Activity 2A: Intake
Video: Intake (10:18)
Warm-Up Activities for Creating Safe Spaces
"I Come From." The warm-up activity suggested in Activity 2A was developed by Sarah McArdell Moore, Madison, Wisconsin.
"Discussion Starters: Living in a Multi-Faith Society," Diversity and Dialoguewww.betterlanguageteaching.com/esl-activities/85-warmup-activities
Activity 2C: Making Decisions
Example of Youth Court
McCullum Youth Court is a restorative solution for youth offenders run entirely by and for youth.
Extension: Exploring Local Diversionary Options
Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY), Oakland, CA
McCullum Youth Court, Oakland, CA
Students may also watch a video about McCullum Youth Court (17:15)
San Diego Juvenile Drug Court, San Diego, CA
Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives (VIDA), Los Angeles, CA
Project Towards No Drug Abuse (TND), Alhambra, CA
State-by-State Information on Juvenile Justice Policies and Practices
National Center for Juvenile Justice
State Juvenile Justice Profiles
National Association of Youth Courts, Yout Courts Across the USA
Activity 2D: Comparing Perspectives
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Program, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Girls Study Group: Understanding and Responding to Girls’ Delinquency. January 2009.
Ally Jamieson, MSW. Resiliency and Protective Factors. Positive Human Development, Portland, Oregon, August 2010. www.positivehumandevelopment.com/uploads/1/0/0/4/1004952/ resiliency_and_protective_factors.pdf
Jeffrey M. Jenson and Mark W. Fraser. Chapter 1: A Risk and Resilience Framework for Child, Youth, and Family Policy. Social Policy for Children and Families. 2011.
David Osher, Kimberly T. Kendziora, & others. "Growing Resilience: Creating Opportunities for Resilience to Thrive." Reaching Today's Youth, 3(4), 38-45, 1999.