Your Reputation: Enhancing It, Repairing It

Expert Human Relations  Media

For middle schoolers, fitting in, being popular, having friends, and getting along with teachers is all important. Whether they are aware of it or not, the opinions and perceptions of peers, parents and teachers all contribute to a young teen's reputation—or the way others see them. Through the use of acted out vignettes, young viewers will understand the power of having a good reputation versus the pain of having a bad one. Program also gives pointers on how to repair a bad reputation which often takes a long time to achieve. Program includes a special section on one's online reputation and some of the pitfalls of social networking.


  • Features vignettes dealing with the power of a good reputation and the pain of having a bad reputation
  • Test prep questions from online training
  • View your online courseware anytime, anywhere

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1 Sessions / 1 Hour
Product ID # 062811
Made in the USA

Single user price: $139

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