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COURSE - Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment

Overview

This course will discuss general facts about sexual harassment including what it is and isn't, recognizing the signs in a student, and your role under Title IX in reporting suspected sexual harassment. This course will also discuss commonly held myths about sexual harassment, steps that can be taken to prevent this unwanted behavior in your educational environment, and personal guidelines to consider when communicating with students inside and beyond school walls.

Details

Subject: SimpleSchoolSafety
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Duration: 1 hour
Credit Hours: 1

Contents

  • COURSE - Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment
Examine This Course
Introduces the course.more...
Examines some of the topics that will be covered in the course.
Discusses general facts about sexual harassment in the educational setting. 
Understand Title IX
Explains what Title IX is and how it relates to sexual harassment in schools.more...
Explains the role of the Title IX Coordinator.
Discusses the role of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR). 
Recognize Sexual Harassment When You See It
Explains what sexual harassment is and isn't.more...
Outlines the key behaviors of someone who has been sexually harassed.
Defines and explores the differences between two legal areas of sexual harassment: quid pro quo and hostile environment. 
Report Sexual Harassment
Discusses what to do when you suspect a student is being sexually harassed and your obligation to report the abuse.more...
Explains where teachers and administrators should go to report possible abuse.
Covers where the parent or student should go to report the abuse.
Explains where the parent, student, or teacher can report the abuse, if they don't want to go through their school or district. 
Respond to Sexual Harassment
Discusses the legal steps to be taken under Title IX once an incident has been reported, as defined by the Office for Civil Rights.more...
Explains how the school should respond to information about alleged sexual harassment, including third party reporting.
Goes over the actions teachers and schools should take while investigating a complaint. 
Prevent Sexual Harassment
Explores the myths of sexual harassment and your role in preventing it.more...
Provides some examples of the steps a school should take to end harassment and prevent it from happening again.
Discusses the key factors in building a safe learning environment.
Outlines the role of an educator in creating a safe school environment. 
Protect Yourself from Sexual Harassment Allegations
Covers the behaviors you should avoid in communicating with students inside and beyond the school walls.more...
Explores guidelines and best practices for electronic communication with students. 
Quiz - Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment
This quiz assesses the user's knowledge of the concepts covered in the Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment course.more... 
Feedback - Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment
This survey contains six brief questions pertaining to your educational role and computer experience, as well as to how you would rate your knowledge of this subject before and after this course.more... 
Personal Action Plan for COURSE - Preventing Student Exploitation, Sexual Misconduct, and Harassment
While completing lessons in this course, you will be prompted to answer essay questions that will aid in creating your Personal Action Plan. more... The answers you provide will appear in your Personal Action Plan, so be sure you respond as thoroughly as possible. Your Personal Action Plan will not appear until you have answered at least one of the essay questions.
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