3/4 –Helping Everyone Live Peacefully: Teasing and Bullying Curriculum
This session is being offered as part of PASE Presents! - a program designed to showcase curricula, research, effective practices and new trainings relevant to the afterschool field.
Are you interested in learning about a free teasing and bullying curriculum geared toward elementary and middle school youth?
The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center has developed the Helping Everyone Live Peacefully (H.E.L.P.) curriculum for use by group leaders working with students ages 5-14. The goal of the curriculum is to build a climate that empowers students to take action and responsibility around bullying and teasing. Using role-play, art projects, and storytelling, children learn what teasing and bullying are. They also learn ways to deal with these behaviors while building tolerance at the same time. In addition, H.E.L.P. stresses that helping each other live peacefully is a community effort, involving students, group leaders, parents/families, administrators, and center staff.
In this two hour session, experienced line staff, program managers, and site supervisors will participate in hands-on activities from the H.EL.P. curriculum that promote a safe, nurturing, and respectful afterschool environment. Copies of the curriculum will be available for participants.
SACC Training Topics Satisfied: (3) Child day care program development
Links to NYSAN QSA Elements: (1) Environment/Climate; (5) Programming/Activities; (7) Youth participation/Engagement
Coffee provided. Participants are welcome to bring breakfast with them. Participants will receive certificates upon completion of the session.
Date: Monday, March 4
Place: PASE, 120 Broadway, Suite 230, New York, NY (between Cedar and Pine)
Audience: Staff responsible for making decisions about new curriculum (Experienced Line Staff (3+ Years), Program Managers, Educational Directors)
Facilitator: Ivonne Torres, Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center
When & Where
Partnership for After School Education, Inc.
The Partnership for After School Education (PASE) is a child-focused organization that promotes and supports quality afterschool programs, particularly those serving young people from underserved communities. An innovative pioneer in the development and advancement of the afterschool field, PASE was formed in 1993 to professionalize afterschool services so that providers could deliver consistent, high-quality programming to youth and increase their capacity to meet the needs of their communities.
PASE is committed to providing the more than 1,600 organizations in its network with the support they need to provide the 500,000 young people in New York City’s afterschool programs with the high-quality services they deserve.