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define Theory of Mind
Weegy: Theory is a contemplative and rational type of abstract or generalizing thinking, or the results of such thinking. [ Depending on the context, the results might for example include generalized explanations of how nature works, or even how divine or metaphysical matters are thought to work. The word has its roots in ancient Greek, but in modern use it has taken on several different related meanings. One modern group of meanings emphasizes the speculative and generalizing nature of theory. For example in the arts and philosophy, the term "theoretical" may be used to describe ideas and empirical phenomena which are not easily measurable. And by extension of the philosophical meaning, "theoria" is also a word still used in theological contexts. ] User: define parallel (More)
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Theory of mind is the ability to attribute mental states—beliefs, intents, desires, pretending, knowledge, etc.—to oneself and others and to understand that others have beliefs, desires, and intentions that are different from one's own.
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In geometry, parallel lines are lines in a plane which do not meet.
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Moira is new to school. The popular girls ignore her at lunch time, and whisper to one another when she passes them at recess. Moira is a victim of ____________ bullying. 1. indirect 2. verbal 3. direct 4. relational
Weegy: Moira is new to school. The popular girls ignore her at lunch time, and whisper to one another when she passes them at recess. Moira is a victim of verbal bullying. (More)
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Moira is new to school. The popular girls ignore her at lunch time, and whisper to one another when she passes them at recess. Moira is a victim of INDIRECT bullying.
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How can teachers help in perventing bullying?
Weegy: How can teachers help in perventing bullying? Answer: Five Tips to Help Teachers Prevent Bullying Even when a school leader doesn't have a formal bullying prevention agenda, teachers can create safe, [ bully-free zones in their classrooms: Know Your School and District Policies on Bullying Do your part to implement them effectively. Treat Students and Others with Warmth and Respect Let students know that you are available to listen and help them. Conduct Classroom Activities around Bullying Help your class identify bullying in books, TV shows and movies, and discuss the impact of that bullying and how it was/could be resolved. Hold class meetings in which students can talk about bullying and peer relations. Discuss Bullying with Colleagues As a group, you will be better able to monitor the school environment. Discuss both bullying in general and concerns regarding specific students. Take Immediate Action Failure to act provides tacit approval of the behavior and can cause it to spread. Source: ] (More)
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As a teacher to help in preventing bullying, you must be knowledgeable and observant and set positive expectations about behavior for students and adults.
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How can teachers help in preventing bullying ?
Teachers can help in preventing bullying by implementing rules and inside and outside the classroom. You have to provide knowledge to your students the bad effects of bullying and the importance of loving each other like brothers and sisters.You should be strict when it comes to this issue and try not to perform things that will give notions to children that bullying is good. Sometimes students are being bully because of what they use to see in their environment. It is also important to have an activity like letting your students share their family issues and experiences ,so that you will the cue why they are being violent in school.
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What can parents to help prevent bullying?
Weegy: Parents must be a good example to their children. They must have quality time and speak to them and encourage their children to speak about school or what happened the entire day. [ They must learn how to look for signs, their children can both be the bully or the victim. To learn more, I encourage you to visit this link ] (More)
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For parents to help prevent bullying, you must observe your child for signs they might be being bullied, and teach your child how to handle things if being bullied.
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You have to educate your children and surround them with good people.Most of the cases of bullying today showing that children are not happy with the reception they are getting from their own family that is why they used to express their madness and frustration in school by hurting or bullying others. You must not play favoritism to avoid rivalry.You have to teach them good values and make sure that they will apply that in their daily activities.
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Is it ture that Mass media is defined as a type of communication that fosters a specific effect or action?
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Mass media consists of the various means by which information reaches large numbers of people, such as television, radio, movies, newspapers, and the Internet. Sociologists study mass media especially to see how it shapes people's values, beliefs, perceptions, and behavior.

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