Be an advocate: educate yourself to support LGBTQ students in schools

Who are these resources for? 1. Parents who have LGBTQ children who want to educate themselves to be better advocates for their child in school 2. Educators to learn and understand best practices for serving LGBTQ youth in your schools...

Characterizing Monsters

Until 2 weeks ago, I never even knew who Harvey Weinstein AND I can't get over how much he actually looks like this character I designed in 2007 who represents sinister intentions in Clueberry World!!!   The wide jaw, the one eye larger than the other...uncanny. This...

Why is alcohol not out of style yet?

Disclaimer: I haven't drank in years. But this isn't a "I'm a vegan and I should shame you for eating meat" type of thing. Alcohol actually isn't that cool at all. There are facts. There are statistics. There are studies. Alcohol is insidiously destroying people from...

Basic Education for Transgender Students

The Big Freak Out: Educator Fear in Response to a Transgender Child (Journal of Homosexuality), fear and safety were the predominant responses by educators in regard to engaging in discourses that function to “protect” the transgender child from harassment and...

Bring Lessons to Life

My main research interest in my Ph.D. School Psychology program is how curriculum design can decreased social emotional related behavioral issues detracting from achievement. Google Expeditions as described by their website bring your lessons to life. "Imagine...

The Danger of Leaving Out Context

I'll never forget senior year of college, I was required to take a a course called "The Making of the American Voice in the 17th Century."   On the first day of the course, the professor, a white man with an arrogant swagger (Boston College was filled these types,...
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