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Internet Safety Curricula Yello Dyno
New Internet Curriculum

Want Better Test Scores?
A Child Who Does Not Feel Safe,
Cannot Learn

It's that simple. Help your students develop the skills they need to stay safe from Internet stalkers, abductors, drug pushers, abusers, sexual abusers, and bullies. Since 1987, Yello Dyno's Award-Winning Curricula have helped over 3 million children stay safer through the power of our musically-based victimization-prevention curricula.

Yello Dyno, the Child Protection Specialists


Yello Dyno Programs qualify for Title 1; IV A&B and 21st Century


The Yello Dyno Curricula™ is . . .

  • Grounded in Research
    Independent Research
    2005-2006: Independent research(PDF)
    conducted by REds with over eight thousand students, states that The Yello Dyno Program demonstrated the ability to produce significant positive outcomes related to the children’s recognition of potential danger from child predators, and what steps to take to escape those dangerous situations.

  • 2004-2005: Independent research(PDF) conducted by REdS states that 80.8% of the students tested demonstrated an increase in knowledge after one cycle of the Yello Dyno Curriculum.

  • The Yello Dyno Method™ is scientifically based on the Nobel Prize-winning research of Dr. Roger Sperry, as well as the internationally recognized research on children in crisis of Dr. Bruce D. Perry.

  • Musically-Based – Ensures recall of right action in a crisis. Simply put, safety knowledge taught in the same style as reading and math is not accessible in times of crisis. "Information learned in song...is more easily recalled when in a state of high anxiety because this information is stored differently than verbal cognitive information."
    –Bruce D. Perry, Ph.D.


  • Non-Fearful – No scare tactics or spooky stories. Just simple, clear language; gentle, effective examples; enjoyable, catchy songs and tunes convey the messages in ways that children easily understand and remember.
Success!
Attempted Abduction Foiled

Attempted Abduction Prevented by Yello Dyno Training

Over 3 Million Children Are Living Safer Lives Because of Yello Dyno

  • Easy To Teach – Yello Dyno lesson plans are age-appropriate, ranging from preschool through fifth grade. Our teacher-friendly curricula with PowerPoint presentations include memory-enhanced music and specially created video segments. The easy-to-follow teacher scripts mean little preparation time is needed. Instruction is easy and effective.


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A GIFT For You
Tricky People!
DVD and Lesson Plan

Experience the effectiveness of The Yello Dyno Method™. To receive your GIFT, the Tricky People! mini-lesson with the Teacher-Friendly Lesson Plan and Script (for grades 1, 2, or 3), you can choose to "Download" or "Receive by snail mail"

Tricky People! - Identifying Deceptive Behavior that Means Danger is the first of three core fundamentals of the Yello Dyno Method™.

To review any of our other powerful Yello Dyno Curricula, order a 30-Day Review.
Our new Play It Safe on the Internet PowerPoint Curriculum is a great choice.

We look forward to helping you create safe kids = safe teachers = safe schools. Remember, a child who feels safe is a child who will learn more, and that, of course, means better test scores. Request your GIFT , (Tricky People! DVD and Lesson Plan) - or
a 30-day Review of a curriculum - or place your order online.

Questions? Want to learn more? Give Judy Vanderwerf, our National Educational Director, a call at 888-746-9568 or email her at Judy@YelloDyno.com.

Yours for Child Safety,

Jan Wagner
Founder
Yello Dyno
JanYelloDyno.com

Millions of Children are Sitting in Our Classrooms Unable to Learn
“When considering the learning experiences of the traumatized child –
sitting in a classroom in a persisting state of arousal and anxiety – or dissociated…
the child is essentially unavailable to process efficiently the complex
cognitive information being conveyed by the teacher.”
-Memories of Fear, Bruce D. Perry, M.D., Ph. D.,
CIVITAS Child Trauma Programs, Baylor College of Medicine

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