Human Relations Media

Making Good Choices: Keys to Good Decisions (2006)

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Kids today have a lot of important decisions to make. Should I drink alcohol or smoke pot? Should I cheat on a test? Should I inform on a friend? This program introduces students to the four hallmarks of good decision-making: does it agree with what I know inside is right, what might happen as a result, might it hurt future goals, and will it hurt me or another person.

Grade Level: 
Middle
Length: 
00:18
Making Good Choices: Keys to Good Decisions

Coping with an Emotional Crisis (2006)

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Divorce, natural disasters, death of a loved one, terrorism, depression, navigating a difficult home life these and other crises have a profound impact on the mental and physical health of young teens and create emotional trauma most are not equipped to deal with.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:24
Coping with an Emotional Crisis

Connect the Dots: How School Skills Become Work Skills (2006)

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Students often ask why they need to learn things that seem irrelevant to their futures in the workplace. This program helps answer that question by exploring the connection between what one learns in school and what employees do at work.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:16
Connect the Dots: How School Skills Become Work Skills

Asleep at the Wheel: The Dangers of Drowsy Driving (2006)

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Sleep deprived teens today are facing serious and even fatal consequences when combining drowsiness with driving. Each year drowsy driving causes more than 100,000 car crashes and 1,500 deaths. Over 50% of the drivers involved in these crashes are teenagers and young adults in their early twenties. Real life accident victims reiterate chilling stories of the repercussions of drowsy driving.

Grade Level: 
High
Length: 
00:15
Asleep at the Wheel: The Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Portion Distortion: Seeing the Healthy Way to Eat (2004)

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This program teaches students how to choose the rights food portions and to avoid "supersizing" at fast food restaurants. Using easy-to-understand analogies, children learn how to visualize proper portion size. For instance, a protein portion should be about the size as the palm of your hand.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:20
Portion Distortion: Seeing the Healthy Way to Eat

Fears and Phobias: Understanding Them, Defeating Them (2004)

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Tailored to teens, this program provides information about common fears and phobias and how the brain and the body (fight or flight response) function when teens are exposed to them. Explains the dividing line between normal fears and abnormal fears and explains when teens and young adults may need to get help.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:22
Fears and Phobias: Understanding Them, Defeating Them

I Can't Do My Homework, Why? (2004)

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Follow four students as they try to figure out why their homework is so difficult to manage. Each students faces a different problem: One is overwhelmed by too much homework, another has too many after-school activities to juggle, another is a procrastinator, while the fourth student is having emotional troubles that makes it hard for her to concentrate.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
Length: 
00:20
I Can't Do My Homework, Why?

The Harassment Workshop (2006)

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Viewers hear from their peers about diverse forms of harassment that are all-too-common on many school campuses. Real teens discuss their experiences with bullying, intimidation, exclusion from a social group, verbal abuse, name-calling, sexual harassment, hazing and Internet harassment also known as cyberbullying.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:19
The Harassment Workshop

DUI: The Hard Truth (2008)

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Hosted by a career EMT, this video reveals the hard truth and horrifying ordeals resulting from driving under the influence of alcohol-a young woman telling of having to identify her little sister's body at a morgue after she was killed by an intoxicated teen driver; an ER doctor talks about "breaking the news" to parents whose son was killed in a drunk driving crash; and a young man shares the

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Professional
Length: 
00:29
DUI: The Hard Truth

The Power Trip: Bullying in School (2008)

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This multidimensional video/DVD and teacher's guide explores middle school bullying from different perspectives that students will relate to and easily understand. Your students will hear from real teens who experienced bullying first hand as well as from students who have been the aggressors.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Middle
High
Length: 
00:21
The Power Trip: Bullying in School

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