The Sex Education Show http://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-sex-education-show/ The Sex Education Show ... on Channel 4 UK TV (July 2010)
Hosted by straight-talking Anna Richardson, this series aims to improve the nation's carnal knowledge by offering candid advice on a wide range of sexual issues and problems
Brilliant series ....
HIV/AIDS The Silent Killer http://alison.com/course/category.php?id=13 HIV/AIDS The Silent Killer
This interactive course teaches and explains the basics facts about HIV/AIDS. The course was developed by an interdisciplinary team of experts through the School of Education at Stanford University. TeachAIDS is an initiative to promote HIV/AIDS prevention strategies through research-based, and culturally appropriate interactive learning tools.
The Midwest Teen Sex Show (Podcast Series) http://midwestteensexshow.com/ The Midwest Teen Sex Show (Podcast Series)
Teens and sex. It happens. Not every teen is having sex and not every teen is abstaining. We hope the Midwest Teen Sex Show will create a space for frank discussion of all things related to teen sexuality. Broadcast media shies away from any real exploration of the topic, and they forget that not all teens live in Orange County.
So subscribe on iTunes, Miro, or your favorite RSS reader, download our latest episode, tell your friends, and letís get it on!
Review at www.edutopia.org/midwest-sex-show
HIV/AIDS and education http://www.unesco.org/iiep/eng/focus/hiv/hiv_1.htm HIV/AIDS and education
This portal website, co-ordinated by UNESCO: IIEP International Institute for Educational Planning, provides access to information on HIV/AIDS and education including:
-Over 450 downloadable documents
-Calendar of HIV/AIDS events
-100 HIV/AIDS websites
-Glossary, acronyms and abbreviations
Islamic schools to counter sex influence http://tinyurl.com/s3aen Islamic schools to counter sex influence
ISLAMIC schools in Australia have adopted a sex-education policy aimed at overturning the influence of Western sexual values on their students.
The policy has been adopted by private Muslim schools in Victoria and interstate, who are members of the Australian Council for Islamic Education in Schools.
Think sex http://tinyurl.com/fw6je Think sex
The teaching of sex education in (Australian) schools is under fire from experts ?and students. Paper by by Caroline Milburn.
The trends, along with Australia's high abortion rate among adult women, have triggered alarm in Federal Parliament. Earlier this year Democrats leader Lyn Allison and Liberal Senator Judith Troeth called for a national inquiry into sex education to reduce unwanted pregnancies. Senator Troeth says the poor health trends raise doubts about the adequacy of school-based sex education.
"We need to establish what is being taught because no one knows. It's largely left up to individual schools as to what they will teach in the curriculum," Senator Troeth says.
What parents REALLY think about sex education http://www.whatparentsthink.com What parents REALLY think - about different forms of sex education
For years groups such as Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), Planned Parenthood, the Alan Guttmacher Institute, Advocates for Youth and similar organizations have claimed that 80 or 90 percent of parents support comprehensive sex education (also known as "abstinence-first" or abstinence-plus sex education).
The Coalition for Adolescent Sexual Health contracted the services of Zogby International to survey parents with questions that actually reveal the subjects taught by comprehensive sex education. Zogby created questions using verbatim the topics contained in the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education. Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Planned Parenthood and similar groups, developed these guidelines in the early 1990s. These guidelines are widely considered to be the official description of comprehensive sex education.
Puberty demo ... Interactive website at the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/ Puberty demo ... Interactive website at the BBC
Puberty demo | Breasts | Erections | Growth spurt | Boys' growth | Girls' growth | Hair and Sweat | Periods | Sexual changes | Sleep | Spots | Voice breaking |
Sex Education Links http://www.bigeye.com/sexeducation/ Sex Education Links are non-commercial, non-pornographic links to all kinds of educational sex topics, research, and
organizations on the world wide web.
Scarleteen http://www.scarleteen.com/ Scarleteen.com served up sex education and information for almost two million young adults, educators, parents and mentors last year? That we have over 16,000 registered users at our message boards? Find out more about our commitment to this vital information.
While we at Scarleteen do not hold to the notion that telling teens to go have sex is a better solution, we strongly feel that belying judgment and furnishing them with the facts they need to know REGARDLESS of whether or not they are sexually active readies them to learn to make their own choices, and develop their own systems of ethics and values from themselves and their families is our job as educators and sex-positive advocates. One cannot make a decision from a position of informed consent without being informed.
Speaking of Sex for grades 5-9 http://www.goodcharacter.com/BCBC/SpeakingSex.html Discussion questions , writing assignments , and student activities for character education and life skills pertaining to decisions about sex.
This page is from the teaching guide for the video Speaking of Sex in the Big Changes, Big Choices video series. Even if you aren't showing this video there is a lot of material here you can use to create a lesson. Feel free to modify it to suit your needs.
Sex Education Materials (Scotland) http://www.scotland.gov.uk/news/2001/03/se0757.asp Scottish Ministers in March 2001 gave LTScotland the go ahead to publish the new material on sex education recommended by the Working Group on Sex Education in Scottish schools.
Sex Etc http://www.sxetc.org/ For years, teens told us (the Network for Family Life Education) that their sex ed classes were "too little, too late," their parents didnít talk to them about sex and they were left on their own to figure out all this confusing stuff. They also said they'd like to read about stuff like love, sex, relationships, HIV/AIDS, violence and other issues, especially if teens wrote those stories. So we said, great. Letís start a teen-written newsletter.
Sex education: Parents want kids better infor http://www.cnn.com/2000/HEALTH/children/09/26/teaching.sex/ The gap between what educators teach students about sex and what parents and children think they need to know is huge, two new studies have found. Most parents want the nation's junior and senior high schools to teach their children more about sex, a report released today by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation found.
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