Thank you for showing HAZE!
We want you to feel comfortable and prepared for discussion after the film. Our HAZE Facilitator Guide is short, easy-to-use, and can help you focus your discussion by topic. It includes a one-page step-by-step outline of how to facilitate a HAZE showing, and a short section of teaching points after each topic.
- HAZE Facilitator Guide (Clicking on this link will open the Facilitator Guide PDF)
How you choose to facilitate your discussion after HAZE is up to you, and may also be dependent on your audience. The Facilitator Guide provides helpful discussion prompt questions and ideas for facilitation.
Should you want to use a snowball survey to generate anonymous feedback and encourage discussion after the film, we offer instructions and printable question sheets by topic to help you facilitate a snowball survey after your HAZE showing (clicking on the links below will open a PDF):
- Snowball Survey Instructions
- Snowball Survey Question Sheet for General Discussion
- Snowball Survey Question Sheet for Hazing Discussion
- Snowball Survey Question Sheet for Alcohol Overdose Discussion
- Snowball Survey Question Sheet for Bystander Intervention Discussion
Other Helpful Facilitator Resources
- Find out if your state has medical amnesty laws through the Medical Amnesty Initiative
- Search for your state's hazing laws
- Signs of an alcohol overdose and how to help an intoxicated friend
- Hazing in View: College Students at Risk (2008) (Clicking on this link will open a PDF)
- Alfred University Hazing Survey (1999) (Clicking on this link will open a PDF)
Gordie Center Hazing Prevention Presentations
Want to press the easy button and have someone from the Gordie Center facilitate HAZE for you? We can do that! Click on the links below to see our virtual HAZE presentation listing as well as our other virtual presentation offerings in the Gordie Center store: