South-South Cooperation Project UNFPA/TICAA Study Visit and a Workshop onLearning Exchange on Sexuality Education in Schoo...
Partners<br />Core Group<br />Extra-curriculum<br />Activities & Youth camps<br />Recruiting schools<br />Curriculum /<br ...
Facilitating skills
 coaching</li></ul>Teachers training <br />Experience<br />Sharing<br />workshops<br />Technical support & resources<br />...
How to integrate “Comprehensive Sexuality Education”in school curriculum ?<br /><ul><li>WHO recommends 30 hours per academ...
Kirby researches show at minimum of 16 hours to be effective</li></ul>Intra-curriculum<br />Sexuality Education as a subje...
Cognitive<br />Sexuality<br />Positive Youth Development<br />Learning-centered Learning Approach<br />Affective<br />Prac...
Cognitive<br />Sexuality<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
What is Sexuality Education? <br />Sexuality education is a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitude...
What are the goals of school-based sexuality education? <br />The primary goal of school-based sexuality education is to h...
What are the goals of school-based sexuality education? <br />Sexuality education should assist young people in understand...
Sexuality Education<br />Six key concepts developed by the SIECUS: <br />	Key Concept 1: Human Development.<br />	Human de...
Cognitive<br />Positive Youth Development<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
Positive Youth Development<br />Positive Youth Development is holistic in its approach by addressing both protective facto...
Positive Youth Development fosters the 6 C's as the characteristics needed by all young people as they transition into the...
Positive Youth Development<br />“Being problem-free is not the same as being fully prepared.”<br />Karen Pittman,<br />a r...
Cognitive<br />Learner-centered <br />Learning Approach<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
Apply<br />Reflect<br />Experiential Learning<br />Do<br />Analyze/Synthesis/<br />Conceptualize<br />
Learner-centered Learning Approach <br />Foundation of Effective Learning<br />Safety<br />Respect<br />Relevancy<br />Imm...
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  1. 1. South-South Cooperation Project UNFPA/TICAA Study Visit and a Workshop onLearning Exchange on Sexuality Education in Schools:A Way ForwardA First in a series of the Dialogue Forum for Strategic Framework and Capacity Development13-18 June 2011@ Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand<br />
  2. 2. Partners<br />Core Group<br />Extra-curriculum<br />Activities & Youth camps<br />Recruiting schools<br />Curriculum /<br />Lesson plans/<br />Manual<br />Development<br />Dialogue with school administrators<br />Training of Master Trainers<br /><ul><li>key concept
  3. 3. Facilitating skills
  4. 4. coaching</li></ul>Teachers training <br />Experience<br />Sharing<br />workshops<br />Technical support & resources<br />Coaching support<br />School-board<br />& Parenting<br />education<br />“CSE Methodology”<br />CSE is in school curriculum for students at all levels for at least 16 hours per academic year<br />
  5. 5. How to integrate “Comprehensive Sexuality Education”in school curriculum ?<br /><ul><li>WHO recommends 30 hours per academic year
  6. 6. Kirby researches show at minimum of 16 hours to be effective</li></ul>Intra-curriculum<br />Sexuality Education as a subject<br />Life skills<br />Health Education<br />Social Study<br />Biology/Science<br />Religious Education<br />Guidance/ Counselling<br />Extra-curriculum<br />Student activity<br />Student club<br />Scout activities<br />Youth camps<br />Special projects<br />
  7. 7. Cognitive<br />Sexuality<br />Positive Youth Development<br />Learning-centered Learning Approach<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
  8. 8. Cognitive<br />Sexuality<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
  9. 9. What is Sexuality Education? <br />Sexuality education is a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitudes, beliefs, and values. It encompasses sexual development, sexual and reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, affection, intimacy, body image, and gender roles. <br />*Siecus<br />
  10. 10. What are the goals of school-based sexuality education? <br />The primary goal of school-based sexuality education is to help young people build a foundation as they mature into sexually healthy adults. School-based sexuality education should be designed to complement and augment the sexuality education children receive from their families, religious and community groups, and health care professionals. Such programs should respect the diversity of values and beliefs represented in the community. <br />
  11. 11. What are the goals of school-based sexuality education? <br />Sexuality education should assist young people in understanding a positive view of sexuality, provide them with information and skills for taking care of their sexual health, and help them make sound decisions now and in the future. <br />
  12. 12. Sexuality Education<br />Six key concepts developed by the SIECUS: <br /> Key Concept 1: Human Development.<br /> Human development is characterized by the interrelationship between physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth. <br />Key Concept 2: Relationships. <br /> Relationships play a central role throughout our lives.<br />Key Concept 3: Personal Skills.<br /> Healthy sexuality requires the development and use of specific personal and interpersonal skills.<br />Key Concept 4: Sexual Behavior.<br /> Sexuality is a central part of being human, and individuals express their sexuality in a variety of ways.<br /> Key Concept 5: Sexual Health.<br /> The promotion of sexual health requires specific information and attitudes to avoid unwanted consequences of sexual behavior.<br />Key Concept 6: Society and Culture<br /> Social and cultural environments shape the way individuals learn about and express their sexuality.<br />
  13. 13. Cognitive<br />Positive Youth Development<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
  14. 14. Positive Youth Development<br />Positive Youth Development is holistic in its approach by addressing both protective factors and risk factors.<br />Positive Youth Development shifts the dialogue from one that just focuses on youth with problems to one that asks how communities can help youth develop the confidence, competence, compassion, connections and character to contribute in meaningful ways so that they grow up into healthy adults.<br />
  15. 15. Positive Youth Development fosters the 6 C's as the characteristics needed by all young people as they transition into their second decade of life<br />Caring/compassion<br />Competent<br />Confidence<br />Connections to others<br />Character<br />Contributions<br />
  16. 16. Positive Youth Development<br />“Being problem-free is not the same as being fully prepared.”<br />Karen Pittman,<br />a reknowned veteran in youth work.<br />
  17. 17. Cognitive<br />Learner-centered <br />Learning Approach<br />Affective<br />Practice<br />
  18. 18. Apply<br />Reflect<br />Experiential Learning<br />Do<br />Analyze/Synthesis/<br />Conceptualize<br />
  19. 19. Learner-centered Learning Approach <br />Foundation of Effective Learning<br />Safety<br />Respect<br />Relevancy<br />Immediacy<br />Engagement<br />Inclusion<br />
  20. 20. WHERE<br />(intra or extra curriculum)<br />WHEN<br />(time allocation in curriculum)<br />7-step Learning Design<br />HOW<br />Learning Modules/Activities<br />WHAT<br />(Core Content)<br />WHAT FOR<br />(Achievement-based Objecitves)<br />WHY<br />(Young People Needs/challenges & Situation)<br />WHO<br />(Students at each school level and out-of- school youth)<br />CHANGES<br />
  21. 21. If you want to go fast, go alone.If you want to go far, go together.<br />African Proverb<br />Comprehensive Sexuality Education for Youth<br />
  22. 22. A small group of thoughtful people could change the world.<br />Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.<br />Margaret Mead<br />

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