Message Consent Guide for Teachers and Experiential Learning Lesson Plans
Message Consent Guide is a practical methodological tool designed for elementary school teachers. It provides clear definitions of consent as a life skill and include best practices for teaching mutual respect, communication, conflict management, and boundary-setting. Additionally, it utilizes Human Rights Education (HRE) to teach students how to ask for and receive permission, and practice consent in all interactions. The guide features seven experiential lesson plans, each tailored for students ages 8-12, with appropriate guidelines, methods, tools, and tips for educators.
Message Consent Digital Learning Hub and Interactive Training Modules
The Message Consent Digital Learning Hub is an inclusive online learning environment designed to enhance the skills of elementary school teachers and education professionals in teaching consent as a life skill using a human rights-based and child-centered approach. The hub hosts interactive training modules and use micro-learning methodology, which is suitable for both teachers and students, as it simplifies complex concepts for young learners.
Capacity Building activities for teachers: a series of local workshops and an international LTTA
This result engages elementary school teachers and education professionals in integrating human rights education practices and teaching consent as a life skill into the regular curriculum. It builds on the development of the Message Consent Guide for Teachers, Experiential Learning Lesson Plans, and the Message Consent Digital Learning Hub with Interactive Training Modules. Through these efforts, the work package seeks to promote the overall objectives of the project.