Classes should always begin with information on: How the class should conduct themselves when talking about these issues, e.g. if you do not agree with someone else’s point, do not critique them directly but give a more generalized comment, so as to maintain an environment of open and honest discussion. How if someone feels effected by these topics, they are welcome to discuss with another adult/person giving this class on why that they feel this way, during or after the class. How this is a safe space, where everyone in the class is welcome to talk freely, respectfully, and personally.
Contact details of Voices Beyond Assault (VBA) and all other relevant officials/institutions at the beginning and end of the class, to allow students to reach out later, and to use whatever resource they feel is best suited for them.
Clear and Concise Vocabulary
Teaching Children to Express Themselves