Impact: Increase knowledge about sexual harassment and understand bystander intervention approaches toward preventing sexual harassment.
Activities we might use: Objectives Determinants: Expose: Identify prevalence, statistics of crime, demographics of victims and survivors.
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands developed the Youth Violence Prevention Curriculum© for middle and high school-aged youth.
Utilizing the principals of effective prevention programming, this 6 lesson curriculum covers a wide range of topics geared toward reducing risk and preventing sexual and relationship violence.
Certification is not required to teach the lessons.
However, an i-SAFE Professional Development Program (PDP) ' face-to-face or online through the i-LEARN video modules ' is recommended to update educators on the specific topics covered in the curriculum.
Learn: Identify personal boundaries and discuss interpersonal aspects that help form boundaries such as: spiritual, relational, emotional, family and school rules.
Learn: Identify the line between “harmless playing” and harassment. Increase understanding of the need for equality in relationships.
Attending a PDP or completing i-LEARN online is required for an educator to train others as an i-SAFE Certified Trainer.
Subscriptionsi-SAFE curriculum is posted online to conveniently serve a school, district, education service network, and state or government agency ' including foreign governments.
Substance facilitated sexual assault and date rape will be covered for high school audiences only.
Learn: Explore SC laws, penalties, the concept of consent and the different forms of sexual assault.