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Here is the last installment of my #NotatASCA14 Notes. Enjoy!
- Teaching Students to Recognize & Report Sexual Abuse powerpoint from ASCA14
- Download other ASCA14 handouts from the ASCA app
- Do You Have a Secret? (Let’s Talk About It!) by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
- Mia’s Secretby Peter Ledwon
- No More Secrets For Me: A book for adults to share with children by Oralee Wachter
- Not in Room 204: Breaking the Silence of Abuse by Shannon Riggs
- Common Sense Media – “We rate, educate, and advocate for kids, families, and schools”
- Erin’s Law – “to teach children: ‘Tell on anyone who even tries to touch your private parts.”‘
- The Great Kindness Challenge – There are 2 challenges – global and school. One week a year schools work on the great kindness challenge together. Find everything you need on their website.
- NICCS: National Initiative for Cyber-security Careers & Studies – Educator resources to help teach students about cyber safety
- Free: Role Models to Promote Respect & Bullying Prevention – Elementary School Counselor spreads the word on her blog about how to get a free speaker to your school.
- School Counseling by Heart – a number of awesome resources about teaching students about sexual abuse reporting
Social media we should be aware of:
From an ASCA session on using bibliotherapy:
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