Episode 8: Student Questions #2
The Link to Prevention Podcast Season 1, Episode 8: In this episode, Hannah is in conversation with Jessica and Adriana, a bilingual therapist at KCSARC, to answer frequently asked questions from students. Middle and high school students are encouraged by the prevention team to ask questions during classroom presentations, and can do so anonymously through the use of a QR code. For this episode, Jessica and Adriana sit down to answer a few of the questions asked this school year.
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Episode 7: Bystander Intervention
The Link to Prevention Podcast Season 1, Episode 7: In this episode, the KCSARC prevention team sits down to discuss the topic of bystander intervention. The prevention team defines bystander intervention, as well as the term “upstander.” Jessica and Hannah walk through the ways they teach high school students about bystander intervention, including the 4 Ds model of intervening. There’s more than one way to intervene! The prevention team also shares some of their own examples of bystander intervention throughout the conversation.
Episode 6: Talking to Youth
The Link to Prevention podcast Season 1, Episode 6: How do you talk to the youth in your life about topics like boundaries, consent, and online safety? In this episode, Hannah chats with two KCSARC staff members who each have experience and expertise in this area. They offer some advice and guidance for starting and continuing these important conversations with the youth in your life.
Episode 5 – Student Questions
The Link to Prevention podcast Season 1, Episode 5: In this episode, the KCSARC team answers questions we often get from middle and high school students during classroom presentations. Jessica sits down with KCSARC staffers Alex, Jordan and Nate to tackle a few of the questions on students’ minds this school year.
Episode 4 — Supporting Friends
The Link to Prevention podcast Season 1, Episode 4: The KCSARC prevention team discuss why people disclose experiences of sexual abuse or assault, as well as why it can be so difficult for people to disclose. Jessica and Hannah break down how they talk with high school students about supporting a friend who discloses an experience of sexual violence.
Episode 3 – Power
Season 1, Episode 3 – In this episode, the KCSARC prevention team sits down to discuss the topic of power. The prevention team identifies why and how they teach students about power in the classroom. Jessica and Hannah explain the ways they relate power to the lives of students, both in person and online. The prevention team also connects this conversation back to the previous episode about consent.
Episode 2 – Consent
Season 1, Episode 2 – In this episode, the KCSARC prevention team sits down to discuss the topic of consent. To begin, Chris, Jessica, and Hannah each recount their experiences learning about consent. Then they discuss why consent is included in their curriculum, and how it is taught. The team explains how they use the acronym FRIES to teach students the elements of consent.
Episode 1: Let’s Get Started!
Season 1, Episode 1 – In this first episode, the KCSARC prevention team of Chris, Jessica, and Hannah, will introduce themselves and their school-based project in Renton. This project is called Making Prevention Possible. The team discusses how The Link to Prevention is part of the project, who they’re trying to reach, and what their initial reflections are as prevention educators in the classroom this school year.
Introducing ‘The Link to Prevention’ podcast
Season 1, Episode 0 – The prevention team at KCSARC is excited to share “The Link to Prevention,” an occasionally recorded podcast with a focus on reaching parents, guardians, or any adult who has kids in their lives.
Our prevention team will discuss their experiences providing education to children and teens about consent, healthy relationships, boundaries, and online safety in the Renton School District this year.
Listen here at the KCSARC website, or on your favorite podcast service.