Life with a teenager!
Mom is fed up with Timmy, whose number one priority is hanging out with friends. They don't see eye to eye, but maybe some communication techniques can help these two stay on track! (Can you identify "I language" "paraphrasing" and supportive listening in these scenes!)
Samantha's Dad is NOT happy. Find out how to bridge the generation gap with supportive communication techniques like active listening and paraphrasing!
4 videos in this series
Your Cell Phone Can't Hug you Back
Smart Phones are here to stay, but what happens when they take over? Take a look at how one couple handles their addiction!
5 videos in this series
He said, She said...
or maybe they didn't? Sometimes it really does seem that men and women come from different planets, but don't give up yet. Take a look at how one couple learns the do's and don'ts of active listening between the sexes.
2 videos in this series
Forensics/ Speech & Debate
Find out why you should join the Forensics Team!
Forensics is an academic organization that participates in competitive speech competitions. These competitions are divided into several different categories that revolve around public speaking, debate as well as dramatic interpretation of literature.
NICK - Male birth control
KARLA- Racial discrimination and school discipline
JAKE- Hidden dangers of handshaking
Deanna Kupres - Student Monologue from "I Used to Write on Walls" by Bekah Brunstetter
Evita Marrow - Student Monologue from the play Ruined, by Lynn Nottage
Lindsay Tierney - Student Monologue from the play Agnes of God by John Pielmeier