again find yourself giving multiple warnings and repeated requests. “All of the critically important “what if’s” asked by teachers from around America, and answered by a master educator.
Safety and Security Habits for Educators (book)$49.00Add to cartView Cart
Learn how to use strategies and habits described within this valuable volume to increase your safety and security readiness as well as to greatly improve your survival chances during critical incidents that could occur at your school or on your own personal time in your home or in public places.
Author, Eric Combs, examines the human psyche under stress, history and types of threats against schools, and strategies and habits to employ while creating a safer school campus WITHOUT creating a fearful place that looks more like a prison that a place of learning.
Eric identifies common threats to your own personal physical security as well as threats to you emanating from the digital world, and he offers you strategies and habits to reduce the possibility of you becoming a victim in either of these arenas.
A Kid’s Guide to Overcoming Domestic Abuse$23.00Add to cartView Cart
"What is going on? Why does this keep happening?" Kids who have lived with domestic abuse need answers to their questions. Children and teens have typically been given very little, if any information to help answer these questions, and often believe that they are at fault for the conflict and fighting between the adults in their home. Along with the burden of self-blame, they believe they must keep the secret of what really goes on at home as a way of protecting everyone involved. Knowledge empowers and counters the helplessness kids often feel who are exposed to abuse in the home. The interactive format of A Kid’s Guide to Understanding Domestic Abuse will encourage kids to reflect on the information as it applies to their individual circumstances. It also leads them to the realization that they can take control of their own lives and determine how they want to live, thus giving hope that they can break the generational cycle of domestic violence.