Module: 3.5.1 Creating Respect and Safety
Note: This module requires 2 trainers.
This module was developed as part of the California Department of Education/Child Development Division School-Age Training Project and revised in 2016 to incorporate social-emotional learning, character building and Quality Standards for Expanded Learning in California.
This training will provide participants the opportunity to explore their own relationship to safety and support, set group agreements for the series, and discover their FRAME.
In this training participants will:
- reflect on the meanings of safety and support;
- set group agreements for the training series;
- identify their FRAME for exploring the deeper issues of privilege, anti-oppression, and ally building.
Participants define the terms “safety” and “support” through creating group sculptures with their bodies.
Participants create group agreements collectively for this training series. The group agreements created during this training will be the agreements for the entire diversity series.
Discovering Your FRAME
Participants will be introduced to the idea of the “FRAME” – all the things that make up who we are and how we view situations. Our FRAME is made up of our values, culture, background, and life experiences.
Training Length: 2 hours