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CMC Post-Session Work

To complete each session participants must complete the post-session work, which is the below quizzes. At the end of each session you will be provided with the password to complete your quiz for that session. If you have any trouble, please email help@sdrj.ca. Thank you!

CMC 1: WTF is up with the Human Brain?

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 1: WTF is up with the human brain?

In order to complete session one, WTF is up with the human brain, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

BRAAAAINZZZZZ

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC 2: My Inner Voice is a Jerk

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 1: WTF is up with the human brain?

In order to complete session one, WTF is up with the human brain, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

BRAAAAINZZZZZ

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC 3: My Inner Voice is (still) a Jerk

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 1: WTF is up with the human brain?

In order to complete session one, WTF is up with the human brain, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

BRAAAAINZZZZZ

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC 4: My Inner Voice is fully fallacious!

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 1: WTF is up with the human brain?

In order to complete session one, WTF is up with the human brain, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

BRAAAAINZZZZZ

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC 5: I am the Boss of Me

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 5: I am the Boss of Me

In order to complete sessionfive, I am the Boss of Me, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

Self-Regulation time!

1. Which of these describes self-control?*

1. Which of these describes self-control?*

2. Which of the following best describes emotional self-regulation*

2. Which of the following best describes emotional self-regulation*

3. Is self-control part of emotional self-regulation?*

3. Is self-control part of emotional self-regulation?*

4. I only need to regulate negative emotions like fear, anger, or sadness.*

4. I only need to regulate negative emotions like fear, anger, or sadness.*

5. I learn emotional self-regulation skills from... (Select all that apply)*

5. I learn emotional self-regulation skills from... (Select all that apply)*

6. There are ten self-regulation skills we suggest you know by the time you are an adult. Which of the following is NOT one of them?*

6. There are ten self-regulation skills we suggest you know by the time you are an adult. Which of the following is NOT one of them?*

7. Describe what you think a maladaptive response is*

7. Describe what you think a maladaptive response is*

8. Why do we develop maladaptive responses? Choose all that apply*

8. Why do we develop maladaptive responses? Choose all that apply*

9. Why are maladaptive responses harmful in healthy situations?*

9. Why are maladaptive responses harmful in healthy situations?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "I am the Boss of Me"*

5. Please rate the session "I am the Boss of Me"*

6. Please explain your understanding before the session of the role self-regulation and maladaptive responses play in conflict*

6. Please explain your understanding before the session of the role self-regulation and maladaptive responses play in conflict*

7. Please explain your understanding of the role self-regulation and maladaptive responses play in conflict now that you have completed this session?*

7. Please explain your understanding of the role self-regulation and maladaptive responses play in conflict now that you have completed this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC 6: ANGREEE SHARK doo-doo da doo-da-doo!

Please enter the password to complete this post-session work.

CMC 1: WTF is up with the human brain?

In order to complete session one, WTF is up with the human brain, you must complete this little quiz and survey. If you have trouble completing this, please advise your facilitator by emailing help@sdrj.ca.

BRAAAAINZZZZZ

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

1. The human brain is broken into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. We discussed the cerebrum, and its four lobes. They are:*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

2. The frontal lobe controls what?*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

3. The Occipital Lobe controls*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

4. Our sense of pain and touch is found in the...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

5. Amygdala hijacking, or temporal hijacking, causes us to...*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

6. What are pros and cons of the flight or fight response?*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

7. Has someone every asked you, or have you asked yourself, 'What were you/I thinking?'*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

8. How does amygdala hijacking, or fight or flight, affect your behaviour in conflict? Is this good or bad, and why?*

About the Actual Program

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

1. Who was your facilitator today?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

2. Was your facilitator on time?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

3. Do you feel your facilitator was prepared?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

4. Do you feel your facilitator adjusted their teaching to suit your ability to understand?*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

5. Please rate the session "WTF is up with the Human Brain"*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

6. Please explain your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict BEFORE the session.*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

7. How would you rate your understanding of the human brain and its role in conflict after completing this session?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

8. Do you feel that with what you now know, you would recognize your behaviour during or after conflict?*

CMC - Experience Survey
The SDRJ Experience

Question*

Question*

Question*

Question*

Did you hear of SDRJ prior to this program?*

Did you hear of SDRJ prior to this program?*

Were you the youth participant, an individual who experienced harm due to the actions of the youth participant, an observer, or a parent/guardian?*

Were you the youth participant, an individual who experienced harm due to the actions of the youth participant, an observer, or a parent/guardian?*

Youth Experience Survey

Did you want to

Did you want to

Parent/Guardian Experience Survey

Question

Question

Statements made by you in our surveys are confidential and will not be used except for data collection and program improvement processes. We do, however, like to provide people with statements about the experience youth and their parents and/or guardians experience. We sometimes do this through social media, the SDRJ website, or in publications about our programming. If you would like to write something that we CAN use for the above listed purposes, this is the place to do so. This is the only part of the survey that we can share with others, so we ask you to not include identifying information, such as names, schools, or conflict details. This is optional.

Statements made by you in our surveys are confidential and will not be used except for data collection and program improvement processes. We do, however, like to provide people with statements about the experience youth and their parents and/or guardians experience. We sometimes do this through social media, the SDRJ website, or in publications about our programming. If you would like to write something that we CAN use for the above listed purposes, this is the place to do so. This is the only part of the survey that we can share with others, so we ask you to not include identifying information, such as names, schools, or conflict details. This is optional.

Victim

Question

Question

Observer

Question

Question