Narin Sensomboun

Narin Sensomboun

Narin Sensomboun
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Think Station for students - answer in their head the three questions about their negative actions toward the other student. What did you say? What did you do? How did you make ___ feel? Then, have them read this quote and write a note saying they are sorry, not for what they said, but for how they made that person feel. More powerful apology to show you understand the impact of your actions. RO

Think Station for students - answer in their head the three questions about their negative actions toward the other student. What did you say? What did you do? How did you make ___ feel? Then, have them read this quote and write a note saying they are sorry, not for what they said, but for how they made that person feel. More powerful apology to show you understand the impact of your actions. RO

"Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive." Josephine Hart

"Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive." Josephine Hart