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Sexual Misconduct

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The Latest about HIV and AIDS: What Every Student Still Needs to Know

There is still no cure for AIDS, and teens and people in their 20s account for most of the new cases of HIV infection. Using crisp animations, the program clearly details how HIV invades CD4 cells and weakens the body’s immune system and can lead to AIDS. Program debunks myths about how the virus is transmitted and identifies those behaviors that do—and do not—put people at risk of HIV infection. Program reviews the most recent information on HIV testing and stresses the importance of treatment for protecting your health and the health of others. A variety of HIV-positive people describe how they got infected, why they got tested and how their lives have been affected by the virus. A separate, optional segment on the DVD includes two short, condom demonstrations: one for the male condom (four minutes) and one for the female condom (four minutes). You may choose whether or not to show them, depending on your school’s HIV curriculum and community standards.

Grades 7-College  24 min.   2012 

A Culture of Cruelty, v. 5 [For Teachers and Staff]

A Culture of Cruelty explores the immediate and long-term impact of the pervasive climate of ridicule and peer harassment on students. Interviews with experienced teachers, counselors, community members, parents and experts in human behavior address the continuum of behaviors, from general harassment to sexual misconduct.
Teachers and Staff            20 min.           1999            V-5017

Teachers and Staff
Avoid Harm and Liability, v. 3

A 16 minute video that provides educators with basic definitions of sexual harassment and sexual abuse, and the legal criteria to detect sexual harassment. This video also discusses district and supervisor liability that may occur if complaints are not properly investigated. Includes a reproducible booklet and outline of the video content.
Teachers, Counselors, Administrators           15-20 min.           1996            V-5033

Teachers, Counselors, Administr
Children, the Internet and Pornography (Volumes 1,2,3)

With the rapid growth of the Internet and its many benefits it also has a dark side. Today children are being exposed to porn via the internet at an alarming rate. In this video series, we will show you as the educator, caregiver and parent, how to deal with this phenomenon. From preschool, jr. high and high school the warning signs to look for, installing parental controls, parental involvement, the role of the educator or caregiver, group therapy and much more...
Adult          23 min./19 min./24 min.          2004          DVD-5078

Adult
The Dangers of Sexting: What Teens Need to Know (cc)

In a recent survey, one in five teens admitted to sending nude or semi-nude photos or videos and more than half said it was common for explicit photos and text messages to be passed around among friends. View teens' real stories: a girl recounts how an explicit picture of her became widely circulated in her school; a boy expresses regret at posting pictures of a girlfriend after they had broken up. A law enforcement official drives home the legal consequences of sexting. Using a peer-to-peer approach, teens talk about the importance of resisting pressures to engage in sexting. They emphasize that you can't assume that anything you send or post is going to remain private; that you can't change your mind once something is out there in cyberspace; and that what you may think is a harmless joke may be interpreted very differently by someone else. Includes a Bonus feature for Parents and Teachers: Elizabeth Schroeder, an internationally recognized trainer, consultant and author in sexuality education, provides information that every parent and teacher needs to know about why teens sext and what consequences they face.
Grades 7-12           17 min.           2010           DVD-5137

Grades 7-12
Don't Suffer in Silence: Sexual Harassment

When a group of students decide to make a video about sexual harassment, they encounter a female student who actually is being sexually harassed. They convince her to report the situation to a counselor. The counselor conducts a hearing, interviewing the targeted student as well as the harasser himself. Intertwined with the story are interviews with law enforcement and school officials who define what sexual harassment is, show how targeted students can empower themselves, and explain a range of consequences for students who harass others. PLEASE SPECIFY IF YOU WOULD LIKE A VHS OR DVD COPY.
High School            29 min.           2003            DVD-5079

High School
Flirting or Hurting? When Is It Okay, When Is It Harassment? (cc)

Even for adults, it can be challenging to figure out what actions and words constitute flirting and what behaviors cross the boundaries into sexual harassment. For middle schoolers, who are just making their entry into a more complex social world, these distinctions are often beyond their grasp. This program uses a blend of realistic dramatic scenarios, on-screen narrators and a round table discussion featuring real students to show young viewers the difference between real flirting (welcome, wanted, respectful and fun) and hurting (unwelcome, unwanted, one-sided, makes you feel bad). Viewers learn what it means to cross the line—whether in person, through texting or on-line—and are reminded of the serious consequences for both the target and the harasser. Helpful “flirting” tips are offered by an expert as well as advice on how to react to behaviors that are not appropriate or welcome.

Grades 5 - 9           20 min.           2011           DVD-5146

Grades 7 - College
GHB Drug-Induced Rape

Sexual assault is robbery of the highest degree. Victims lose something very personal that can never be reclaimed - control of the intimacy and privacy of the sex act. Drug-induced rapes leave a memory gap that will never be regained. Veteran detective Trinka D. Porrata talks candidily to viewers about drug-facilitated rape. The video focuses on three main areas - how drug-induced rapes occure; what individuals can do to protect themselves and their friends from such incidents; and what a person should do if it happen to them. Rohypnol and Gamma Hydroxy Butrate (GHB) are two of the most common sedatives used by sexual predators. Both drugs can be dropped into a drink when no one is looking and can incapacitate a person for several hours, allowing a suspect ample time to transport and sexually assault the victim. Detective Porrata discusses the ffects of both substances, focusing on GHB, the more dangerous of the two drugs. If individuals attend fraternity parties, go on blind dates, drink alone or meet people in bars, airports and restaurants, they increase their chances of becoming a victim of drug-induced rape. This program can help viewers reduce their risk through vital education and prevention techniques.
High School - Adult          16 min.            1999              V-4062

High School - Adult
Handling Dating Pressures and Harassment, v. 6

How to say no to abuse and learn the importance of building healthy, positive relationships.
Grades 9 & up           28 min.           1997            VHS

Grades 9 & up
The Healing Years (cc)

THE HEALING YEARS is a documentary taking a bold look at the profound effects of child sexual abuse on individuals, families and society, and the importance of recovery as a key to ending the cycle of abuse. The program profiles three women survivors of incest from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds - Marilyn Van Derbur, former Miss America; Janice Mirikitani, President of San Francisco's renowned Glide Memorial Church; and Barbara Hamilton, a 78-year old survivor. These women bear witness to the emotional dysfunction, addiction, perpetuation of abuse, and detrimental impact this crime has on families and society. Yet, the program is ultimately inspiring as we witness their recovery from victims to empowered women, ending the cycle of child sexual abuse in our families or communities where incest and abuse is widely prevalent.
High School - Adult           52 min.           1999          V-130  or   DVD-130

High School - Adult
In & Out of Control: Emotional, Physical, and Sexual Violence

In & Out of Control: Emotional, Physical, and Sexual Violence provides insight into the psychological complexities of violence from the viewpoint of the witness, victim, and perpetrator. Explores how heredity, environment, and substance abuse can make a person predisposed to violence. Examines the influence of alcohol and other drugs on domestic, sexual, and random violence. Identifies triggers to violence and presents methods of treatment and prevention.
Adult            38 min.           1997           V-131

Adult
In Our Schools, v. 6

A 15 minute community relations video designed to educate parents, guardians and people in the community about the issue of sexual harassment and your school's efforts to reduce the incidents of such conduct.
Parents, Guides, and Community            15-20 min.           1996           V-5036

Parents, Guides, and Community
Investigation: Template and Techniques, v. 4

A video for educators, managers and staff responsible for making any type of written record of a sexual harassment or abuse complaint. Provides an overview of the investigation process, illustrative examples and a documentation model for complaint intake and investigation report preparation. Includes complete investigation manual.
Teachers, Counselors, Administrators           15-20 min.           1996            V-5034

Teachers, Counselors, Administr
Just the Facts, Ma'am, v. 6

Addressing how to investigate and document when necessary, this video is for those responsible for taking action and following through on concerns or complaints regarding violence, bullying and sexual harassment. It includes investigation techniques and documentation for reports and discipline.
Teachers, Counselors, Administrators           26 min.           1999           V-5018

