Stand Up! Speak Out! on Bias Awareness & Bystander Empowerment
About the presenter
Press Release - Live Out Loud
What Educators Are Saying...
About K-12 Assembly Programs
About Professional Development
School Assemblies & Study Guides
Study Guides - pdfs
Song Descriptions - by Title
Set-up and equipment
Bias Awareness for Professionals
Impact on Attendees
Music & Lyrics
CDs & mp3s
Implicit Bias - Survey
Students, thank you for sharing your thoughts on Stand Up! Speak Out!
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What did you think of Stand Up! Speak Out! overall?
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How would you rate it overall?
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How did you like the songs?
Loved the songs
They were good
Some were okay
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Did the program hold your attention?
Yes, from beginning to end
Some parts held my attention
It didn't hold my attention
Please tell me what you liked most about the program
Was it interesting?
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Were the images and lyrics on the slides helpful?
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Did you like the presenter?
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May I post your comments on this website--totally anonymously? Other teachers and students would like to hear your thoughts.
Did you learn anything new about bias, bullying, bystanders, compassion, or how to be an ALLY? Did this program help you understand those things better?
Was there anything you did not like about the program? Do you have any suggestions on how I could make it better? Something you think I should have included?
Thank you so much for your time and valuable feedback!
And thank you for being an ALLY !