High School Anti-Bullying Speaker


Jim Jordan was the best guest motivational speaker I have seen over my 20 plus years as a teacher. He was right on target when it comes to the new portfolio planning initiative in BC Schools. He captivated his audience and has a unique presentation that attracts today’s teens. I would give his performance an A+.
Jim Palm
Brooks Career Education Coordinator

High school students will be captivated by Jim Jordan’s stage presence.

At Reportbullying.com we understand that a problem unidentified is a problem unsolved. We recognize that bullying is a behavior that occurs in all walks of life, all ages, and all sexes. In the case of high schools, it is accompanied by a process and manner that has content and a touch of magic, bringing the best usable information and leaving the students with a behavioral challenge.

To attack the bullying we need to build a solid foundation, gaining knowledge on what bullying is and the different forms of bullying (physical bullying, verbal abuse, hazing, sexual harassment, racism, and LGBT) that occur in high school. In the Second half of this school assembly, our emphasis is focused on the role of the bystanders.

The challenge will touch base on the impact on students who observe bullying (the bystanders). These students that are observing can influence, and determine the outcome of the situation.

Jim Jordan gave a thoroughly fantastic “Motivational Presentation” to our student body in two, 50 – minute assemblies.
By using an interactive presentation style with the use of magic tricks, he was able to maintain the students’ attention as he got his message across.
I would highly recommend this young man’s presentation approach. You will not be disappointed.
Jim Mitchell

Hello! Just wanted to thank you very much for your terrific presentations at Kernahan Park yesterday. You are receiving rave reviews from both staffs and, most importantly, the students. In my grade 11 class this morning, the students were still laughing about your shrinking head (and talking about the money!) – but even better, they were able to say the words: Respect, Responsibility, and Integrity – and knew that it all built to trustworthiness and independence. Wow! I think they heard you. My principal loved how you also tied so much of it to teachers and school. I will be looking more carefully at the materials you gave me and will be presenting them to staff at our next staff meeting.

Thank you again for preparing and presenting such a dynamic performance with such an important message.

Martha Hunt
Co-op Department
Kernahan Park S.S.

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