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Session Detail

Session Number:
G13
Time:
10:30am - 12:00pm
Room Number:
M1060
Speaker:
Carlia Schwab
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Curriculum Focus:

Grade Level:
DIV III, DIV IV,
Title:
Empower Youth to Have Healthy Relationships (building skills)
Topic:
Educators will come away with samples of course curriculum which empowers youth to use their skills and power in positive ways, specifically in building healthy youth relationships
Summary:
Educators will come away with an understanding of Healthy Youth Relationships, specifically a deeper look at interactive ways to talk to and teach youth the skills around the fundamentals of healthy relationships. Topics will include the different styles of communication and active listening, personal power and its importance in creating healthy relationships, how to develop and practice empathy, and skills around conflict resolution and conflict de-escalation. Educators will learn a range of interactive activities that they can lead in their classrooms designed to empower youth in their relationships and will be able to take away course samples of the curriculum outlines for these topics. We will end the session by sharing information about how you can bring a Healthy Youth Relationships focused peer-led facilitation model to your school. *All content shared aligns with Alberta Education Curriculum in Health and Life Skills or CALM.
Biography:
Carlia is the Associate, Education and Master Trainer with the Red Cross Respect Education program. Carlia has a BA in Psychology and applies those skills along with her background and knowledge of violence prevention and its unfortunate connections to all demographics to her work with schools.
 

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