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The International Association for Care and Threat Teams (InterACTT) is a collaborative group of like-minded professionals working to make your everyday work easier and more efficient. Our goal is to support your day-to-day work in counseling, disability services, student conduct, law enforcement, CARE and threat teams, and diversity, equity and inclusion. InterACTT has partnered with D-Prep to bring these materials to you. Learn more at InterACTT.org.

The International Association for Care and Threat Teams (InterACTT) is a collaborative group of like-minded professionals working to make your everyday work easier and more efficient. Our goal is to support your day-to-day work in counseling, disability services, student conduct, law enforcement, CARE and threat teams, and diversity, equity and inclusion. InterACTT has partnered with D-Prep to bring these materials to you. Learn more at InterACTT.org.

The tools found here can be used individually or as part of team trainings. Included are video courses, case study reviews, and conversations related to BIT/CARE operations and mental health on our campuses. Our interactive case study allows you to walk through a case study, visiting different departments on campus to gather information on a case, demonstrating the BIT/Care process. Finally, Actually Autistic Educator is a podcast hosted by Jeanne Clifton on topics related to accessibility access and issues affecting the autistic, ASD and Asperger’s community. 

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Episode 3: Audio Only
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Bringing together core concepts in learning and instructional design, InterACTTives, are a new way of walking through a case study. Having spent hours (if not days) sitting through video trainings, case study examples, and scenario-based trainings, we wanted to do something a little different. You are given an overview of a campus or facility map and asked to click along in a choose-your-own-adventure style to learn more about a given case.

 

As you click each location, you learn through reading progress notes from counselors, police reports, residential life updates and video conversations with student conduct, academic advisors, disability services, coaches and faculty. This way of learning about the case details mimics how CARE and threat teams uncover details about a case. When all the information is gathered, you can then choose to enter the information yourself into Pathways and DarkFox to determine a plan of action.

Case Study: Matilda

Matilda is a first-year college student studying at a residential, four-year university. She came from Lancaster, U.K. on a scholarship for soccer (football). It is now late October. A teammate shares the following with you and the CARE team.

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What would you do next?
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Episode 12: Autism and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

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Episode 12: Autism and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

In this mini-episode Jeanne (she/her) talks about rejection sensitive dysphoria and how the way we view and treat autistic behaviors in childhood can have lifelong impacts on their sense of self-worth and relationships to others.

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Affective Violence Interview Sheet

Affective Violence Interview Sheet

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BIT/CARE Team Development Checklist

BIT/CARE Team Development Checklist

D-Prep and InterACTT

Use this checklist when developing and assessing your BIT/CARE team process and procedures.

Black Box Thinking: The Surprising Truth About Success

Black Box Thinking: The Surprising Truth About Success

Matthew Syed

Using a cornucopia of interviews, gripping stories, and sharp-edged science, Syed explores the intimate relationship between failure and success, and shows why we need to transport black box thinking into our own lives. If we wish to unleash our potential, we must diagnose and break free of our failures. Part manifesto for change, part intellectual adventure, this groundbreaking book reveals how to do both.