Let’s look at the reasons parents and schools might have trouble working together to provide the sex education children and adolescents need. Family Engagement 4 is the fourth in a five-part series.
With all the benefits of family engagement related to sex education, schools are wise to forge a strong home-school partnership that will keep children and adolescents safe and healthy. Family Engagement 3 is the third in a five-part series.
Anticipating these possible times when parents and teachers clash can help everyone work together more smoothly. Family Engagement 2 is the second in a five-part series.
Parents and teachers share similar goals for children/students, and that is a key to partnership. Family Engagement 1 is the first in a five-part series.
Here are four reasons to use inclusive language, what happens if we aren’t inclusive, and examples of how to be more inclusive.
If you are feeling alone and exhausted, please consider joining your fellow puberty teachers in “Teachers Talk Puberty.”
During the pandemic, more people who are sheltering in place have turned to online sexually explicit images (porn, pornography) for entertainment.
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.
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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