Take a look at our favorite resources on a variety of issues related to children’s safety, collected and reviewed by CIRCLE. Experienced Adventist educators sift the ever expanding array of online resources for those of best value for Adventist teachers, administrators and support staff, curating lists for quick and easy use by busy educators anywhere, anytime.
Parenting Inspiration Newsletters for Reducing Risk Behaviors
This series of one-page parenting newsletters explores how to keep children safe by reducing their participation in behaviors that put them at risk physically, mentally, spiritually, and emotionally.
How to Give Your Students the Skills to Prevent Crime
The author discusses the following safety topics: Students Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act; Stranger Safety for Smaller Children; In Case of Abduction; and Personal Safety for Older Children.
NetSmartz offers free, multimedia internet safety presentations you can use with your children or in your community.
JAE Editorial: Ensuring the Safety and Well-Being of God’s Children
This editorial considers issues of school safety in the context of trusting God, while being prepared and preparing students to respond wisely to disasters that can and do befall schools. Articles in this issue:
- Preparing for the unexpected
- Can you hear me now? Psychological issues in school violence at Adventist school
- What Adventist colleges are doing to ensure campus safety
- How safe is your school?
- Responding to crisis in the Adventist educational environment: a CISM perspective
- Emergency notification systems: a next step in preparedness?
- Surviving a natural disaster
Adventist Risk Management
Adventist Risk Management (ARM) provides professional risk management service in the areas of risk control consultation and education, property/casualty insurance, health care claims adjudication and personal risk services. Also, see the School self-inspection form.
Amazing Grace – A Different Perspective
Shander gives suggestions on how to protect children from molestation and ways to prevent it from happening.
Making a Difference – Preventing and Dealing with Child Abuse
Sections including recognizing the forms of child abuse, protecting the Adventist school campus (including higher education), counting the costs, putting integrity first, corporal punishment, creating a child abuse awareness culture, doing background checks, and shielding the vulnerable.
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual abuse prevention curricula designed for use in a Christian education setting. Thirteen sessions draw on excellent secular materials and the Bible, emphasizing God’s caring and a supportive community.
Note: Article written and posted in English
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