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Thursday, October 17 • 2:40pm - 3:40pm
Teaching Affirmative Consent to High School Students, Room 217

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Young people grow up surrounded by misleading and often harmful messages about sexuality and gender that negatively impact their understandings of consent.  As educators and advocates for young people, it is our responsibility to disrupt these messages and support our young people in understanding what consent looks, sounds, and feels like so that they can build satisfying and safe romantic relationships.  In this workshop, we will share activities we have used in our classes to help students reflect on and communicate about consent. This interactive workshop is geared towards all high school educators, especially those who are not health or sexual health educators but have responsibilities for implementing some sexual health or consent education within their institutions.

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Alison Williams

Science of Mind, and Equity & Social Justice Associate Teacher, The Nueva School
Alison’s educational and professional experience has been focused on social and community empowerment. Earning a degree from Arizona State University, she concentrated in social work and restorative justice practices. Thus far in her career, her work has been dedicated to creating... Read More →
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Kate Bedford

Puberty and Sexuality Educator, Let's Talk
Kate Bedford, MPH, has taught puberty education and human sexuality to adolescents and their parents for the past fifteen years at schools throughout the Bay Area, including Nueva, the Brandeis School of San Francisco, Ring Mountain Day School, and the Marin School.  She infuses... Read More →


Thursday October 17, 2019 2:40pm - 3:40pm
Nueva San Mateo Campus 131 E. 28th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403