Don’t miss out on the educational value of talking about LOVE with middle schoolers! All manner of (1) critical thinking, (2) content knowledge and (3) socio-emotional skill building opportunities rolled into a topic that students are truly interested in. For middle school teachers, what’s not to like?? I recently visited a 7th grade classroom where […]
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This is the third year in a row that Jennifer Bryan and Deborah Roffman (author of Talk to Me First) are facilitating “Sex, Gender and Sexuality: Educating Students, Supporting Families, and Creating Safer School Communities,” a popular 3-day residential conference for NYSAIS on January 13-16, 2016.
Jennifer presented a workshop titled “Gender and Sexuality Diversity in preK-12: Exploring Frameworks, Values & Practice” for ADVIS at The Conference Center at Penn State Great Valley in Malvern, PA on January 11, 2016.
Jennifer will be a featured speaker at the Brookwood School’s 4 to 14 Speaker Series: Parenting Elementary School Kids on February 10, 2016. Tickets are $10 and are on sale now.
Jennifer Bryan and Jonathan Wilson will be working with the Association of Independent Schools of the Greater Washington Area on Tuesday, November 10th. Seminar is hosted by Georgetown Day School.
El Dragón Diferente, the Spanish translation of Jennifer Bryan’s book The Different Dragon, has been in the news.
What an honor to create an EdCast with Rick Weissbourd of the Making Caring Common project at Harvard Graduate School of Education. See his article with Rebecca Rolland, Learning About Love: How schools can better prepare students for romantic relationships. If you are involved in a high school or college, you might also consider participating […]
Shady Hill School teaches kids about all kinds of families by asking 4 and 5 year olds to create doll families that are different from their own.
This is it! Your chance to proactively lasso a commercial holiday and turn it into compelling classroom fodder. If Halloween left you numb and dismayed, let Valentine’s Day be a pedagogically corrective experience, for you and your students.
As the national conversation about sexual assault on college campuses continues to expand, we must turn our attention to the PreK-12 schools where college students have just spent their formative years. No one wants to imagine that schoolyard bullying could be a precursor to sexual violence. Yet Dorothy Espelage’s recently published study in the Journal of […]