Education, Social Work/Helping Profession/Mental Health, Youth

Shared via Penny Knapp – When a Child Dies by Suicide – Richmond Family Magazine — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library

This is an important article that should be shared with all parents, teachers, and individuals who work with youth...   Source: When a Child Dies by Suicide – Richmond Family Magazine via Shared via Penny Knapp – When a Child Dies by Suicide – Richmond Family Magazine — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library

Social Work/Helping Profession/Mental Health, Youth

Bullying and Mental Health

Teen bullying: why does it sometimes feel as if nothing is being done? Why are there so many teens being teased by their peers? Have things changed so much since I was in high school that the youth of today is under so much more stress, anxiety, and emotional pain? The youth of today is… Continue reading Bullying and Mental Health

Education, Youth

Amazing Teacher: Amazing Students

Two amazing books that are a must read both for parents and teachers, and really anyone who works with children are Rafe Esquith’s, Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire and Lighting Their Fires. This is the teacher you want for your kids. This is the teacher you want mentoring/teaching the youth of the future. This is… Continue reading Amazing Teacher: Amazing Students

Education, Youth

Education to Become a Priority

Education to become a priority in DR Congo and Ethiopia in conflict zones. An article worth reading: http://www.trust.org/item/20130712104100-3uxah/. A quote from the article states, "Many Congolese children are still without access to education. In an emergency setting like the Eastern part of DRC, getting kids into school is not prioritized by many donors. This leaves children… Continue reading Education to Become a Priority