The Hidden Homeless covers the issue of homeless children and youth, and hopes to raise awareness of issues unique to young homeless, as opposed to adults who are homeless.
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Addressing a time of great change, these programs can help teens initiate, engage, in, and sustain good relationships. Topics discussed are communication, intimacy, the role of the media, and date violence. The series is designed to help teens understand the components of a healthy relationship and recognize the signs of a dangerous one.
This series is for teens who struggle with depression, stress, phobias, and thoughts of suicide. Programs explore self-injury, grief and loss, ways to defeat fears, and more. They show young people they are not alone and encourage them not to give up.
This series contains the most recent research for drug education curriculum libraries. Nine documentary-style videos present topics vital to all drug educators and health professionals.
Providing an outline of the scientific inquiry process, this series helps students improve scientific research skills. Episodes are designed to pique student interest in topics like plants, organic compounds, bacteria, evolution, biodiversity, disease, and the human brain.
Bill Nye knows how to provide easy access to hard science with humor and hands-on activities. Episodes encourage students to ask questions and uncover the answers. Bill Nye The Science Guy covers a range of topics including health, math, nature, and the environment.
This series reaches out to students in middle school by addressing a host of important issues, such as handling difficult emotions, dealing with crisis, and coping with peer pressure. Programs conclude with tips for managing difficulty through effective assertiveness, decision-making, and study skills.
For young adults, it is easy to fall into the trap of believing that love equals sex. At the same time that many teens are struggling to learn what it means to be in a healthy, intimate relationship, they are also bombarded by messages in the media implying that sex is the pinnacle of love.
Unchecked physical and emotional violence learned at an early age can too easily become domestic violence later on. In this thought provoking video, high school students discuss their own experiences with disrespect, jealousy, obsessiveness, blaming and sexual abuse, as well as what a healthy relationship looks and feels like.