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3.D

Demonstrate perspective-taking and communication skills for building and maintaining healthy relationships and determining when and how to end unhealthy relationships.

Teen Mental Health Education

Mental Health

CLASS

This comprehensive health class focuses on mental health and healthy relationships and aligns with National Health Education Standards (NHES). In the Mental Health section, students will gain a stronger understanding of mental and emotional health, types of anxiety disorders and eating disorders, stress-management, self-esteem, and the tools to apply health practices to daily life and stressful environments. In the Communication and Relationships section, students will learn about the 5 love languages, empathetic listening, the importance of consent and setting personal boundaries, and inappropriate relations with figures of authority. Students explore these topics through visual novel-like experiences with illustrations, social media simulations, texting simulations, and adaptivity. Through engaging characters, adaptive stories, conversation-based learning, and social media simulations, student will learn about managing stress and navigating interpersonal relationships through communication and self-advocacy.

    #Communication#Resilience#Stress-Management
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Teen Dating Violence and Conflict Resolution

Safety

COURSE

This course follows a teen boy who is in an emotionally abusive relationship, and trying to figure out how to address the situation. The student follows him as he learns about conflict resolution strategies and the signs of teen dating violence. Through a visual novel-like experience with illustrations, social media simulations, texting simulations, and interactivity, the student engages directly with the characters and story.

    #Self-Management#Stress-Management
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