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Virtual Resources for K-12 Parents & Students

These resources are designed to provide teachers and parents of children and young adults with engaging age-appropriate activities about consent, healthy relationships, cyber-safety, boundary setting, and breaking down gender stereotypes. It is our hope that students receive information with these messages at school and at home, so they become adults who can stop sexual harassment and violence in our communities. While these are from external resources, we’ve selected some of our favorites to give parents and teachers a compendium of at-home educational activities.

Curricular Resources

A Short History of the Long Fight against Sexual Harassment | KQED
Communication & Dating | SFUSD Health Education
Crossing the Line Online: Sexual Harassment & Violence in the Age of Social Media | NY Times - Learning
Curricula for Distance Learning - Ages 14+ (Miss Representation & The Mask You Live In) | The Representation Project
Healthy Relationships | SFUSD Health Education
Human Sexuality | SFUSD Health Education
Human Trafficking (accompanying PowerPoint) | SFUSD Health Education
Rules, Roles, & Relationships (and accompanying handout) | SFUSD Health Education
Sexual Harassment Prevention (Grades 1 - 12) | Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School! (Videos & Presentation/Discussion Guide) | Stop Sexual Assault in Schools
Sex Trafficking | SFUSD Health Education
Sexuality: Privilege, Oppression, & Being an Ally | SFUSD Health Education
Sexuality: Sex, Gender, & Orientation | SFUSD Health Education
Teens & Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence | Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape  


Recommended Reading

Practicing What I Preach: Consent, Young People, and Respecting a No | National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
What Kids Need to Know About Digital Consent | NSVRC
Beyond the Birds & Bees: Adolescent Sexual Consent & Disabilities | Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape


Domestic Violence
Are you being hurt at home? | Home Safe Home Program
Every home should be free from violence | Home Safe Home Program
Healthy Relationships
Dating Basics |
Healthy LGBTQ Relationships |
Is My Friend's Relationship Healthy | Break the Cycle
Setting Boundaries |
The Relationship Spectrum |
Tips for Caregivers - How to Help Teens Build Healthy Relationships | Day One
Warning Signs of Abusive Dating | Break the Cycle
What is a Healthy Relationship? |


Online Safety
Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying | Connect Safely
Parent's Guide to Educational Technology | Connect Safely
Parent, Educator & Youth Guide to LGBTQ cyberbullying | Connect Safely
Protecting Your Kids Online 2.0 | National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Teenagers, Stop Asking for Nude Photos | NY Times
The Internet Safety 101 Information Guide | Enough is Enough
Social Media
Parent's Guide to Instagram | Connect Safely
Parent's Guide to Snapchat | Connect Safely
Parent's Guide to TikTok | Connect Safely
Sexual Harassment 
Before #MeToo: The Long Struggle Against Sexual Harassment at Work | KQED
The "Click" Moment: How the Weinstein Scandal Unleashed a Tsunami | NY Times
The Reckoning: Teaching About the #MeToo Moment and Sexual Harassment | NY Times - Learning


Educational Media

Because I Love You Video Series & Discussion Guide | One Love Foundation
Boss of My Body (for Young Kids) | The Mother Company
Consent for Young Kids | Blue Seat Studios
Couplets Video Series & Discussion Guide | One Love Foundation
"Don't Ignore the SubTEXT" Video Short | It's On Us
How Do I Talk to My Kid About Healthy Relationships | Planned Parenthood
"I Owe You Action" Video Short | It's On Us
"I Owe You Support" Video Short | It's On Us
Love Labyrinth Video & Discussion Guide | One Love Foundation
Should Sexting Be A Crime for Teens? | Above The Noise
Social Distancing As An Effective Teaching Tool for Establish Boundaries with Kids | Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (PAAR)
Teaching Consent to Your Kids Early | SafeBerks
"Three Dots" When Words Fail Us" Video Short | It's On Us
Why Hasn't Sexual Harassment Disappeared | NY Times


Parenting After Trauma: Understanding Your Child's Needs | American Academy of Pediatrics
Start the conversation - Talking to young people | One Love Foundation
Supporting Students with Disabilities | American Federation of Teachers
Using Stretching & Body Movements to Cope with Stress | Pittsburgh Action Against Rape (RAAP)
10 Ways to Talk to Students About Sensitives Issues in the News | NY Times - Learning
10+ Social Emotional Activities for Parents & Families at Home | Teachers Pay Teachers


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