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Table of Contents
|Why and what is family life education?||p. 3|
|The developing profession/professional||p. 25|
|Relating theory to practice||p. 57|
|Addressing the needs of your audience||p. 77|
|Understanding group process||p. 97|
|In a nutshell : designing your program||p. 119|
|Evaluation of family programs||p. 135|
|Foundations of sexuality education||p. 153|
|Approaches to sexuality education||p. 171|
|Education for relationships and marriage||p. 189|
|Parent education||p. 215|
|Adapting programs for diverse settings||p. 237|
|International perspectives on family life education||p. 253|
|Framework for life span family life education||p. 279|
|Family life education content areas for the certified family life educator designation||p. 293|
|Example of permission form to do needs assessment||p. 297|
|The national coalition to support sexuality education : goals and membership||p. 299|
|Selected Web sites for sexuality information||p. 303|
|Program evaluation : the five-tiered approach||p. 305|
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