AnonymousAnonymousAnonymousCrea WilsonAnonymousAshley ScorseJennine WoodMark SquiresJosylyn Larson
  • Our school NEEDS this program! Where have you been all year?!? I wish we had been able to use your program since the start of the year, but am excited to use it the rest of this year and in future years in my classroom. ┬áThank you!
    Anonymous
    Teacher
  • It fits our theme perfectly.
    Anonymous
    Principal
  • Since I haven't really seen it n action yet, I can't say. But I do love all the adjectives that describe each character and the role playing.
    Anonymous
    Parent
  • A great idea
    Crea Wilson
    Principal
  • I liked how kids can learn what kind of person they are and see how they can change it if they want. Think they need more work on that and we need to be more aware and skilled on how to help them.
    Anonymous
    Teacher
  • I love the analogy this puts forth. It's really good for students to see themselves as superheroes.
    Ashley Scorse
    Teacher
  • I loved this presentation. The kids were very involved and the message is vital today. I especially liked how she used a real classroom everyday hero - that brought it home to the kids that they can be a hero.
    Jennine Wood
    Teacher
  • Using the superhero theme as an anti-bullying technique is genius. The students can relate to it and they can get the idea that superheroes serve unselfishly and that students can do that too everyday and feel that they have a purpose.
    Mark Squires
    Principal
  • Raising Superheroes creates a simple classification system that allows students to become their best superhero version of themselves. The presentation starts with allowing students to identify with either a superhero, villain or victim. All three characters are important to self evaluation of the student in individual circumstances. As an adult since this presentation I have caught myself self evaluating to decide if I'm being the superhero, villain, or victim. It's important for students to know the character they are playing in every situation. I enjoyed the victim character of the presentation. It's important for students to realize they don't want to be the victim and that it is possible to change their character. JoDee does an amazing job presenting the information in kid friendly terms and helps each student identify with each of the three characters. Life really is as simple as a comic book and we can help these kids make the choices that will turn them into the superheroes of their lives.
    Josylyn Larson
    Teacher

Anonymous

Teacher


Our school NEEDS this program! Where have you been all year?!? I wish we had been able to use your program since the start of the year, but am excited to use it the rest of this year and in future years in my classroom.  Thank you!

Anonymous

Principal


It fits our theme perfectly.

Anonymous

Parent


Since I haven't really seen it n action yet, I can't say. But I do love all the adjectives that describe each character and the role playing.

Crea Wilson

Principal


A great idea

Anonymous

Teacher


I liked how kids can learn what kind of person they are and see how they can change it if they want. Think they need more work on that and we need to be more aware and skilled on how to help them.

Ashley Scorse

Teacher


I love the analogy this puts forth. It's really good for students to see themselves as superheroes.

Jennine Wood

Teacher


I loved this presentation. The kids were very involved and the message is vital today. I especially liked how she used a real classroom everyday hero - that brought it home to the kids that they can be a hero.

Mark Squires

Principal


Using the superhero theme as an anti-bullying technique is genius. The students can relate to it and they can get the idea that superheroes serve unselfishly and that students can do that too everyday and feel that they have a purpose.

Josylyn Larson

Teacher


Raising Superheroes creates a simple classification system that allows students to become their best superhero version of themselves. The presentation starts with allowing students to identify with either a superhero, villain or victim. All three characters are important to self evaluation of the student in individual circumstances. As an adult since this presentation I have caught myself self evaluating to decide if I'm being the superhero, villain, or victim. It's important for students to know the character they are playing in every situation. I enjoyed the victim character of the presentation. It's important for students to realize they don't want to be the victim and that it is possible to change their character. JoDee does an amazing job presenting the information in kid friendly terms and helps each student identify with each of the three characters. Life really is as simple as a comic book and we can help these kids make the choices that will turn them into the superheroes of their lives.