Category Archives: Character / Learning Skills

How To Reduce Presentation Anxiety

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Presenting: Body Language Shapes Who You Are!

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Remembrance Day / Veterans Week Resources

Remembrance Day Video: Learn360:

We are again offering our suite of free Veterans’ Week materials with updated content to help engage young people in remembrance.

While you are on our website, please explore our Veterans’ Week web feature for lots more  information like details about commemorative events being held across the country and social media tools to allow young people to share their thoughts.

Please note: the personal information you have provided to Veterans Affairs Canada is protected from unauthorized disclosure by the Privacy Act. Veterans Affairs Canada will use this information solely for communicating news about learning resources. Your e-mail address may be
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The Veterans Affairs Canada Learning Team

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NBC: Are mean girls getting meaner?

http://www.today.com/moms/are-mean-girls-getting-meaner-teens-open-about-bullying-8C11417897

Even with all the talk about reining in badly behaving kids, bullying seems to have gotten worse than it’s ever been, especially with the added weapons that the Internet provides. And the suicide of a Florida girl has brought that issue front and center once again.

For 12-year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick, the bullying got to be so unbearable that she felt suicide was her only option to escape the relentless and malevolent bullying of two classmates, one 12 and the other 14. Sedwick climbed to the top of a tower and jumped to her death.

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