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Mike Domitrz, CSP
The Center for Respect, Inc.
P.O. Box 269
Mukwonago, WI 53149-0269
Would you love to have the “Can I Kiss You?” program and/or “HELP! My Teen Is Dating” presentation for parents brought to your service group (guest speaker), non-profit organization, faith institution, community group, or for a regional/national conference? Every year, we at The Date Safe Project Inc donate a number of presentations to non-profits and organizations requesting our help. In 2011, we are greatly increasing the number of programs we will be donating!
Was informed today my response to the question, “How can the link between alcohol and sexual violence be best taught to students?” has been posted on Outside The Classroom’s website: http://www.outsidetheclassroom.com!
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When working on a project for the National Speakers Association earlier today, Randy Gage (Prosperity Expert), asked me this question:
“In a perfect world, what would you need and want?”
When teaching verbal skills, many Moms, Dads, and educators continually share how teens would rather text than talk. To their credit, many teens are fantastic at multi-tasking and quickly absorbing technology uses to fit their lifestyle. The unfortunate consequence is these skills are happening at the cost of losing one-on-one verbal tools. What do you do?
Are you ever asked, “How do you know you are making a difference? How do you know your audience (or students) actually remembers your message?” Speakers in the education world and teachers particularly get this question a lot because so many people wonder if teens retain the messages being shared with them. Yesterday, audience members surprised me.