Archive for November 2022

Seven School Safety Exercise Objectives That Actually Help Teachers, Police, Fire, and EMS | SDP196

School safety exercises often involve #school staff, #students and agencies (police/fire/EMS), but lack measurable learning objectives. What did exercise coordinators specifically measure during and following the exercise? Does everyone need to participate in the safety exercise, or should some staff and students be assigned to different roles, such as observers? Is it OK to include…

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The Meteoric Rise of High School Esports | What You Need to Know | Guest Mike Dahle | SDP195

More youth are participating in Esports – and it’s nothing like the trope stereotype of “gamer kids” isolated  in their basements, chomping on chips and sipping sodas while gaming online with other kids in similar grunge contexts. In this episode, Esports expert Mike Dahle will help to accurately inform us about school Esports, including how…

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Citizen’s Arrest – What You Should Know | Your Jury Trial Rights | Guest Attorney Legalman | SDP193

Can I make a citizen’s arrest? What are the implications of taking matters into your own hands? How might you defend your decision to a judge or jury? The Safety Doc welcomes the Legalman to this episode to address those questions and to delve into the Legalman’s perspectives, juries, voting, political propaganda, and government overreach.…

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