Teachers, Counselors, Administr
Learning the Game, v. 3

This video nurtures the children's budding sense of empathy and accountability for their own actions. Class instruction focuses on the lessons learned by the main characters in Show and Tell! The Movie regarding violence, bullying and sexual harassment.
Ages 7 - 9            14 min.           1999           V-5015

Ages 7 - 9
Let's Get Real (cc)

Name-calling and bullying have reached epidemic proportions in schools today. Let's Get Real gives young people the chance to speak up in their own words about the real issues behind the problem. With amazing courage and candor, the students featured in Let's Get Real discuss racial differences, perceived sexual orientation, disabilities, religious differences, sexual harassment and more. From the youth who are targeted to the students who pick on them to those who find the courage to intervene, Let's Get Real examines bullying from the full range of perspectives. This poignant film educates audiences of all ages about why we can no longer accept name-calling and bullying as just a normal rite of passage. Recommended for students in grades six through nine and all adults who work with or care for them. The video contains a 35-minute uninterrupted version of Let's Get Real immediately followed by an instructional version that includes breaks for discussion, which are detailed in the accompanying 135 page comprehensive curriculum guide.
Junior High - High School            35 min.           2003           V-5070

Junior High - High School
NOW/Rape in the Military & "Unselling" Meth

Last year, nearly 1,400 women reported being assaulted and raped by their fellow soldiers - in some cases by their commanding officers. The shocking phenomenon has a label: military sexual trauma. NOW returns to the subject for an updated report and talks to women who've been victimized while serving in the military. Idaho's First Lady Lori Otter and Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd are interviewed on NOW ON PBS, a weekly video newsmagazine that airs on Idaho Public Television. In August 2007, NOW ON PBS reported on a unique drug-prevention program that has been having great success in a neighboring state. The Montana Meth Project targets 12- to 17-year-olds with hard-hitting ads and billboards, using the tag line "Not Even Once" to warn them of the dangers of methamphetamines. Since the project's inception in 2005, teen meth use in Montana has declined 45%, adult meth use has declined 72% and meth-related crime has declined 62% in the state. The project has expanded to Illinois, Wyoming, Arizona and Idaho. The NOW ON PBS team visited Idaho to see how the program is being received here. During one segment of the show, they meet with First Lady Lori Otter, who has made fighting the use of methamphetamines a core issue. They also interview Mayor Tammy de Weerd of Meridian, who has seen first-hand how meth addiction can affect a family: her oldest daughter was addicted to the drug. 5/23/2008 - Idaho Meth Project Highlighted on National PBS NOW Program

http://www.pbs.org/now/shows/421/video-seg2.html


High School - Adult              25 min.              2008              DVD

High School - Adult
Pay Attention: Don't Be a Victim!, v. 2

A 15 minute video that trains students in the proper steps to take if they have been sexually harassed by another student or adult in their school, or if they see it happening to someone else. Includes a reproducible booklet and lesson plans.
Training for Students            15-20 min.           1996            V-5032

Grades 7 & up
ProtecTeens

ProtecTeens is a video presentation and resource kit created to educate parents about the potential danger to their children from sexual predators on the Internet. http://www2.state.id.us/AG/protecteens/index.htm
Adult            23 min.           2005            DVD-5089

Adult
Real People: Talking About Sexual Harassment

Any type of harassment is difficult to cope with, but sexual harassment in particular is not only devastating, but illegal as well. This workshop presents vigentes that show teens, who often have no idea that their behavior could be construed as harassment, exactly what sexual harassment looks and sounds like. A nationally known expert offers insight and commentary.
Junior High - High School            21 min.           2001            V-5065

Junior High - High School
Reality Matters: Under the Influence

This program sends a strong anti-alcohol message to underage drinkers and sober adolescents alike through the firsthand experiences of teens, most of whom started drinking in junior high. Their collective story begins with the social, environmental, and genetic factors that led them to it; it continues through a destructive cycle of alcohol-motivated choices, such as fighting, stealing, and DUI; and ends in rehab, though their scars-for one, the knowledge that he almost killed his best friend in a drunken car wreck; for another, the awareness that she was sexually assaulted after passing out at a party-will be with them forever. Also, alcohol's stunting effect on the learning center of the brain is described. A Discovery Channel Production. PLEASE SPECIFY IF YOU WOULD LIKE A DVD OR VHS COPY.
Grades 6 - 12            24 min.              2003             DVD-4150

