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Kids talk about becoming allies, taking a stand for other kids, and watching others to be sure they're ok. It can be a challenge to fit in. Adults can be powerful allies in the school. Mentions the power of having adult allies in the school.
I figured out that people picking on me was really not about me. I learned this even after some pretty severe aggressive behavior and feeling that teachers didn’t really care. I can’t control other people’s behavior but I can take an active role in helping others.
A group of children watch their own LiveKind™ videos. Video Mirroring™ comes alive as they react, non-verbally, to themselves. A full range of emotions is transferred, very visibly, and can be used to work on bystander and group behavior.
Watching for the right signals, the way people act, expressions on faces, give you real clues about knowing someone. Other clues include: tone of voice, facial expressions, looking sad, yelling for no reason. What makes a person beautiful is what’s inside.