Sexual health education in Newfoundland and Labrador schools: Junior high school teachers' experiences, coverage of topics, comfort levels and views about professional practice
- HIV/AIDS EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: TEACHER KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HIV/AIDS: TEACHER ATTITUDE ABOUT AND CONTROL OF HIV/AIDS EDUCATION. Peltzer, Karl; Promtussananon, Supa // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;2003, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p349
The aim of this study was to assess secondary school teachers' comfort in teaching adolescents about sexuality and HIV/AIDS, behavioral control and outcome beliefs about HIV/AIDS education and teacher knowledge about HIV/AIDS. The sample consisted of 54 male (35.6%) and 96 female (64.4%)...
- Rural Secondary School Teachers' Capacity to Respond to Hiv and Aids: The Case of Shurugwi District in Zimbabwe. Mangwaya, Ezron; Ndlovu, Emily // Asian Social Science;Feb2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p129
Young people often turn to their teachers for information on sexuality and HIV and Aids. Consequently teachers need to be not only knowledgeable about these issues but also able to integrate them into their teaching. As part of an umbrella study to investigate and promote HIV and Aids education...
- Fired sex-ed. teacher hired back. // Advocate;6/23/71, Issue 62, p4
Reports that a high school teacher Michael Roe fired after he invited two Gay Liberation Front members to talk to his eighth-grade sex-education class in Iowa City, Iowa, was rehired back by the school board. Dismissal of a lawsuit against sex-education program by the district judge; Supports...
- STD TEACHING IN HIGH SCHOOLS. Harvey, Jaci; Mclachlin, Jeanette // Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;Winter98, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p383
The article discusses sex related programs being imparted to high school students in Toronto, Ontario. The school boards mandated AIDS awareness programs in the late 1980s and the State Health Department responded with numerous AIDS education sessions. Ma
- Respect Health Education. Locander, Rose // National Forum;Fall2001, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p59
Discusses the importance of health education. Responsibilities of a public high school health teacher; Developments in medicine; Information on biology classes.
- La promotion de l'Ã©quitÃ© en Ã©ducation sexuelle dans les Ã©coles secondaires de la rÃ©gion d'Ottawa. Martinez, Andrea; Phillips, Karen // Canadian Journal of Education;2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p60
This article examines the social representations of sexual health equity using interview data from 30 Ontario secondary school teachers from the Ottawa region, which includes five peripheral municipalities east of the city. Based on a feminist interpretation of the main pitfalls in sexual...
- Redesigning secondary teacher education. Graham, Michael // Education;Spring96, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p363
Focuses on the processes used in increasing the number of hours of pre-student teaching clinical experiences for secondary teacher education students. Northwest Missouri State University faculty's efforts to improve the program; Disparity between programs; Formation of faculty committee.
- Today, we'll cover the 20th century. Savoye, Craig // Christian Science Monitor;6/19/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 143, p16
Discusses high school teachers who attempt to increase their pace toward the end of a school year, and views of teachers on fitting in all the material during the school year.
- Memories of a teacher. Hinkle, Ruth // Contemporary Education;1997, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p181
Opinion. Recounts the author's memories of a teacher who taught at the Sullivan High School, in Indiana, named Miss Hinkle. Reason why Miss Hinkle was important in the author's life; Specification of the subjects she taught; Indepth look at the her life as a teacher in Indiana.