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Symposium Resources

Pre-Launch: EMS Students Voice Opinions & Offer Advice

Middle school students at The Elisabeth Morrow School learn more about the BTWF. They discuss Lady Gaga's motives, weigh possible success against possible failure and, finally, make their own recommendations to Lady Gaga about how to make this work.


Bullied, Joking Around, or Conflict?What is the difference?

With so much focus on bullying, are we all in agreement of what constitutes "bullying"? Is there any difference between bullying, joking around and conflict? If so, what are they?

"I feel that bullying is when one person is in a conflict and has more power than the others.A conflict is when two people in a disagreement have equal power against each other.Joking around is between two close friends, clearly defined as a joke." ~7th grade student


Virtual Worlds and Identity

Peggy Sheehy onExploring Identity
June 19, 2010
University of Sheffield via Second Life

Peggy Sheehy on Body Image
June 19, 2010
University of Sheffield via Second Life
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Be a Hero!

Australian Churchill Fellow, Steven Caldwell, uses Quest Atlantis to explore the concept of being a hero with his year 6 students.

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