Every parent I've met wants to do a good job teaching their child about puberty. Help is here.
During this season of the coronavirus pandemic, many schools have had to put face-to-face classes on hold. Yet, students’ biological clocks are still marching on toward puberty. They still need adults to teach them what to expect during this time of rapid growth and physical, social, and emotional changes. This document will help educators adapt Puberty: The Wonder Years to be used in distance learning settings.
As we move deeper into sheltering at home, our patience and creativity might be wearing thin. I know mine is. However, we can continue to find new ways to find more silver linings in this coronavirus storm. As I work from home, I’ve learned that I can’t listen to the news updates all day long, or I become immobilized. Limiting news to a short time in the morning and evening helps me to focus on positive and productive options. This list is one of the outcomes of my commitment to supporting each of you during this stressful time. I hope you find a few silver linings for yourself and others here!
As the pandemic continues, we are more in need of hope and support than ever. Here are more silver linings in this coronavirus storm.
I hope you will honor all the feelings you have during this time and find ways to celebrate the small joys and more silver linings that emerge during this coronavirus storm.
As much as we all love to have family time, this new and unplanned break from work and school is not exactly what any of us requested. However, the coronavirus is no respecter of anyone’s plans. It’s time to take it very seriously in order to stop its ruthless march around the globe and into our communities and homes. Given our commitment to social distancing, what can we do to find the silver linings in this coronavirus storm? Read these tips.
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Parental influence is one, and possibly the single greatest, of the major factors in determining the sexual behavior of young people. Yet, many parents and caregivers tell me that they aren’t sure how to begin talking with their child about…
So, you know young people need to learn about their changing bodies and emotions. But what if your puberty lessons are outdated, ineffective, or nonexistent? Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or administrator, you can be an advocate and influence how puberty…
Motivation & Tools for Stakeholders You’re not alone if you think that we can do a better job of teaching our young people about puberty. In fact, most parents want sex education taught, and very few (1-5%) remove their children…
Are your puberty lessons outdated, ineffective, or nonexistent? Let me show you how to be ready for puberty education in 6 weeks!
Use an Implementation Fidelity Log to improve the effectiveness of your Puberty: The Wonder Years curriculum implementation.