Modular Training - Downloadable Activities/Scenarios

Searching for modular training activities to address sexual misconduct in schools?

Looking for downloadable activity modules (role play scenarios, case studies, and group discussion) for use in:

  • Professional development or staff meetings.
  • Student health or psychology class.
  • Parent meetings.
  • Sensitivity training.
  • Ethics training
  • Risk Management training.

Each module contains scenarios based on case studies, activities, and role-plays that are:

  • Short, high impact, and interactive.
  • Related to current events and criminal and civil cases.
  • Scripted and comprehensive, with scenarios, discussion questions, activities or role-plays, and responses.
  • Cost effective and easily implemented.

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Modular Training - Sexual Misconduct Prevention Activities


Sexual Harassment Activities Module

$150

1000 Series

16 Scenarios
15 Activities
  12 Role-Plays

Staff to Student

 

Staff to student harassment constitutes a lesser % of harassment on campuses.

 

Student to Student (middle and high school)

Student to student harassment comprises the largest % of sexual misconduct in schools.  Research confirms that 81% of students are being or have been harassed.

Cyber Bullying

 

Studies show that 40% of teens using the Internet are being cyber bullied.

Sexting

 

A 2008 survey of 10,000 teenage students revealed that 21% of teens are sexting while at school.

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View #1 Excerpt
"Creative Math?"
View #2 Excerpt
"Bathroom Break"
View # 3 Excerpt
"Name Droppers"
View # 4 Excerpt
"Text Flirt"

Inappropriate Behavior

Module

$100

2000 Series

14 Scenarios
12 Activities
  10 Role-Plays

Staff to Student

This behavior comprises 85% of misconduct in schools between staff and student.

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View #5 Excerpt- "He's a Hottie"

Federal and State Laws

Module

$150

3000 Series

   Law review with
10 Case Studies &
8 Activities

Federal and

State Laws

This module defines how federal and state laws governs sexual misconduct in schools.

(customized by state)

Criminal Case Studies

 

Case studies of sexual misconduct between educators and students provide opportunities for group discussion of red flags, recognition, appropriate response, and preventative actions.

Civil Case Studies

 

Case studies of sexual misconduct in schools, based on negligence and deliberate indifference, provide opportunities for group discussion of red flags, recognition, appropriate response, and preventative actions.

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View #6 Excerpt
"It's the Law!"
View #7 Excerpt
"The Felon"
View #8 Excerpt
"A Blind Eye"

Note: Modular License Agreements are available on a per school basis.  For a district-wide license agreement, contact training@educationmisconductsolutions.com.

 

Activity & Role Play Excerpts


Sexual Harassment Module

(Staff to Student)

 

EXCERPT #1

"Creative Math?"

Scenario:  Your male math teacher decides to take a poll for a math experiment.  He wants the students to graph how many are in favor of plastic surgery. He asks the students to list the different types...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • Does this behavior qualify as sexual harassment?
  • What are the legal and ethical...(con't)

Activities: Role-play the scenario.  What actions...(con't)

Response: The offended must clearly...(con't)

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Sexual Harassment Module

(Student to Student)

EXCERPT #2
"Bathroom Break"

Scenario:  Someone you don't know follows you into the bathroom while class is in session.  this person begins to touch you and force you...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • Is this behavior indicative of "sexual harassment?"
  • What actions...(con't)

Activities: Role-play the scenario between the students.  What actions should...(.con't)

Response: When a situation...(con't)

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Sexual Harassment Module

(Cyber Bullying)

EXCERPT #3
" Name Droppers"

Scenario:  On your Facebook or MySpace page, You post a picture on Facebook. Several people start to comment. One individual writes mean and degrading things about the picture.  He calls you a “fag” and “gay”...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • Does this behavior qualify as "sexual harassment?"
  • What should...(con't)

Activities: Role-play the...(.con't)

Response: This scenario is common and of concern...(con't)

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Sexual Harassment Module

(Sexting)

EXCERPT #4
"Text Flirt"

Scenario:  You (a student) have been texting another student you find attractive.  You also sent a photograph of yourself to the student. The student alters the photograph and it now is sexual in ...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • Does this behavior qualify as "sexual harassment?"
  • What are the consequences associated...(con't)

Activities: Role-play the conversation between the students and include...(.con't)

Response: The offended must clearly communicate the following...(con't)

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Inappropriate Behavior Module

(Staff to Student)

 

EXCERPT #5

"He's a Hottie"

 

Scenario:  As an experienced teacher, you’ve had your share of intelligent, attractive, wise-beyond-their-years students in your classes over the years...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • What are the legal and ethical issues surrounding the scenario?
  • What are the different ways ...(.con't)

Activities:  Role-play the conversation between...(.con't)

Response: Appropriate response should be...(con't)

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Federal and State Laws Module

EXCERPT #6"
"It's the Law!"

Scenario:  Federal law governs sexual harassment in schools. The law applies to schools and individuals.  Two landmark cases..(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • How does Federal Law impact schools and individual personnel?
  • (Questions con't)

Activities: You will be mentoring new teachers at your school.  Role-play the information you will share to include Titles...(.con't)

Response: Title IX and Title IV...(con't)

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Criminal Case Studies

EXCERPT #7
"The Felon"

Scenario: A thirty year old male coach was charged with sexual abuse of his 17 year old student.  Based on a review of the allegations, formal charges, and indictment...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • How does state law apply in this scenario?
  • What preventative action...(con't)

Activities:  As a fellow colleague, role-play the conversation you would have...(.con't)

Response: Awareness and response are critical...(con't)

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Civil Case Studies

EXCERPT #8
"A Blind Eye"

Scenario: An administrator, school guidance counselor, and school principal are being sued by a student victim for negligence in their response to reported sexual misconduct...(con't)

Discussion Questions: 

  • What does state law...(con't)

Activities:  As a fellow colleague, role-play the conversation you would have had with the three...(.con't)

Response: Mandated reporting requires that...(con't)

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