The curriculum has three goals: reducing unintended pregnancy, reducing STD/HIV transmission, and improving the quality of sexual experience. It's All One Curriculum Offered by the Population Council, this manual and activity guide feature sections on interpersonal relationships and communication. Safe Dates This curriculum addresses dating violence and healthy relationship skills.Coaching Boys into Men Playbook This tool from the Family Violence Prevention Fund engages coaches in helping young athletes develop healthy respect for women and positive values regarding relationships. FLASH: Lesson Plans for Special Education The Family Life and Sexual Health (FLASH) curriculum from Seattle and King County Public Health offers lesson plans and activities for special education students. Romantic Relationships Sponsored by the ACT for Youth Center of Excellence, the ACT Youth Network site features a section on romantic relationships.
The resources below emphasize building healthy relationship skills.
Love Notes This curriculum engages youth (age 16-24) in exploring healthy versus unhealthy relationships; decision making and goal setting; negotiation and interpersonal skills; and their own values in relation to intimate relationships.
Are you a coach who would like to encourage student athletes to be role models on and off the field?
Do you want to sponsor a student leadership or service learning project focused on bullying, harassment and dating abuse prevention?
Talking calmly helps you to understand the real reason for not getting along, and it’s much easier to figure out how to fix it.
In healthy relationships, working through disagreements often makes the relationship stronger.
Are you concerned about controlling and harmful dating behaviors among your students?
Would you like to create space in your classroom for a thoughtful discussion on healthy relationships?
Healthy relationships require communication and intimacy skills; they also rely on individual characteristics such as emotional self-regulation, social confidence, and empathy.
Often youth programs do not focus explicitly on promoting healthy relationships, but they may include activities that practice pro-social behaviors and communication skills.
By: Charlene Kamper MA, CFLE Grades: 8-12 Length: 11 lessons Health classes are an important forum for teaching relationship skills to teens — but the concepts can be difficult to communicate.