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The Reward Foundation is a pioneering relationship and sex education charity accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners. We focus on teaching about the adolescent brain and the impact of internet pornography on mental and physical health. Our materials have been developed with a team of experts from education, health and the law to make our lessons unique, practical and fun.

The Reward Foundation is a pioneering relationship and sex education charity accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners. We focus on teaching about the adolescent brain and the impact of internet pornography on mental and physical health. Our materials have been developed with a team of experts from education, health and the law to make our lessons unique, practical and fun.
Sexting, the Law & You, England
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Sexting, the Law & You, England

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Sexting is not a legal term but has very real legal consequences if reported to the police, especially regarding future job choices, even for voluntary work. The lesson explores the legal language of common sexting activities and introduces pupils to real life scenarios and how they are viewed by the legal authorities. We provide two lesson plans to reflect differences in maturity as pupils examine case studies for children age 11-14 and for 15-18 year olds. There is an opportunity for pupils to undertake discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant resources and websites. It does not constitute legal advice but rather provides an overview of the some of the key legal issues around sexting. This fully resourced law lesson has been developed by lawyers in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, Youth Justice Legal Centre and the police. It conforms to the law of England and Wales. Other experts consulted include more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. This lesson, along with the others in this series, has been piloted across the UK. Sexting, the Law & You is the third of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting and Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain. Resources 11-14 years: 21-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 15-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 13-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources. Resources 15-18 years: 22-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 16-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Love, Pornography and Relationships
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Love, Pornography and Relationships

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What makes for a trusting, intimate relationship? What are the risks and rewards of pornography use over time? No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds. Pupils will consider the issues with the help of a fun cartoon and a video interview with young guy who explains his experience with porn. Pupils will have ample opportunity to discuss the important questions in a safe space in pairs or small groups with feedback as a class discussion. Love, Pornography and Relationships is the second of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or in combination with the first lesson Pornography on Trial and followed by Pornography and Mental Health. This teacher-led lesson is fully resourced with a Teacher’s Guide, slides with embedded videos, links to research papers where appropriate, and signposting to more resources about porn use. These will provide you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 14-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound and a 12-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
The Great Porn Experiment, American Edition
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The Great Porn Experiment, American Edition

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”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” says Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al. 2006. In this lesson pupils will learn about the wide-ranging effects of internet pornography on the brain using a popular TEDx talk The Great Porn Experiment by former science teacher Gary Wilson. It has had over 13.5 million views. We provide an update on the facts since those given in the 2012 talk. There is a quick quiz to test pupils’ recall, a ‘pair and share’ exercise and a longer period of discussion to allow fuller examination of the very important health issues raised. No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. The original TEDx talk was given in Glasgow in 2012 and followed a 4 minute TED talk called The Demise of Guys by renowned social psychologist Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. Resources: 12-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 1 embedded video with sound and a 10-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf) with hotlinks to relevant research and further resources.
Introduction to Sexting
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Introduction to Sexting

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What is sexting? What are the risks and rewards of sexting? How does pornography use influence sexting? What resources will help me sidestep requests? Introduction to Sexting is the first of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or before Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain and Sexting, the Law & You (specific to the laws of England and Wales, and separately one for the laws of Scotland). All lessons are available here for free. This lesson plan is suitable for 11-18 year olds. This fully resourced lesson runs as a teacher-led class using Slides and a Teacher’s Guide. There are a number of opportunities for discussion in pairs, small groups and for feedback as a class. Pupils consider the impact of sexting including ‘slut shaming’ and comparing the risk of sexting to having consensual sex at 16. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised by the issue of sexting and pornography. There are links to research papers where appropriate. No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, lawyers, police officers, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 18-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 14-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There hot links to relevant research and further resources.
The Great Porn Experiment
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The Great Porn Experiment

