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Judicial Educator

As part of your educational sanction, you have been referred to The Judicial Educator Service. Select the Judicial Educator module indicated on your outcome document. To ensure that your participation and completion of the module is appropriately routed, please enter judicial@uw.edu in the appropriate field when prompted.

Directions for completing module(s):

  1. Turn off all pop-up blockers.
  2. Do not use private browsing or an equivalent mode.
  3. Sign in using the user name and password provided on your outcome paperwork (all lower case letters).
  4. Click on the link to your assigned module.
  5. Read the directions and begin the training module.
  6. After you have completed the presentation, an email notification form will appear. To receive credit for the module, you must fill out and submit this form. Enter your name and email address along with judicial@uw.edu.

Please choose the topic you were assigned as indicated in your outcome paperwork:

Module 1: Healthy Relationships

Module 2: Anger Management

Module 3: Community Living From Me to We

Module 5: Personal Decision Making

Module 7: Safe Living on a College Campus

Module 8: Alcohol Education 101 Choosing a Direction

Module 9: Marijuana

Module 10: Fire Safety

Module 11: Successfully Living With a Roommate

Module 13: Civility and Respect

Module 15: Alcohol 102: Choosing Options

Module 16: Smoking

Module 18: Understanding and Managing Conflict

Module 19: Online Citizenship 100

Module 21: Personal and Physical Cleanliness in the Residence Hall

Module 23: Alcohol Lesson I

Module 26: Bystander Education

Module 1: Healthy Relationship

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Increase self-awareness of personal values around relationships
  • Reflect on decisions regarding interpersonal relationships
  • Identify the basic components of a healthy relationship
  • Provide tools to maintain healthy relationships

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Module 2: Anger Management

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Understand how to manage anger
  • Increase understanding of personal behaviors
  • Increase the likelihood of productive and respectful interactions in the future.

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Module 3: Community Living From Me to We

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Define the concept of community and its relevance to living in the residence halls and apartments
  • Identify strategies for being a good community member and managing conflict
  • Identify strategies to find balance to contribute to the community and strive for autonomy
  • Understand the difference between individual rights as a community member and the responsibilities that accompany them

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Module 5: Personal Decision Making

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Identify how to exercise sound judgment when decision making
  • Define and understand the five steps to decision making
  • Identify the potential impacts of your actions and taking responsibility for them
  • Reflect on putting your decisions into appropriate action

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Module 7: Safe Living on a College Campus

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Identify the importance of locking room doors and possession of keys and ID card
  • Identify the importance of understanding basic fire safety skills
  • Identify strategies for safe travel on campus, including keeping others informed and attention to surroundings
  • Understand responsibility when hosting guests in the residence halls and apartments
  • Identify strategies for off-campus safety

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Module 8: Alcohol Education 101–Choosing a Direction

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Identify characteristics of high risk alcohol consumption
  • Identify positives and negatives of alcohol consumption
  • Reflect on actual vs. perceived social norms regarding alcohol consumption
  • Utilize strategies to help identify if there is a problem with alcohol consumption
  • Understand the long-term effects of alcohol consumption

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Module 9: Marijuana

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Understand policies regarding marijuana and possible ramifications for violating policy
  • Understand how the brain and body react to THC and other chemicals in marijuana
  • Reflect on the personal and societal impact of marijuana

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Module 10: Fire Safety

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Gain knowledge of current events and news about fires on campus
  • Identify how student actions and choices affect personal safety
  • Identify strategies for evacuation in the event of fire

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Module 11: Successfully Living With a Roommate

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Understand the connections between communication and successful roommate relationships
  • Identify communication and conflict styles
  • Identify win-win communication strategies
  • Understand typical roommate conflicts and alternate solutions
  • Reflect on personal management of roommate conflict

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Module 13: Civility and Respect

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Understand the concept of civility and respect
  • Define authority and how it plays a role in your college experience
  • Identify strategies for maintain civility in times of disagreement and hardship
  • Identify potential impacts of civil and uncivil behaviors

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Module 15: Alcohol 102 Choosing Options

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Define and debunk the myths surrounding alcohol consumption on a college campus
  • Reflect on personal drinking behaviors including average number of drinks per week, binge drinking, and unsafe behavior
  • Identify the characteristics of abuse, dependence and addiction
  • Identify the effects alcohol dependence has on the brain

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Module 16: Smoking

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Gain knowledge of statistics and facts about smoking
  • Identify the dangers of secondhand smoke and smokeless tobacco
  • Identify strategies for quitting and stages of change
  • Reflect on short- and long-term strategies to quit smoking

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Module 18: Understanding and Managing Conflict

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Identify commonly held viewpoints on conflict
  • Define and understand conflict
  • Define the five basic conflict styles
  • Reflect on strategies for handling conflict situations

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Module 19: Online Citizenship 100

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Understand copyright laws and their application to the Internet
  • Understand the risks of sharing information online
  • Identify safety tips for blogs and social networking sites
  • Identify steps to prevent cyberstalking and identity theft
  • Understand how to balance technology use

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Module 21: Personal and Physical Cleanliness in the Residence Hall

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Describe the importance of cleanliness in a residential environment
  • Understand the ramifications of an unclean living environment
  • Identify the importance of personal hygiene
  • Gain knowledge of effective cleaning tips
  •  Gain knowledge of pest control

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Module 23: Alcohol Lesson I

The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Identify and define blood alcohol content and its impacts both physically and psychologically
  • Identify the positives and negatives of alcohol consumption
  • Normalize the true college experience with alcohol vs. the stylized college experience
  • Identify the long-term impacts of sustained alcohol usage

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Module 26: Bystander Education

 The purpose of this assignment is to:

  • Define and identify the bystander role and its importance
  • Inform, instruct and engage students to become active leaders and bystanders
  • Identify and define the stages of being an active bystander
  • Identify the reason why an individual might be reluctant to intervene in a social situation

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If you have questions about your assigned Judicial Educator module, please contact the Residential Life Conduct Office at 206-543-7725 or judicial@uw.edu.

Failure to complete and/or adhere to the terms of your sanction(s) may result in an additional charge of noncompliance and/or a hold being placed on your UW registration.