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Child Abuse Policy Training. November 29, 2013. Goals. Understand process of reporting a child abuse allegation. Understand how to ask appropriate questions. True or False. Independent Schools have a different policy compared to public schools? True

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Child abuse policy training

Child Abuse Policy Training

November 29, 2013


Goals
Goals

  • Understand process of reporting a child abuse allegation.

  • Understand how to ask appropriate questions.


True or false
True or False

  • Independent Schools have a different policy compared to public schools?

    True

  • Teachers must figure out if allegations are true before reporting to the MCFD.

    False

  • Both principals and the head of school need to be notified of any report.

    True


Scenario
Scenario

  • Partner up with a teacher from a different division.

  • You will be given a role to be a teacher or a student

  • Go through this scenario to the best of your ability.


Child abuse reporting
Child Abuse Reporting

Process of reporting

  • Fill out PA Report Form

  • Contact MCFD

  • Give Report to Principal

  • Principal give copy to Head


Asking questions
Asking Questions

  • Questions should be open-ended.

  • Students should provide information freely, with little prompting.

  • After conversation, write down everything and use quotes whenever possible. (You may want student to repeat the statements a second time.)


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