The combined interventions (classroom lessons combined with school-wide interventions) were the most effective while the classroom interventions alone were not effective. Effectiveness of “Shifting Boundaries” Teen Dating Violence Prevention Program for Subgroups of Middle School Students. This program is offered to students in grades 7 through 12.At the middle school level, this program introduces students to appropriate behaviors in a dating relationship, the differences between flirting and sexual harassment, and the importance of learning to set boundaries.If you feel like trust was broken, a lock down may be necessary. Each week contestants never know what their challenge would be. If the door has been wide open, it's okay to shut it, a little, a lot, or completely. video, plus teacher’s resource book, student handouts and pre/post tests in digital format Bronze Telly Award A number of teens describe their rights and expectations in healthy relationships, including respect, honesty, trust, support, acceptance, fairness and equality, communication, and safety.
What is important to me in a dating relationship and what do I deserve?
What are the goals of the Healthy Relationships Program? A 2009 survey conducted by Safe Futures found that in our area of Connecticut 12% of high school students have experienced physical violence in a dating relationship.
Nationally, one in three adolescents is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence.
The program involves environmental changes, the use of posters to raise awareness, and "hotspot" mapping for safe and unsafe spaces.
This program aims to: The corresponding classroom lessons are delivered through a six-session curriculum that covers setting boundaries, measuring personal space, determining appropriate and inappropriate behaviors at school, understanding aspects of sexual harassment, responding to sexual harassment, and examining the consequences for harassers.