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”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” say Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al. 2006. In this lesson pupils will learn about the wide-ranging effects of internet pornography on the brain using a popular TEDx talk The Great Porn Experiment by former science teacher Gary Wilson. It has had over 13.5 million views. We provide an update on the facts since those given in the 2012 talk. There is a quick quiz to test pupils’ recall, a ‘pair and share’ exercise and a longer period of discussion to allow fuller examination of the very important health issues raised. No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. The original TEDx talk was given in Glasgow in 2012 and followed a 4 minute TED talk called The Demise of Guys by renowned social psychologist Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. Resources: 12-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 1 embedded video with sound and a 10-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf) with hotlinks to relevant research and further resources.
Pornography on Trial
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Pornography on Trial

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Is pornography harmful? Pupils have a chance to play the part of a jury by evaluating 8 pieces of real evidence for and against, then present their conclusions and reasoning in workbooks. Using video interviews with former addicts and doctors, Twitter exchanges, World Health Organization guidance and more, this interactive lesson develops critical thinking and debating skills. It allows pupils to express their emotions and thoughts in a safe space about one of the most controversial subjects in our culture. It also provides access to evidence-based material for HM Inspectors and for parents. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds and comes in 2 versions to give teachers more options, teacher-led and group work. No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. It’s ideal for showing to HM Inspectors or parents how the new RSE and RSHP programmes are being taught. Pornography on Trial is the first of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or in combination with Love, Pornography and Relationships and Pornography and Mental Health. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in over a dozen schools across the UK. One of the lead authors of the lessons is a lawyer (Scottish Advocate/barrister) with teaching experience. Resources for group work: 19-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound, a 12-page Teacher’s Guide and an 8-page Workbook to allow pupils to decide the question ‘Is pornography harmful?’ (both .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources. Resources for teacher-led: 18-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound, a 12-page Teacher’s Guide and an 8-page Workbook to allow pupils to decide the question ‘Is pornography harmful?’ (both .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain, American Edition
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Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain, American Edition

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What are the unique characteristics of the fantastic, plastic, adolescent brain? How does sexting and pornography influence sexual conditioning/programing? How can I shape my brain and behavior to make me a more interesting and attractive person? ”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” says Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al. 2006. Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain is the second of our two lessons on sexting. This lesson is suitable for ages 11-18 years. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting. No pornography is shown in this fully resourced lesson. Please note,The Sexting , the Law and You lesson is not available for either the American or International editions. Pupils learn about what drives the adolescent brain and why sex is a number one focus from puberty onwards. They discover how best to build their own brain to become a successful person. There is an opportunity for discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson confidently. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant websites. The Reward Foundation is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (family doctors) to run training on the impact of internet pornography on mental and physical health. One of the lead authors of these lessons was a board member of the (American) Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2016-2019. We have worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 28-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 21-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain
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Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain

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What are the unique characteristics of the fantastic, plastic, adolescent brain? How does sexting and pornography influence sexual conditioning/ programming? How can I shape my brain and behaviour to make me a more interesting and attractive person? ”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” say Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al 2006. Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain is the second of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting and before Sexting, the Law & You (based on the laws of Scotland or of England and Wales). This lesson is suitable for ages 11-18 years. Pupils learn about the strengths and vulnerabilities of the adolescent brain. They discover how best to build their own brain to become a more successful person. No pornography is shown in this fully resourced, diversity friendly lesson. There is an opportunity for discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson confidently. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant websites. The Reward Foundation is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners to run training on the impact of internet pornography on mental and physical health. We have worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, lawyers, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 28-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 21-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Introduction to Sexting, Scottish Edition
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Introduction to Sexting, Scottish Edition

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What is sexting? What are the risks and rewards of sexting? How does pornography use influence sexting? What resources will help me sidestep requests? Introduction to Sexting, Scottish Edition is the first of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or before Pornography & the Adolescent Brain and Sexting, the Law & You (specific to the laws of Scotland). All lessons are available here for free. This lesson plan is suitable for 11-18 year olds. This fully resourced lesson runs as a teacher-led class using Slides and a Teacher’s Guide. There are a number of opportunities for discussion in pairs, small groups and for feedback as a class. Pupils consider the impact of sexting including ‘slut shaming’ and comparing the risk of sexting to having consensual sex at 16. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised by the issue of sexting and pornography. There are links to research papers where appropriate. No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, lawyers, police officers, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 18-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 15-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Pornography & Mental Health, American Edition
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Pornography & Mental Health, American Edition

