Part of understanding domestic violence is knowing how to respect certain boundaries. In this video from Mrs. Sarah Collins' class at Greensboro Elementary School, students greet each other prior to entering the class.

Today's volunteer, Aiden Tinker, is wearing a smock with various methods of greeting pinned to it. The options are a handshake, a fist bump, a smile, or a hug. Each student who approaches Aiden chooses the greeting they feel most comfortable receiving.

Not only is this a great exercise to teach social interaction, but the idea behind letting the students decide which greeting is more appropriate to him or her is phenomenal. Great job, Mrs. Collins and Greensboro Elementary!