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Setting Students up for Success

As the year progresses, there are many behaviors that we can highlight to help our students create healthy habits. Setting realistic, attainable goals a great way to keep kids on track and to redirect children who have strayed from the ideal path. Ask your students, “How can you lead a...

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Conversation-starter with Jaime Alvis, school counselor

When I started my time at Responsibility.org, I was working in the traffic safety department and was torn as to how I wanted to continue my career. All I knew was that I wanted to follow the motto: Do what you love, love what you do. From a young age, all...

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We’re Now on Google Drive

We have exciting news! All of Ask, Listen, Learn’s resources from our newest series, “Alcohol and the Developing Brain” are now available to integrate into your Google Classroom. The digital nature of our programming allows us the opportunity to aggregate our resources and create user-friendly experiences for our community. We’re...

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Classroom Champions CEO Steve Mesler Talks about his Education Community

What is a partner? To me, it’s the winning combination of mutual care and a shared goal that brought my team and I Olympic gold in bobsledding. It’s our team of experts helping to lift Classroom Champions to new heights. It’s the collection of teachers, administrators, athlete mentors, families –...

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New Year’s Resolutions from Ask, Listen, Learn!

For many, the start of a new year offers an opportunity to reflect, evaluate, and start fresh. The same goes for our Ask, Listen, Learn characters! Our brain parts have all made resolutions to work towards healthier and happier versions of themselves. Learn a bit about each character’s function and...

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My Life Suckers on New Year’s Resolutions

Oh, the New Year’s resolution. It starts as an innocent idea. One that manifests itself out of the “would’ve, could’ve, and should’ves” of the year that passed. It’s an idea that in theory should make you into a better mom, husband, parent, teacher, wife, friend, sister, brother (you get the idea). But then...

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Parents are the leading influence, but teachers have a front row seat

Parents are the biggest influence on whether pre-teens and teens decide to drink alcohol but teachers are important allies. Parents can make the most of this by asking teachers to give them a head’s up if they notice anything. Teachers have front row seats for the drama that is adolescence....

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