This resource includes a two-page worksheet intended to be used with Jessica Ladd's short TED Talk, "The Reporting System Sexual Assault Survivors Want."
From TED: We don't have to live in a world where 99 percent of rapists get away with it, says TED Fellow Jessica Ladd. With Callisto, a new platform for college students to confidentially report sexual assault, Ladd is helping survivors get the support and justice they deserve while respecting their privacy concerns. "We can create a world where there's a real deterrent to violating the rights of another human being," she says.
This lesson is appropriate for a High School-level Social Studies, English, or Health course. (Due to the sensitive nature of the content, this TED lesson may not be appropriate for middle school-aged students.)
The TED Talk video can be found on ted.com or YouTube.
****This TED Lesson is also part of a TED Talk Bundle: Ending the Silence on Abuse****
TED Talk Bundle: Ending the Silence on Abuse