RPG and Child Abuse Recognition & Intervention Strategies

by Hawke Robinson published 2016/10/23 00:25:00 GMT-7, last modified 2022-11-12T09:29:12-07:00


Originally posted June 2nd, 2016

Phew! Just made the midnight deadline for a final paper in one of my PSYC 484 classes this quarter on "Child Abuse: Recognition & Intervention Strategies". 
Developing a high level hypothetical program plan for educators to provide an abuse intervention and prevention training program for the local school district. Of course I chose various forms of RPG as the modalities of instruction. Unfortunately the class requires low page count maximums, so it is light in the details, but hopefully the general gist is helpful. After is graded, I'll upload the draft to the RPG Research project website for feedback and ideas to develop a more robust and "real world" plan. 
Onward to finals next week in Psychology of Trauma & PTSD. Been a "lovely" quarter with such "light" subject material. :-)

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