Just a few comments from teachers about yesterday!
• This was a superb presentation. I think the kids really got a lot out of it. I would love for him to come back every year. Our kids really, really need this.
• My students REALLY enjoyed the presentation!
• Thumbs Up! Great! Fantastic! Incredible!
• I thought it was a good presentation and it kept the students involved. I like that he focused on the words he was using, almost like a vocabulary lesson. He had just enough magic in his presentation to get them interested without that being the focus of each talk. Over all a great job!
• I think it was effective...it was on the student's level and something they could relate to...I know it hit home with some of mine...gave them something to think about :)
• Loved it....the kids seemed to love it as well.
• LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT! ?
• Great call on having them come!
• I thought he did a great presentation. I would like to have it at the beginning and middle of the school year to remind students of their responsibilities.
• Loved it!
• I enjoyed the presentation and I think the kids really did too. They were talking about it for a while...especially the magic parts! I hope a little actually sank in and they learned something! I think I'm going to do a writing follow-up activity this afternoon.
• You know how I feel. But if you need it in writing, loved it!
• I thought it was great. Great control of K - 2
• I thought it was a great way to get the students involved and bring to attention how to treat and react if a bully is bothering them.
• It was a very motivational program.
• I thought it was excellent!
• Loved the message.
• I enjoyed it. He gave great examples and definitions for the younger students. He put it on a level they would understand.
• I thought it was GREAT!
Jim Jordan is recognized as North America’s top speaker when it comes to bullying in schools. Jim is an author, Bullying Expert and
is certified by the Dept of Health and Human Services & the Mental Health Academy. Jim is also certified in Crises intervention.
has been voted best entertainer in the GTA- this gives him the edge when it comes to keeping the students attention.
to all grades and as the grade level moves up, so does the content. While we educate the students about bullying our
main focus is on the role of the bystanders.
We also offer a full extensive follow up so you can keep the message going strong throughout
the school year.
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Bullying is different in high school compared to elementary school. Statistics show that 90% of students who bully in high school are just average kids. What allows them to bully is that they're socially popular that is why we focus on these aspect of bullying such as gossiping, exclusion, taunting and cyber bullying.
Our anti bullying assembly is interactive, educational and proactive.
Bullying in intermediate school can range from punching, shoving, exclusion and some forms of cyber bullying.
Our focus in this assembly is to educate your students that bullying is a repeated action not a one shot deal.
Our main concept is on the role of the bystanders to speak up and report bullying.
This assembly is extremely interactive, educational and proactive.
Our primary assembly is upbeat, fun and educational.
We demonstrate how to care for each other.
When it comes to bullying we focus on two areas. First explaining that mean kids do it once and bullies do it over and over again.
Secondly we role play on how to speak up to a bully when they are mean over and over again to our friend. That is why we call this anti bullying assembly “Friends Helping Friends”.