Dating violence activities for middle school
From acclaimed filmmakers Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk (The Island President, The Rape of Europa), AUDRIE & DAISY — which made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival — takes a hard look at American’s teenagers who are coming of age in this new world of social media bullying, spun wildly out of control.Lesson Plans are available for middle and high school students.
But it can also be filled with negative and harmful ingredients.Athletic coaches play an extremely influential role in the lives of boys and young men.The Coaching Boys Into Men initiative invites men to teach boys to build respectful and non-violent relationships. A toolkit and resources for coaches are available for download.Evaluate the relationship ingredients of the music you are listening to. Our 2016 National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month campaign does not require running shoes.We are challenging students to Tal K about relationships; Know their expectations; Evaluate their relationship s Kills; Brea K up when it’s not working and Get Li Kes by sharing what they love or respect about someone at #iexpectrespectatx on social media.Are you a coach who would like to encourage student athletes to be role models on and off the field?
Do you want to sponsor a student leadership or service learning project focused on bullying, harassment and dating abuse prevention?
This protocol is a guide for identifying youth who are experiencing unhealthy or abusive relationships and for assisting them in increasing their personal safety.
It can be used to assess and educate all middle and high school students in the school health setting about abusive and healthy relationships.
The video utilizes their experiences and insights so that youth and parents can recognize and prevent dating abuse in their own lives, or in the lives of others. Additional Materials: Video Discussion Guide; Healthy Versus Unhealthy Relationships; Developing Healthy Relationships: A Role for Adults; The Dos of Talking About Healthy Relationships; Warning Signs The Austin Independent School District is dedicated to providing a positive school climate and believes that all students have the right to learn in an environment free of harassment, bullying and violence.
Respect For All provides information on AISD Policies and Research including Student Rights and Responsibilities and Complaint and Reporting Procedures.
Healthy relationships are based on respect, equality, trust, support, and love.