Back To School With Dibble

As schools everywhere are preparing for the 2020-2021 school year, some are planning for a traditional classroom setting with face-to-face instruction. Others may have COVID-19 restrictions that require a partial shutdown with a blended model of instruction (face-to-face + virtual). And some may face total virtual instruction for a period of time.
As schools work to ensure the health and safety of the students, staff and faculty, we want to assist you with tools you can use to successfully implement relationships education whether through face-to-face instruction or blended and virtual settings.

Back To School Resources

Staying Connected to Community Youth

Staying Connected to Community Youth

Read up on several tips and strategies for engaging community youth and students with instruction during the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the Utah State Extension)

How Workbooks Build Student Success

How Workbooks Build Student Success

Get the most out of Dibble programs by using Student Workbooks during instruction this year. Workbooks are key to student interaction with the relationship education content on a personal level.

Online Teaching Toolkit

Online Teaching Toolkit

This resource was developed by educators and facilitators who are currently using Dibble programs in an online setting. The Toolkit includes tips for online engagement strategies, platforms for instruction, student apps, lesson checklists, and more!

Webinar: Online Teaching Strategies

Tips and Guidance from the Field

In March, Dibble convened a working group of clients who were moving instruction online. Join us in a conversation with several experienced practitioners who were part of that effort to learn how they successfully moved their instruction in Dibble materials into the virtual world

Teach From Home

More than ever before, the world is searching for ‘how do teachers do it.’ Find the right digital tools for remote learning, virtual classroom management systems, accessibility, engagement, collaboration, community, and support. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or administrator, choose the tools that work best for you and your youth.

Digital Dibble Products

Digital Dibble Products

Is your organization or school moving instruction online for the upcoming year? Get digital workbooks and products as an alternative to traditional printed texts. Switching to digital subscriptions may ease the transition to online delivery for both facilitators and students.

Sexting Advice for Teens

Sexting Advice for Teens

With social distancing and the move of social interaction to digital platforms, youth may be faced with greater pressure to share pictures of themselves through social means. Use this free handout to encourage your youth to be safe in online environments and reduce cyberbullying.

Dibble Program Correlations to New National Sexuality Education Standards

Correlations to National Sex Ed Standards

Dibble Programs are Now Aligned with 2020 National Sexuality Education Standards grades 9-12. Get correlations below for your favorite programs, including Love Notes, Relationship Smarts PLUS, Mind Matters, Money Habitudes, and many more.

Supporting Students During COVID

Supporting Students During the COVID-19 Crisis

Read more about how nonprofits and schools can partner to support their local youth like youthCONNECT and Child Trends in Maryland.

Virtual Program Training for Staff

Virtual Program Training for Staff

The Dibble Institute is conducting all curriculum trainings, professional development, and technical assistance in an online format for the remainder of 2020. Make inquiries about available trainings or group trainings for your organization now.

Coping During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Coping during Coronavirus: Tips for Young Parents

This resource for young parents was developed by The Annie E. Casey Foundation. They offer 5 tips to help maintain physical, social and mental well-being while observing guidelines for social spacing so you can remain calm and reassuring for your children.