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Sexuality Education: Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition is designed to prepare future sexuality educators and administrators, as well as seasoned teachers about sexuality and also aims to clarify the
Table of Contents
|Introduction to sexuality education||p. 1|
|Sexuality, you, and the learner||p. 3|
|Foundations for sexuality education||p. 15|
|The controversy||p. 37|
|Understanding yourself||p. 53|
|Biological, psychological, and sociological aspects of sexuality education||p. 67|
|A view from the inside||p. 69|
|The cognitive and psychological side of sexuality||p. 99|
|Family life and interpersonal relationships||p. 111|
|The sociological side of sexuality||p. 125|
|Sexual decision making||p. 143|
|Sexual morality and decision making||p. 145|
|Sexual behaviors||p. 155|
|Conducting sexuality education||p. 175|
|Education for sexuality: rules of conduct||p. 177|
|Learning strategies for sexuality education||p. 191|
|Strategies for learning and teaching about sexually transmitted infections||p. 207|
|What should be taught at different levels and in different settings||p. 225|
|The educator and sexual counseling||p. 237|
|Implementing a sexuality education program||p. 251|
|Evaluation of sexuality education||p. 265|
|Effectiveness of sexuality education and the sexuality educator||p. 275|
|The National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education||p. 289|
|The American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) Requirements for Certification as a Sexuality Educator||p. 293|
|State Policies in Brief||p. 297|
|Teaching Strategies for Sexuality Education||p. 301|
|Photo credits||p. 319|
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