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Informed and Engaged Teaching: Gender, Sexuality, and Equity-How to Handle Student Disclosures - Shared screen with speaker view
Cynthia Coe (she/her/hers)
55:59
https://www.cwu.edu/inclusivity/events
Col'Lette Gauvin (she/her)
01:07:12
Here is the link:https://www.cwu.edu/resources-reports/cwup-2-35-075-reporting-behaviors-concern
Col'Lette Gauvin (she/her)
01:09:22
Behavior of Concernhttps://www.cwu.edu/student-rights/report-behaviors-concern
Cynthia Coe (she/her/hers)
01:26:41
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1VWzs4rTlWYVXoBlZSU8naRWY87LroyXaaW1Q18M5OzI/edit?usp=sharing
Claudia Dumitrescu (she/her/hers)
01:35:58
I apologize yo my Group #8, I did not mean to get out :(
Maili Jonas (she/her/hers)
01:36:04
Group 12 question: What are specific phrasing or concerns we should keep in mind when students of minoritized groups express disclosures specific to their lived experiences?
Laura Brant (she/her/hers)
01:36:58
Question 1- What if the student doesn’t define what happened as sexual assault and interpesonal violence? Do we still report? Should we ask questions?Question 2- Advice on how to handle situations in the work environment where an investigation was inconclusive or did not rise to the level of a policy violation? Still uncomfortable and difficult to manage.
Brandy Wiegers
01:37:17
Can we email the resources after workshop to all registered?
Geraldine O'Mahony
01:38:38
But we don’t want to further victimize student/reporter. If they don’t perceive it as such, why should I tell them what to feel?
Marissa Howat she/her
01:38:39
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Amber Hay
01:38:48
How does reporting work if a student states or alludes to a possible Title IX reporting issue in an academic assignment for a class?
Marissa Howat she/her
01:38:54
https://www.cwu.edu/wecare/
Deitra Underhill (she/her)
01:39:11
A question that came up in Group 2 was: What are some ways we can set boundaries with students who “latch” onto you after they have initially disclosed to you? Keep referring them toward resources…
Toni Woodman
01:41:13
What if the student shares that they have already been working with Title IX resources on campus? Do we still need to report just in case?
A.I. Ross (they/them)
01:41:13
Group 1 came up with the following questions: What if a student discloses off-campus, like if they see you at Safeway? And what if the incident occurred off-campus?
Natashia Lindsey
01:42:00
How can we handle this when a student discloses assault or harassment and the perpetrator is a student in the same department? Fields like theatre may require those students to be in close proximity to each other. How do we protect the survivor and not limit their ability to learn and participate in the department productions, etc..?
Griff Tester (he/him/his)
01:43:15
Group #4: How much autonomy does the Title IX coordinator have / whose interest is being centered (the student’s or CWU’s)?
Marissa Howat she/her
01:54:03
Syllabus Language: As a CWU employee I am a designated “responsible employee.” This means that when disclosures of sexual violence (including domestic violence, stalking, harassment, and sexual assault, including rape) are made to me, I am required to complete a report to our Title IX Coordinator. Our university has multiple options for students to provide disclosures and seek resources confidentially. Learn more by visiting https://www.cwu.edu/wecare/reporting-sexual-violence.
Cynthia Coe (she/her/hers)
01:54:26
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Jason Tucholke
01:54:33
Thank you for the language!
Natashia Lindsey
01:55:16
Thank you for this workshop!
Toni Woodman
01:55:22
Thank you!!