It’s hard to believe in good things. It’s hard to be hopeful. It’s often hard to do the right thing. But it is in those moments, in those situations, in staring down times when it would be easy to fall into the trap of hatred and negativity and you don’t, that you grow. And in that growth lies fulfilment, true happiness, and the method to make yourself stronger.
In this blog post East Noble administrator, Rief Gilg, encourages educators to help students to think in a critical manner to not only help them in their schooling but also in life.
The tips given on this post are simply that…tips. This is not a fool-proof plan and are to be used as a first line of defense. Make sure to contact a licensed professional immediately.
Whether you are a parent, a teacher, a coach, or a youth worker, this quick guide will help you to better understand and respect the middle schoolers in your life.