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What impact does pornography have on mental health? On body image? On levels of attainment? On relationships? What are the signs and symptoms of overuse? How can a user cut back? What are good alternative activities to help a user be successful? No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. ”Of all activities on the Internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” says Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al. 2006. The Reward Foundation is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (family doctors) to run training on the impact of Internet pornography on mental and physical health. Internet pornography is increasingly being recognized by experts as a contributory factor in mental health problems among young people today. One of the lead authors of the lessons was a board member of the (American) Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2016-2019. Pornography & Mental Health is the last of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Pornography on Trial and Love, Pornography and Relationships. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds. This fully resourced lesson runs as a teacher-led class using the slides. There are a number of opportunities for discussion in pairs, small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised by the issue of pornography. There are links to research papers where appropriate. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in over a dozen schools across the UK. Resources: 16-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and an 18-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Pornography on Trial, American Edition
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Pornography on Trial, American Edition

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Is pornography harmful? Pupils have a chance to play the part of a jury by evaluating 8 pieces of real evidence for and against then present their conclusions and reasoning in workbooks. Using video interviews with former addicts and doctors, Twitter exchanges, World Health Organization guidance and more, this interactive lesson develops critical thinking and debating skills. It allows pupils to express their emotions and thoughts in a safe space about one of the most controversial subjects in our culture. Pornography on Trial is the first of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or in combination with Love, Pornography and Relationships and Pornography and Mental Health. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds and comes in 2 versions to give teachers more options, teacher-led or group work. It’s ideal for showing to school inspectors or parents. No pornography is shown in this lesson. One of the lead authors of the lesson was a board member of the (American) Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2016-2019. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources for group work: 19-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound, a 12-page Teacher’s Guide and an 8-page Workbook to allow pupils to decide the question ‘Is pornography harmful?’ (both .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources. Resources for teacher-led: 18-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound, a 12-page Teacher’s Guide and an 8-page Workbook to allow pupils to decide the question ‘Is pornography harmful?’ (both .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Pornography & Mental Health
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Pornography & Mental Health

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What impact does it have on mental health? On body image? On levels of attainment? On relationships? What are the signs and symptoms of overuse? How can a user cut back? What alternative activities can help a user be more successful? No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. ”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” says Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al. 2006. The Reward Foundation is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners to run training on the impact of Internet pornography on mental and physical health. Internet pornography is increasingly being recognised by experts as a contributory factor in mental health problems among young people today. This fully resourced lesson runs as a teacher-led class using the slides. There are opportunities for discussion in pairs, small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson confidently. There are links to research papers where appropriate. Pornography & Mental Health is the last of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Pornography on Trial and Love, Pornography and Relationships. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 16-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and an 18-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Sexting, the Law & You, Wales
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Sexting, the Law & You, Wales

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Sexting is not a legal term but has very real legal consequences if reported to the police, especially regarding future job choices, even for voluntary work. The lesson explores the legal language of common sexting activities and introduces pupils to real life scenarios and how they are viewed by the legal authorities. We provide two lesson plans to reflect differences in maturity as pupils examine case studies for children age 11-14 and for 15-18 year olds. There is an opportunity for pupils to undertake discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant resources and websites. It does not constitute legal advice but rather provides an overview of the some of the key legal issues around sexting. This fully resourced law lesson has been developed by lawyers in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, Youth Justice Legal Centre and the police. It conforms to the law of England and Wales. Other experts consulted include more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. This lesson, along with the others in this series, has been piloted across the UK. Sexting, the Law & You is the third of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting and Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain. Resources 11-14 years: 21-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 15-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 13-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources. Resources 15-18 years: 22-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 16-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Sexting, the Law & You, Scotland
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Sexting, the Law & You, Scotland

