Teen dating violence prevention lesson plans
Barri Rosenbluth is the founding Director of Safe Place’s Expect Respect Program in Austin, TX.
Expect Respect is a comprehensive, dating abuse prevention program that supports vulnerable youth, develops youth leadership, and collaborates with schools and community partners to promote healthy teen relationships.
Rosenbluth will be speaking at our National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence next month!
All requirements of the bill were to have been met by late September 2010.NCADV, the national voice of victims and survivors of domestic violence, and Discovery Education, the leading provider of digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, have collaborated to launch Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships: A Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum – an initiative funded by a contribution from the Verizon Foundation – to provide classrooms nationwide with tools, information, and lesson plans aimed at helping their students understand and develop healthy relationships, recognize dynamics of teen dating abuse, and learn how to safely ally for themselves and others who may be experiencing abuse.Available at no cost to classrooms nationwide, Take A Stand FOR Healthy Relationships ( provides middle and high school classrooms with educational resources and immersive program tools, including self-paced modules and interactive lesson plans that focus on teaching students how to understand and build healthy relationships, reject abuse, and safely ally for themselves and others experiencing abuse.Additionally, they may also be unequipped to recognize the warning signs of abuse and provide support and resources to students facing dating violence.The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) has recently created and released a curriculum aimed at equipping teachers and students with the tools, resources, and knowledge needed to Take a Stand FOR Healthy Relationships (