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Passive-Aggressive Behavior in Schools

The Angry Smile online training provides professionals and parents with real-world examples and empowering, practical strategies for changing passive aggressive behavior. Here is what Liz Savage, a high school Special Education teacher from Seattle Public Schools had to say about her experience with the Angry Smile online training:

I really got some good ideas from this course that I will use as a special education teacher. Many of the issues I had last year were due to passive-aggressive behaviors and I did not handle them as well as I could. I would end the cycle but didn’t do it in a way to help the student reflect on his/her behavior. This course will give me the tools to help my students be better at recognizing their feelings and needs. Moreover, they will be more likely to learn how to advocate for themselves and be in more control of their lives and futures.

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