Access and download teen dating violence information, curricula, strategies, and tools.
This training will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.
“The council continues to be appreciative and inspired by the response and interest from area high schools in the teen dating violence video contest,” said Iapoce.
Depending on how many students are in a team, the tasks can be broken down so that each student is in charge of one or more.
Day 5: All pages should be completed and all links tested by the middle of the class period, so that the Web site coordinating group could put the site together and then show the finished product to the class.
“I just thought I wanted to do something different, so I did more of an emotional appeal in my video,” said Averill. She assembled a list of shots, composed a script, got approval from computer video production teacher Scott Wickham, and filmed and edited her work at the high school.
They all depicted a different side of it, but they all showed how serious the topic is.” Blank spent three or four weeks working on her film.
“It was mandatory that we did a PSA [public service announcement], and our teacher gave us options, and one of the options was the teen-dating-violence PSA through Ulster County,” he said. But we get to make individual projects in our second year, so I decided I really wanted to make one with my ideas.” Contest winners were presented with certificates from county executive Michael Hein and gift cards from the contest committee.