What does effective implementation of Respectful Relationships (RRE) and Consent Education look like in planning and practice?
Janice Atkin, who was the Principal Author of the DoE RRE Teaching and Learning Package and is currently leading the AC: H&PE Review, will facilitate this full day workshop.
The workshop will include sessions that cover the following:
- Understanding the evidence base that informs consent and respectful relationships education
- Embedding consent and respectful relationships education into your HPE program
- Exploring practical strategies for teaching consent and respectful relationships
- Managing sensitive conversations in your classes
- Exploring the role of language and media literacy in challenging attitudes that condone disrespect and violence.
Non-DoE Enrolments –
To enrol in this program please complete the External Enrolment Form.
As a result of engaging in this workshop, participants will:
- increase their knowledge of the understanding and skills related to consent and RRE addressed in the Australian Curriculum (HPE, Ethical understanding and Personal and social capability)
- increase their understanding of the importance of language and representation of relationships
- develop practical strategies for teaching consent and relationships education and managing sensitive conversations in their classrooms
- develop a scaffold of a unit of work that addresses consent and respectful relationships education.
Standard 1 – Know students and how they learn
Standard 2 – Know content and how to teach it
Standard 3 – Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
Standard 4 – Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
Standard 6 – Engage in professional learning
Face to face session Program – 9:00am – 3:00pm
South – Professional Learning Institute, Glenorchy
Tuesday 26 October 2021
North-West – paranaple convention centre, Devonport
Thursday 28 October 2021