Students who are gifted create video to teach peers about bullying

05/23/2011 | Patriot-News (Harrisburg, Pa.), The

A group of 35 Pennsylvania students who are gifted have created an instructional movie for fellow students on how to handle bullying situations. The students act as newscasters in the film, as well as demonstrating scenes in which positive techniques are used to curb bullying and other harmful behaviors. The film will be shown at the state capitol today as part of a Student Technology Showcase, which illustrates how teachers are using technology in schools.

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