Resources to support you to use Talking Respect
We have developed additional resources to support effective use of Talking Respect, including:
- Activity poster resources
- Facilitator preparation resources
- Evaluation resources
Activity Poster Resources
The poster resources have been designed to support facilitators to deliver the two Talking Respect activities.
They can be used as prompts for group discussion, or as a tool for supporting written and/or drawn responses.
They may be particularly useful in groups where it is difficult to engage members to participate verbally. The posters are designed to be printed on thick A3 paper or card and laminated.
Facilitator preparation resources
The role of the facilitator is key in the effective delivery of violence prevention education. Education about issues related to relationships, violence, sexuality and sexually explicit imagery can be very challenging and confronting for teachers and other facilitators working with young people. Facilitators will enter this work at different levels of competence and confidence. Talking Respect provides information to support facilitators to reflect on their knowledge, skills and support, and what they can do to feel better equipped
Evaluation is important because it helps us to ensure our education efforts are actually achieving their aims. Although observation and conversation can provide important insights into the value of an education program, using evaluation tools such as pre-and post-delivery questionnaires can provide more in-depth and measurable insights into the experiences of facilitators and participants and ensure that the perspectives of those less likely to share their views in a group are also heard.
The evaluation tools available here have been designed to support you to evaluate your use of Talking Respect.
We want your feedback
How can we make Talking Respect better? We would love you to tell us about your experiences of using Talking Respect and send us the results of any evaluation you do using these evaluation resources. Your feedback will be used to inform any adaptations to its delivery for future use. Contact us here