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Incline Learning, Inc. firmly believes that we should be doing everything that we can to help educate students about sexual assault and abuse, including how to safely seek help and grow into confident young adults.

All of our lessons are designed to inform students about safety, abuse and making good decisions without placing them in uncomfortable situations.

Our comprehensive K-12 online program expands beyond the topic of assault and abuse and addresses the following eight themes throughout the program:

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Elementary Child Safety Resources

 

Our Elementary Instructional Resource Kits walk teachers through the implementation of specific lessons. Unlike the content that we have developed for implementation at the middle school and high school levels, this content is used by the teacher, to guide students through essential content during class time.

 

Instructional Resource Kits will provide teachers with step-by-step instructions and a detailed, orderly method for introducing each topic to their students. Each step includes easy-to-follow visuals, links, and resources.

 

These lessons will feature demonstrations, hypothetical situations, and various scenarios designed to inform students about safety, abuse and making good decisions without placing them in uncomfortable situations.

Kindergarten

Lesson 1:  I am Unique

Lesson 2:  Feelings are Important

Lesson 3:  Those We Like; Those We Don't

Lesson 4: How to Get Help Safely

First Grade

Lesson 5:  Harmful Secrets

Lesson 6:  Being a Friend - Part 1

Lesson 7:  Being a Friend - Part 2

Second Grade

Lesson 8:  Be Safe at School and Home

Lesson 9:  Red Flags, Green Flags

Lesson 10:  Adults Need to Know

 

Third Grade

Lesson 11:  Privacy and Communication

Lesson 12:  The Media and You

Lesson 13:  How to Handle Peer Pressure

Fourth Grade

Lesson 14:  Getting Help

Lesson 15:  Influences - Part 1

Lesson 16:  Influences - Part 2

 

Fifth Grade

Lesson 17:  When to Ask for Help

Lesson 18:  How Media Affects Me

Lesson 19:  Peer Pressure

Middle School Safety Program

 

These digital lessons strive to help students navigate through the crucial skills necessary to instill a sense of pride, confidence, and safety. They feature hypothetical situations and various scenarios designed to educate about feelings regarding self image, peer pressure, decision-making, and relationships.

Sixth Grade

Lesson 1:  Following the Rules

Lesson 2:  Communication

Lesson 3:  Peer Pressure vs. Coercion

Lesson 4:  Healthy Boundaries and

                  Refusal Skills

Lesson 5:  Healthy Relationships


Seventh Grade

Lesson 6:  Communication

Lesson 7:  Decision-Making

Lesson 8:  The True "You"

Lesson 9:  Media

Lesson 10:  Healthy Relationships

Lesson 11:  How to Help a Friend Who is

                    in an Unhealthy Relationship

Eighth Grade

Lesson 12:  Communication

Lesson 13:  Relationships

Lesson 14:  Good Character

Lesson 15:  Media

Lesson 16:  Advocating for Others

High School Safety Program

 

These digital lessons strive to help students navigate through the crucial skills necessary to instill a sense of pride, confidence, and safety. They feature hypothetical situations and various scenarios designed to educate about feelings regarding self image, peer pressure, decision-making, and relationships.

Lessons 1 and 2:

Decision-Making - Part 1

Decision-Making - Part 2

 

Lessons 3 and 4: 
Influences on Attitude and Behaviors - Part 1
Influences on Attitude and Behaviors - Part 2

Lessons 5 and 6:
Communicating in Relationships - Part 1
Communicating in Relationships - Part 2

 

Lessons 7 and 8: 
Healthy Boundaries and Refusal Skills - Part 1
Healthy Boundaries and Refusal Skills - Part 2

Lessons 9 and 10:

Healthy Relationships - Part 1

Healthy Relationships - Part 2

 

Lessons 11, 12, and 13:
Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 1
Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 2

Preventing Abusive Relationships - Part 3

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