The first video that I was able to implement in high school in three counties dealt with substance abuse and drunk driving in 2001, which helped reduce DWI among teens by 30%.
Today, more people are aware of the enormous problem we have in America about human trafficking the ever before, and now that we are aware, let’s start fighting. I’d like to introduce is two very credible and successful training methods to help fight against this horrific crime of slavery that often begins with children.
The first method is training for first responders who are law enforcement and medical professional who often have the first contact with a victim during an arrested or 911 call. The training utilizes experts in the field to education first responders on how to handle domestic violence, which provides intelligent ways to deal with the criminal mind and how to rescue women and children from dangerous situations. Considering the positive outcomes law enforcement agencies are having simply by having the right tools to make right decisions, personal insight to better understand warning signs to find answers - then why not pull together the brightness minds and most experienced to deal with and train against human trafficking.
The second method and significant line of defense is training youth against abduction and grooming with age-appropriate gamified e-learning. The first video that I was able to implement in high school in three counties dealt with substance abuse and drunk driving in 2001, which helped reduce DWI among teens by 30% amount teens so I know firsthand how visual education can work. We include education from seasoned professionals like Richard Wistocki, with over 300 online predator arrests and the prevention of 57 school shootings with in-school education programs. In-school learning through interests, challenges, and awards can help children understand the dangers and warning signs of predators. We use the same intelligence that educates officers and also include child advocates and other professionals from around the country with the most current techniques traffickers are using to fulfill the US demand for these slaves.
E-learning has been quite successful in recent generations of students. With the advancements in technology and the internet, students now have access to a wide range of educational resources and online courses. E-learning offers flexibility, allowing students to learn at their own pace and in their preferred environment. It also provides opportunities for personalized learning, as students can choose courses that align with their interests and goals. Additionally, e-learning often incorporates interactive elements, such as quizzes, videos, and simulations, that can enhance the learning experience. Overall, e-learning has proven to be an effective and convenient way of gaining knowledge and skills for many students. Yes, learning performance can be improved with gamification. Gamification is the process of incorporating game elements, such as competition, rewards, and achievements, into non-game contexts, like education. By applying gamification techniques, the learning experience becomes more engaging and enjoyable for students, which can lead to increased motivation and better learning outcomes. Gamification can provide students with clear goals and objectives, as well as a sense of progress and accomplishment as they complete tasks and earn rewards. This can help maintain their interest and focus, ultimately improving their learning performance. Furthermore, gamification often encourages active participation and problem-solving, as students are motivated to overcome challenges and achieve higher scores or levels. This can enhance critical thinking skills and encourage a deeper understanding of the subject matter. By leveraging gamification in the learning process, educators can create a more immersive and interactive environment that can positively impact students' learning performance.
Please help build these two worthy tools to educate first responders when making contact with victims of human trafficking and educate millions of children to help identify their adductors and keep them out of danger. Please read about each of these valuable tools.