Ain’t My Problem

Bullying Prevention \ Resiliency \ Accountability

EmpeRoar the Emperor has always enjoyed being on top.

As a matter of fact, the Emperor has never experienced anything but being on top. From his throne EmpeRoar has grown accustomed to seeing those below struggle, yet he only responds with three words: “Ain’t My Problem.” That all changes when the Emperor loses his voice and is dethroned. With the help of the kingdom, the Emperor learns to be a part of the kingdom and learns the importance of holding each other accountable in this loose adaptation of a Thai folktale.

Learning Objectives

  • Define the concept of accountability.
  • Demonstrate that people’s actions can affect the community in both positive and negative ways.
  • Show the impact of bullying behavior on individuals and the community.
  • Explore strategies people can use to remain resilient when targeted by bullying.
  • Encourage students to be accountable for their actions.
  • Encourage students to use their power to help others and help make a more positive community.