Global TVs Making a Difference – Who Is NOBODY?

Oriole Park Public School students learn how Who Is NOBODY? is making a difference in their school.

Who Is NOBODY? is featured on Making a Difference with Susan Hay on Global TV in Toronto.

They are learning that small gestures can make a big difference— Dana Chapman, teacher

Global TV’s Susan Hay visits a grade 4 classroom at Oriole Park Public School in the Toronto District School Board. Students learn how valuable it is to be introduced to community service at a young age. Susan also interviews the programs founder, Kelly Clark on why she created this character education resource.

Video at a Glance

School: Oriole Park Public School
School Board: Toronto District School Board
Grade: 4
Teacher: Dana Chapman
Some Who Is NOBODY? Projects completed by this class: Helping the homeless & food bank

Oriole Park Public School has had 7 classes participate for 3 years in a row. Last year the 7 classes used Who Is GREEN? and did amazing projects to help the environment. Who Is GREEN? comes with a green doll (rather than the blue doll from Who Is NOBODY?) and becomes a class mascot that inspires students to help the community in creative ways. For example, recycling hockey equipment so children who could not play otherwise are able to take part.

Susan Hay shares how Who Is NOBODY? helps students get direction for their Mandatory Community Involvement Hours.

This video appeared on Global TV – Making a Difference in Toronto on March 19th 2010

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By |2018-02-26T01:45:39+00:00March 19th, 2010|Media, Toronto District School Board |0 Comments

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Who Is NOBODY? is a literacy-based bullying prevention program for Grades 1 – 12 that applies the curriculum to real-life experiences. Students build self-esteem by discovering their strengths and using them to help others.

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