Grades 6 - 12
Sexual Harassment: Minimize the Risk Series

A 20 minute "MTV-style" video designed specifically for students ages 12-19 that shows what sexual harassment looks like and how it feels, through the use of powerful dramatizations and examples. Includes a reproducible booklet and lesson plans.
Training for Students            20 min.           1996           V-5031

Training for Students
The Ten Signs of Relationship Abuse (cc)

Combining powerful interviews of battered and verbally abused teens with expert commentary, video delivers key facts about dating abuse. Emotional abuse includes isolation from friends, family, and outside activities; using insulting names or degrading terms; displaying jealousy and possessiveness; controlling a partner's clothing choices and behavior; using excessive cell phone use to monitor behavior; and threatening self-harm to control behavior. Sexual and physical abuse includes extreme roughhousing; pushing, grabbing, restraining, and other violent behaviors that don't leave marks or bruises; touching a partner's body in ways that make him/her feel uncomfortable; and making threats as a means of coercing a partner's consent to sexual activity. Teen speakers and dating abuse experts offer helpful advice on how teens can get away from potentially unhealthy, dangerous relationships.
Grades 7 - College            28 min.           2008            DVD-5144

Grades 7 - College
The Truth About Sex

More than half of all teenagers have had sex before they're 18 years old. Therefore, it's not surprising that a teenager contracts a sexually transmitted disease every 10 seconds in America. Over 3,000 teenage girls become pregnant every day. Parents and teenagers are often too uncomfortable or too embarrassed to discuss the risks associated with sex. The Teen Files: The Truth About Sex forces teenagers to face the hard-hitting realities of having sex too young, including unwanted pregnancies and STDs. Viewers are introduced to several sexually active teenagers, many of whom are having unprotected sex. Two teens discuss the struggles of becoming parents at such a young age, while another young couple faces the possibility that they could be pregnant. A group of teenagers tour a microbiology lab, where hundreds of cases of sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed each year, and participate in a "mock AIDS test". Lisa, a 33-year-old heterosexual woman with full-blown AIDS, shares her story.
High School            45 min.           1999           VHS

High School
The Truth About Sex (School Version)

More than half of all teenagers have had sex before they're 18 years old. Therefore, it's not surprising that a teenager contracts a sexually transmitted disease every 10 seconds in America. Over 3,000 teenage girls become pregnant every day. Parents and teenagers are often too uncomfortable or too embarrassed to discuss the risks associated with sex. The Teen Files: The Truth About Sex forces teenagers to face the hard-hitting realities of having sex too young, including unwanted pregnancies and STDs. Viewers are introduced to several sexually active teenagers, many of whom are having unprotected sex. Two teens discuss the struggles of becoming parents at such a young age, while another young couple faces the possibility that they could be pregnant. A group of teenagers tour a microbiology lab, where hundreds of cases of sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed each year, and participate in a "mock AIDS test". Lisa, a 33-year-old heterosexual woman with full-blown AIDS, shares her story.
High School            30 min.           1999            VHS

High School
Vital Do's and Don'ts, v. 5

A video that discusses preliminary considerations to conducting an investigation into claims of sexual harassment and abuse. This video addresses important issues such as how to set up the interview, handle press coverage, interact with your union, work in conjunction with law enforcement, and handle concerns regarding confidentiality and retaliation. Includes reproducible booklet and outline of the video content.
Teachers, Counselors, Administrators           15-20 min.           1996            V-5035

Teachers, Counselors, Administr
You and Me, v. 2

This sensitive and lively video engages younger students in learning how to respect each other and how to seek help when they need it. You and Me addresses hurtful teasing, bullying and inappropriate sexualized behavior, starting character education as early as possible.
Ages 4 - 6            15 min.           1999           V-5014

Ages 4 - 6