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Bugs in My Hair!

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Is something bugging you? Bestselling, award winner David Shannon shows the funny side of waging war against - oh no! - head lice. This story is guaranteed to make you laugh - and itch!

Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Length: 
00:08

Facing Fear (2013)

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In this Academy Award-nominated short documentary, worlds collide when a former neo-Nazi skinhead and the gay victim of his hate crime attack meet by chance 25 years after the incident that dramatically shaped both of their lives. Together, they embark on a journey of forgiveness that challenges both to grapple with their beliefs and fears, eventually leading to an improbable collaboration...

Grade Level: 
High
Professional
Length: 
00:23

School Violence: You Can Prevent It (2016)

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According to a recent report from the National Center for Educational Statistics violence, including student violence against teachers, is on the rise in America’s schools. Statistics show that nearly 7% of high schoolers stayed home because they felt unsafe at or on their way to school.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Professional
Length: 
00:18

Caffeine: How Much is Too Much? (2016)

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Many teens readily consume caffeinated drinks: coffee, tea, colas, energy boosters, caffeinated sports drinks, and more. Many teens also use powdered caffeine or energy shots to boost energy for all-nighters, performances, competitions, or exams. But most teens do not know that caffeine is a neuro-stimulant that can cause overdose poisoning or even death.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:22

Say No to Negative Peer Pressure (2015)

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This video and print program teaches young students when and how to say, "No!" Viewers follow age-appropriate narrative scenarios as the protagonists decide what to do and how to resolve their problems by saying no and following through with protective responses. These true-to-life scenarios pertain to peer pressure, sibling trouble, and bullying.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:29

The Mind/Body Connection: How Your Emotions Affect Your Health (2016)

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In this program students learn how their emotional health affects their physical health and vice-versa. The program describes how many physical ailments have a mental component and are precipitated by factors such as stress, anxiety, and depression.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:20

How to End Unhealthy Relationships (2016)

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This program offers teens insight on how to honestly assess the health of relationships, particularly romantic relationships and intense friendships, and then presents concrete steps to help viewers end unhealthy relationships.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:16

How They Did It: Pathways to Amazing Jobs (2016)

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Viewers meet four young, enthusiastic professionals who talk about their careers and the choices they made leading to their current jobs. Students hear from Chrissy Rutherford, a fashion editor for Harper's Bazaar digital magazine; Gene Back, a musician and composer; Ted Shuey, a bod trader; and Dr. Sasha Gaglani, a pediatrician.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:17

School Rules: Being a Good Citizen at School (2012)

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What does it take to be a good school citizen? How can students become better citizens at school? Engaging, age-appropriate program hosts help students understand five pillars of good school citizenship:

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:14

Frenemies: Unhealthy Friendships and What to do About Them (2012)

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What is a frenemy? How can you recognize a frenemy? How can a frenemy hurt you? Can you fix a relationship with a frenemy? When do you walk away from a friendship? This 18-minute video and print curriculum explores friendships gone awry and provides elementary students with strategies for coping with difficult friendships.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:21

Stronger, Tougher, Smarter: Stories of Teen Resilience (2012)

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This program focuses on five stories of teens who prove that it is possible to “bounce back” from painful events and hard times. Viewers hear from a girl who learned to overcome an eating disorder and another girl who recovered from addiction to alcohol.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:20

Stress: The Good, the Bad and the Healthy (2012)

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One-third of all teens feel some negative stress on a daily basis. But not all stress is bad. A young gymnast describes how a certain amount of stress helps him perform better. Peter Montminy, a child psychologist and wellness coach, explains how too little stress makes us bored and listless, whereas too much stress can lead to burnout and exhaustion.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:23

Digital Smarts: Behaving Ethically Online (2012)

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Cyber ethics and respect for others online are critical skills to acquire for today’s connected teens. The message of this teen-centered video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online and to know how to react when others behave in inappropriate ways.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:17

Driving Stupid (2012)

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This program dramatizes that most teens overestimate their driving skills and underestimate the risks involved in texting while driving, driving drowsy and driving under the influence. True to life stories accentuate these very real dangers. A young woman describes how a driver who was texting caused a crash that killed her parents and left her with severe injuries.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:21

Use of OC/Pepperspray in Corrections (2007)

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Trainers who specialize in pepper spray show the benefits and the special considerations of using OC in a correctional facility. They provide useful information for training Correction officers in the proper use of OC/Pepper Spray. This program can be used to teach a Corrections Officer how to gain control and compliance without having to use lethal force by using OC/Pepper Spray.

Grade Level: 
High
Length: 
00:30

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