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26
Feb
2019

Power of Passengers

$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Being the driver carries great responsibility to make certain everyone inside the vehicle gets safely to their destination.  Have your students ever considered the role passengers play in making the ride safe?  This training will provide participants with interactive methods to educate youth on the responsibilities the driver and the passengers have to ensure a safe ride.  The lessons provided will address the general safety considerations while riding in a car, ways to avoid distracting the driver and legal consequences for disobeying safe driving practices.  Students will also learn the proper actions during a traffic stop and how to cope with peer pressure to ride in an unsafe situation. 

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14
Mar
2019

Is it Okay if…?

$233.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Campus discipline issues and juvenile delinquency can be reduced when students understand the importance of seeking consent while interacting with their peers.  There are many circumstances that require permission and clear, verbal permission is the best.  Students may need assistance understanding why they cannot borrow their friend’s cellphone without asking, why hugging may make others uncomfortable, and when teasing goes too far.  Conflict can arise when youth do not understand the impact lack of consent will cause.  This training will provide participants with interactive methods to educate youth on the importance of obtaining permission during their social interactions and to respect the decisions of others.  Students will learn how to recognize when consent is needed and provided and how to communicate their personal boundaries to others.  

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23
Mar
2019

Mock Trial: Preparing Your Students for the Trial

03/23/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm

This Academy is for educators and officers who serve a middle and/or high school population. 

Event Overview

This training will be held in conjunction with the Arizona Mock Trial State Competition. Participants of this training will have the opportunity to view multiple rounds of the competition and watch the students live in action!  In addition, they will receive hands on advice and strategies from an experienced Mock Trial teacher on how to implement Mock Trial in the classroom.  If you are interested in starting a Mock Trail program at your school or enhance your existing program then this training is for you!  Educators looking to compete in the Mock Trial Program or educators interested in teaching their students about the court system should also attend.  Lessons and activities will provide a starting point for the Mock Trial Program and basic courtroom knowledge.  

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26
Mar
2019

Guarding the Gaming Experience: For Staff and Community

$233.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free.  To learn more, click on the event.

*While all SSP Stakeholders are encouraged to attend this academy, please note that it fulfills the SSP training requirement ONLY for officers with 4 or more consecutive years in the SSP.  

Event Overview

Do you know how to guard your students’ online gaming experience?  What are the pros and cons of today’s popular teen games?  Navigating the safety controls, if any, as well as privacy settings can be confusing.  This training is directed to participants who want to learn how to navigate the gaming world and educate their school staff and parents how to guard their students with safety strategies to experience the gaming world with security and good decision-making skills.  This training will cover Fortnite, Roblox, Musically and gamer chat rooms.  Participants will be asked to download these free apps on their smartphone or tablet and practice setting safety controls, privacy settings, navigating the features and learn the pros and cons of each.  By working within the app, participants will have a better understanding of how to educate their community. 

*This training is NOT designed for classroom implementation with students.  Participation in this training requires downloading and practicing with the featured free games and apps on their own iPhone or Android device.  Electronic devices can be provided but are limited in number. 

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