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Sexting is not a legal term but has very real legal consequences if reported to the police, especially regarding future job choices, even for voluntary work. The lesson explores the legal language of common sexting activities and introduces pupils to real life scenarios and how they are viewed by the legal authorities. We provide two lesson plans with different case studies to reflect differences in maturity. There is one for ages 11-14 and one for 15-18 year olds. Content was updated in May 2021. There is an opportunity for pupils to undertake discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant resources and websites. It does not constitute legal advice but rather provides an overview of the some of the key legal issues around sexting. This fully resourced lesson has been developed by a Scottish Advocate (lawyer) in consultation with the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration, Disclosure Scotland, the police and campus cops. It conforms to the law of Scotland and the latest Scottish government guidance on relationship, sexual health and parenting education. Other experts consulted include more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. This lesson, along with the others in this series, has been piloted across the UK. Sexting, the Law & You is the third of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting and Pornography & the Adolescent Brain. Resources 11-14 years: 21-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 16-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 13-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources. Resources 15-18 years: 21-slide PowerPoint (.pptx); a 15-page Teacher’s Guide; a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Teachers and a 10-page Case Studies Pack for Pupils (all .pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Introduction to Sexting, American Edition
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Introduction to Sexting, American Edition

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What is sexting? What are the risks and rewards of sexting? How does pornography use influence sexting? What resources will help me sidestep requests? Introduction to Sexting is the first of our two lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or before Sexting, Pornography & the Adolescent Brain. This lesson plan is suitable for 11-18 year olds. This fully resourced lesson runs as a teacher-led class using slides and a Teacher’s Guide. There are opportunities for discussion in pairs, small groups and for feedback as a class. Pupils consider the impact of sexting including ‘slut shaming’ and comparing the risk of sexting to having consensual sex. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to speak confidently about the subjects raised by the issue of sexting and pornography. There are links to research papers where appropriate. No pornography is shown in this lesson. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. One of the lead authors of the lessons was a board member of the (American) Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2016-2019. Resources: 18-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 14-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Pornography & the Adolescent Brain, Scottish Edition
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Pornography & the Adolescent Brain, Scottish Edition

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What are the unique characteristics of the fantastic, plastic, adolescent brain? How does sexting and pornography influence sexual conditioning/ programming? How can I shape my brain and behaviour to make me a more interesting and attractive person? ”Of all activities on the internet, porn has the most potential to become addictive” say Dutch neuroscientists Meerkerk et al 2006. Pornography & the Adolescent Brain is the second of our three lessons on Sexting. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or after Introduction to Sexting and before Sexting, the Law & You (Scotland). This lesson is suitable for ages 11-18 years and was updated in May 2021. Pupils learn about the strengths and vulnerabilities of the adolescent brain. They discover how best to build their own brain to become a more successful person. No pornography is shown in this fully resourced, diversity friendly lesson. There is an opportunity for discussion in pairs or small groups and for feedback as a class. The Teacher’s Guide provides you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson confidently. There are links to research papers where appropriate and signposting to other relevant websites. The Reward Foundation is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners to run training on the impact of internet pornography on mental and physical health. We have worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, lawyers, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 28-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) and a 21-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.
Love, Pornography and Relationships, American Edition
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Love, Pornography and Relationships, American Edition

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What makes for a trusting, intimate relationship? What are the risks and rewards of pornography use over time? No pornography is shown in this diversity friendly lesson. Pupils will consider the issues with a fun cartoon, information on boys’ and girls’ use of pornography and a video interview with young guy who explains his own experiences with porn. Pupils will have ample opportunity to discuss these important questions in a safe space in pairs or small groups with feedback as a class discussion. This lesson is aimed at 15-18 year olds. Love, Pornography and Relationships is the second of our three lessons on Internet Pornography. It can be taught as a stand-alone lesson or in combination with the first lesson Pornography on Trial and followed by Pornography and Mental Health. This teacher-led lesson is fully resourced with a Teacher’s Guide, slides with embedded videos, links to research papers where appropriate, and signposting to more resources about porn use. These will provide you with all the information you need to deliver the lesson and enable you to speak confidently about the subjects raised. One of the lead authors of the lessons was a board member of the (American) Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2016-2019. The Reward Foundation has worked with a range of experts including more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists and many parents. We have piloted the lessons in schools across the UK. Resources: 14-slide PowerPoint (.pptx) with 2 embedded videos with sound and a 12-page Teacher’s Guide (.pdf). There are hot links to relevant research and further resources.