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The Challenge of Viral Challenges

Listening to the other person’s perspective is a key ingredient in the Collaborative Problem Solving approach and in today’s digital era, listening to your child can help adults better understand some of the confusing, social pressures kids face online. With the rise of social media where web-based challenges can go viral and reach millions in an instant,

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The Blame Game

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Certified Trainer, Lauren Odum Tucker, Student Services Coordinator at United Methodist Family Services in Richmond VA shared the link to this story with us recently, Below are her thoughts on it: http://www.styleweekly.com/richmond/teachers-blast-unruly-students-at-new-school/Content?oid=2075998 I’ve been stewing over the story on the other end of the link above and how I want to respond (other than just

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