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Training sessions may focus on delivery of elementary, secondary or special education versions of FLASH.
Educators who successfully complete the FLASH educator learning process walk away with knowledge and skills on: The first day of the Foundations training covers the essential skills for facilitating sex education, including: climate building in the classroom; understanding state and local sex education policies; pedagogical approaches for experiential learning; values clarification; managing personal disclosure; and handling difficult questions and harassing comments.
They do not replicate or replace on-site or face-to-face professional development provided by OSPI or its partners.
This full-day training is intended for teachers and other educators who have experience delivering sexual health instruction and who have attended previous trainings (e.g.
The Respect Workshop -The course teaches school professionals how to provide direct services and utilize school-based practices that promote sexual health and responsibility among LGBTQ students.
Free on-line course with 3 self-paced modules, "Step In, Speak Up!
KNOW is the model HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum developed by OSPI at the direction of the legislature to support schools in providing required HIV/AIDS prevention education to students in grades 5-12.
This training is designed to support delivery of KNOW for grades 5-8, though it is also helpful for those providing high school level HIV prevention instruction.