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GUEST POST: What To Do With A Teen Who Has Attitude
Took a group of middle school students to Hershey Park.  During the day the students were free to roam the facility; however, had mandatory check-in times.  When one girl arrived late I asked her for a reason and all I got in return was attitude. ..
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GUEST POST: Confronting Conflict – Part 1: The Decision
One of the first life lessons that we learn is that conflict is inevitable.  We are a fallen people and, because of that, conflict is a part of our life.  Whether big or small, conflict is able to make its way into every one of..
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The Disruptive Student in Small Group
Loved a new post over on Generation to Generation called Diffusing the Disruption that talked about helping keep order in your small group discussion time and dealing with problem students. Here’s a clip of it, head over there for the complete article: Announce your expectations..
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GUEST POST: The Secret to Cracking the Tough Nuts
  You can invite them to everything, manipulating the times and locations to perfectly line up with their needs. You can have phenomenal promotional material consisting of the slickest logos, edgiest videos and most dynamic social media strategy… You can promise amazing activities with the..
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GUEST POST: Does Your Small Group Have THE TALKER?
The beauty of leading a small group is getting to see it grow throughout the years.  But, getting started can be rough especially if you have that one kid who talks and talks and talks.  At first you like him or her because they take..
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