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Holding consent workshops in Universities
How to use this course
1. Thinking about context
1.1 The context of this course (9:44)
1.2 Thinking about your students
1.3 Thinking about you
2. Why will your session have any impact?
2.1 What is consent?
2.2 Understanding Theory of change (2:32)
2.3 Building a theory of change for your students (14:38)
3. Planning your session
3.1 The mandatory consent workshop (6:55)
3.2 The invitation
3.3 Choosing appropriate materials
4. Holding group conversations about consent
4.1 How to hold space: Introduction (4:41)
4.2 The agreements
4.3 How to hold space (12:32)
4.4 Practice makes perfect
4.5 FAQ From 'How do we cater for international students?' to 'What shall we do when it all goes horribly wrong?'
4.6 What makes a good ending? (7:54)
5. An example session plan
5.1 Consent. It's as simple as a global pandemic
5.2 Session outline
5.3 Suggested follow up material
5.4 How is this session 'Trauma informed'?
6. What next for your students?
6.1 Continuing the journey
6.2 Collecting feedback
6.3 Self-reflection as part of your process
Our ending (1:21)
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4.6 What makes a good ending?
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