Real World Safety for High School and College Students
Real World Safety is a life skills curriculum for high school and college students.
Real World Safety is a leadership curriculum for colleges, high schools and youth clubs that consists of 14 lessons led by an instructor OR completed outside of school hours by a student through an online learning application. The instructional flow develops a proactive mindset by using one topic to fuel inquiry into the next, creating a collective curriculum linking together each facet of safe decision-making from awareness and life transitions to personal responsibility.
Mindset Matters and Atomic Learning have partnered together to bring the most innovative preventative personal safety training to your high school and college students 24/7 through our online learning application. Please email us directly to inquire about our life skills curriculum for your students: email@example.com.
Get started by downloading a zip file that contains all of the Real World Safety Teacher Guides.
Effects of Stress
Learn about physical and mental limitations that result from physiological effects of stress, safely experience limitations, and discuss how to overcome limitations.
Effects of Stress (Part 1 of 2)
Effects of Stress (Part 2 of 2)
Teacher Guide - Stress
Four Plans of Action
Learn four plans of action when confronted with a real or perceived threat to personal safety, including increasing distance, introducing a barricade, looking for escape or help, and defending yourself.
Action Plans (Part 1 of 2)
Action Plans (Part 2 of 2)
Teacher Guide - Action Plans
Learn the reality of threats to personal safety and how a fighting spirit and survivor mindset can save your life.
Mindset (Part 1 of 1)
Teacher Guide - Mindset
Learn what instinct is and how it can be used to increase personal safety.
Instinct (Part 1 of 1)
Teacher Guide - Instinct
How to Identify a Threat
Learn how threat assessment is the act of looking at and assessing the capability and intent of those around us and how to take action if threats are observed.
How to Identify a Threat (Part 1 of 1)
Teacher Guide - How to Identify a Threat
Threat Assessment Application
Learn how to assess threats and then use those assessments to categorize people into neutral, possible threats, and threats.
Threat Assessment Application (Part 1 of 1)
Teacher Guide - Threat Assessment Application
How to Assess Your Environment
Learn how to assess environments by the level of access control and the category of people around us and how to take action if a dangerous environment is observed.
How to Assess Your Environment (Part 1 of 1)
Teacher Guide - How to Assess Your Environment
Environmental Assessment Application
Learn how to assess environments and then use those assessments to categorize environments into safe, normal, and dangerous.
Environmental Assessment Application (Part 1 of 1)