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Teaching children R-E-S-P-E-C-T .. and a contest!

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I am again the guest of Sonshine Radio DZAR 1026 AM on Thursday, August 20, from 10-11 am. The topic is Teaching Children Respect. Can you help me out?

Cite an incident wherein you were able to teach your child or student how to respect

  1. possession (i.e. preschoolers grabbing each other things)

  2. territory (i.e. personal space, bullying)

  3. identity (i.e. appearance, SpEd needs, gender)

  4. authority (i.e. elders, teachers, parents, flag)

Submit your answer as a comment to this post. Don’t forget to put your name and e-mail address.

As a way to give back to the enormous response to this blog, I am giving a Moleskine Notebook to the lucky participant who will be drawn on the morning of August 20 and it will be announced on the air 🙂

I know there’s Online Live Streaming of the show. I’ll update this post once I find out the site.

Live Streaming for the show is at http://www.sonshinetvradyo.com/ or you can tune in DZAR 1026.

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