Student-produced videos teach middle-schoolers about behavior

Students make videos about how to behave at school during an enrichment class that is part of a Michigan middle school's Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support program. The videos -- including skits on classroom behavior, plus interviews with educators and students -- are shown to the entire school about a week after students write, produce and edit them during the class. "The students have really responded to this and look forward to seeing them," teacher Jennifer Miers said.

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