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  • Research Studies

    • St. Louis Project

      A research study was conducted with two schools in St. Louis, Missouri. The Lift for Life Academy, an alternative middle school, and Francis Howell Union High School utilized the MindOH! Discipline and Life Skills Series as part of the research project. Objectives for the research project included evaluating the MindOH!' program's effect on academic achievement. Dr. Beth Manke, Associate Professor in the Human Development Department at the California State University, Long Beach, conducted the analysis. MindOH! also collaborated with Marvin W. Berkowitz, Ph.D., Sanford N. McDonnell Professor of Character Education at the University of Missouri - St. Louis. The Evaluation documents are in PDF Format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these worksheets.
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    • Houston Project

      A two-year research study was conducted of the MindOH! Discipline Series in five Houston middle schools. Data analysis and reporting were conducted by Dr. Beth Manke, Associate Professor in the Human Development Department at the California State University, Long Beach. Analyses are presented separately by module in a question-answer format. Quantitative data has been supplemented by qualitative case studies, testimonials and observations to provide additional information about the application of the DLSS. The complete program evaluation outlines findings of the Pilot study. The executive summary shows how findings addressed company objectives at a high level. The Evaluation documents are in PDF Format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these worksheets.
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  • Case Studies

    • Furr High School

      The MindOH! Discipline and Life Skills Series

      Several schools were interviewed to learn how the MindOH! Discipline and Life Skills Series made an impact on their school campuses:
      Read the Furr High School Case Study to learn how they:
      Channeled student leadership qualities in a positive direction
      Improved efficiency for their in-school suspension coordinator
      Helped a freshman student stop her cycle of failure
  • Testimonials

    • Rave Reviews
      It works. One thing is for sure, you can't deny the power of experience. Take a moment to read and see what educators, parents, and most importantly, students are saying about the impressive results the MindOH! programs are delivering across the country.
      The MindOH! programs have been broadcast throughout the Unites States and Canada on many local news stations. We have also had exposure on the national cable TV program, Tech TV, and were a featured guest on Michael Garfield's "The High-Tech Texan Talk Radio Show." MindOH!'s segment, by popular demand, has been re-broadcasted multiple times for listeners who have an interest in innovative use of technology.
    • Student Video Reviews

      Hear from high school student Lesley Hernandez how she took control of her life and began making wiser choices. "I didn't listen. I was always making up excuses ... being rebellious."
      View Lesley's Video (Run time 5:34 minutes) >


      Hear what middle school student Troy Bennatte had to say about being a bully and what he learned. "It helped me stop picking on little kids because it tells you pointers saying like to respect them and everyone should be treated equally."
      View Troy's Video (Run time 2:21 minutes) >

    • Educator Video Reviews
      If you have issues on campus such as bullying, creating academic success, creating a positive campus culture, improving relationships and communication between students and adults, reducing teacher workload or addressing student needs, then you'll want to watch these.
      Dr. Bertie Simmons is a high school principal. For her, the MindOH! programs helped her in a number of ways, including dealing with a gang leader on campus, addressing student behavior problems and managing her time more effectively.
      View Dr. Bertie Simmons' Videos


      Juan Gonzales is an assistant principal at a middle school. Hear how the MindOH! programs helped Mr. Gonzales help a student stop bullying classmates, and how the program has helped him make his students feel more valued and validated.
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      Dan Deleon is a middle school principal. Learn how he uses the MindOH! programs to track and address behavioral trends on campus, intervenes at the crucial, "teachable moment", and how his students report that they feel like someone is listening to their side of the story when they use MindOH!
      View Dan Deleon's Video

      Shari Brown is a high school student referral center teacher. Learn from Ms. Brown how the MindOH! programs bridged the communication gaps with her students, and how the program has proven to be a huge time saver for her.
      View Shari Brown's Videos
    • Educator Audio Reviews
      Educators have found they can rely on MindOH! programs to save time in the classroom by helping them listen to understand their students and provide another venue of communication.
      Hear from Evelyn, ISS teacher and Student Services Specialist, about how the program has been effective as a positive approach and proactive tool that really gets kids to think critically about their choices. "The What's Up? module is fantastic! The kids love it! They feel that their part of the story is being heard. . .it's a preventive tool. . .[and it] promotes thinking about the situation."
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      Mike Hylen, Principal, Francis Howell Union High School, shares how the program has been effective in teaching kids what they "should do" in respect and responsibility instead of only what kids "shouldn't do." In addition, the MindOH! program facillitates the staff efficiently working with students on problem solving instead of focusing primarily on disciplinary actions.
      Listen to Mike's Audio



* Helping students tell their side of    the story

* Opening lines of communication

* Helping sixth graders transition

* Building character in students

* Developing best practices

* Helping students to calm down    emotionally

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