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.
Puberty: The Wonder Years addresses many the National Sex Education Standards for Grades 4-6.
News release announcing the 2021 edition of Puberty: The Wonder Years
Successful Virtual Sex Ed Several educators have contacted me with their concerns about teaching puberty education to students who are learning at home because of virtual or hybrid classes. Here are 10 tips and strategies for successful virtual sex ed.…
As a sex educator, of course I am always teaching. Did you know that I am also always learning? I recently completed two big goals!
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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.
Prepare to Teach Puberty: Online PD Great! You volunteered to teach puberty to your students. Or were you volun-told? Either way, you will be teaching a topic that you probably didn’t study in college. I applaud your “can-do” spirit! I…
Sex Education in Schools: Conference Highlights People who love kids want to do the right thing. But they don’t always know how. This is never truer than when we talk about teaching kids about puberty, relationships, and sexuality. “If You Don’t,…