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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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.
In this thought-provoking episode, some very tricky optical illusions show that the brain doesn't always correctly interpret what it sees. Check out Bill Nye from a whole new angle when he gets an M.R.I. of his brain.
Bill Nye muscles in to give more than just the bare bones about X-rays, the healing of broken bones, bone marrow, and the body's joints.
Join Bill Nye as he shows how valves, blood cells, and the circulatory system work together to pump it up... in the heart, that is.
Your students will hear from real teens who experienced bullying firsthand as well as from students who have been the aggressors. Special attention is focused on understanding the different kinds of bullying and the differences between how girls and boys bully.
Do you know students who talk about themselves in negative ways? Avoid putting themselves in situations where others could judge them? Always make excuses? Don't feel they have anything special to offer? Very often, these students lack self-confidence.
This program uses humor and animations to introduce middle schoolers to the many changes that accompany adolescence. The program goes beyond the physical manifestations of puberty and discusses the enormous emotional, social and developmental changes that occur.