Prevention of radicalisation for students - Teaching tool

Provider: flick learning limited
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Description This course is an informative and flexible teaching tool, suitable for students and pupils of secondary school age and upwards. Designed for use either as a stand-alone e-learning course or as part of a blended learning solution to be delivered alongside classroom discussion.
Duration 32 minutes

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This prevention of radicalisation course for students is an informative and flexible teaching tool, suitable for students and pupils of secondary school age and upwards. Designed  for use either as a stand-alone e-learning course  or as part of a blended learning solution to be delivered alongside classroom discussion.

Containing video footage, animation, discussion points, real-life accounts, interactivity and quizzes –  such as ‘So, how vulnerable to radicalisation are you’? or ‘What would life be like if you joined ISIS?’ The four parts of the course cover extremism, terrorism, radicalisation and prevention of radicalisation.

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Topic 1: what is extremism?
An introduction to what extremism is, a look at the history of extremism and modern day extremism – including Islamist and right-wing extremism – and fears about extremism.

Topic 2: violent extremism
Covers hate crime and terrorism, with a particular look at the events of 9/11 and the impact it has had, and the definition of radicalisation.

Topic 3: radicalisation
A look at the forms of radicalisation, the relationship between propaganda and radicalisation, social media and also featuring the radicalisation risk quiz.

Topic 4: signs, consequences and actions
How to spot the signs of radicalisation, what the consequences of it are, and what action to take if it is suspected.

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