BLYG0204 – Bullying: Rules and Bylaws

(Activity – Intended For: Secondary Grade Level) This activity explores the purpose and effect of rules which govern behaviour within the school and in the community. A connection is made between classroom rules, school rules and responding to bullying. The activity culminates with students constructing and evaluating an anti-bullying rule for their classroom or school. Includes student worksheets and reference pages that provide information on bylaws and other approaches Alberta communities have used to address bullying.

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RSTJ0201 – Restorative Justice: Classroom Activities

(Intended For: Secondary Grade Level) This document contains a series of worksheets for use by students. The activities include a series of question and answer activities, a classroom activity focused on a case study, and similar group-based activities involving role-play based on case studies. NOTE: This document includes an answer key for the activities, and additional information on the classroom case study activity.

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DRGS0201 – Drugs: Case Study (Taylor’s Story)

(Intended For: Teachers, Secondary Grade Level) This package helps teachers and others to facilitate a discussion of drug use by using a fictional case study of one person’s interaction with smoking. Students research and develop definitions, and discuss ways to assist someone struggling with an addiction. Includes student worksheets and companion teacher’s guide.

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FMVL0105 – Family Violence: Child Abuse Signs and Symptoms

(Intended For: Teachers, General Public) This document offers educators a list of signs & symptoms of child abuse. It outlines tell-tale differences between abusive and non-inflicted injuries, gives a guide to interpreting sexualized behaviour in children, and offers perspectives on differing views of physical punishment. At the end of the document is a summary of the key signs of child abuse and neglect.

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FMVL0106 – Family Violence: Child Abuse, Reporting and the Law

(Intended For: Teachers) This document details what educators should do if they suspect child abuse. This includes an outline of what the law says about reporting including the “duty to report”, how educators have traditionally responded, and a disclosure checklist to use should you need to contact child protection. Directions for contacting provincial organizations and accessing local resources are also given.

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