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Logan Levkoff
Logan LevkoffMiddle School Teacher

“I am a huge fan of the Amaze videos and use them with students of all ages. I love these videos in particular because they focus on subjects that are often hard to talk about. They facilitate wonderful and nuanced conversations about identity, perceptions of safety and emotional intimacy, and diversity. I use these in my home with my children, too!”

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Deborah Roffman
Deborah Roffman7th Grade Teacher

“Here are some of my seventh grade students’ favorite AMAZE videos. The students rate them highly because they give straight up, useful information and advice, and they lay out the positives and negatives of options open to kids in various situations. They also clear up myths and misinformation and help kids avoid dangerous situations.”

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Tanya M. Bass
Tanya M. BassSexuality Educator

“As an instructor of a Human Sexuality course, the AMAZE videos are a resource for my students to learn from and then to use when they begin teaching middle and high school students. The videos are great for teaching and discussing various topics including sexual orientation, gender identity, and STDs/HIV. The animation and information are a perfect mix of content and engagement.”

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Videos for 9th Graders, curated by Al Vernacchio (MSEd)
Al VernacchioEducator, Speaker, and Author of For Goodness Sex: Changing the Way We Talk to Teens About Sexuality, Values, & Health

 

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Judy LoBianco
Judy LoBiancoHealth/PE Department Supervisor
SHAPE America President

Here are three great recommendation for 8th graders from Judy LoBianco (President of SHAPE America). According to Judy about her top pick, Love is Love, “the critical element of the video for me is that relief that is portrayed after having told someone you’re gay and the example of the conversations as a model to help young people find their words and their strength.”

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