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Sexuality and Relationships Education


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    Curtin Perth
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Sexuality and Relationships Education (SRE) is learning about the emotional, social and physical aspects of growing up, relationships. Sex, human sexuality and sexual health. Students will: apply pedagogical approaches; acquire knowledge. Skills and positive attitudes towards relationships and sexuality; and examine, plan, deliver and assess current sexuality and relationships education curriculum. Other topics include: the importance of a safe, supportive classroom environment; handling sensitive issues that may be perceived as barriers to teaching SRE; strategies for engaging with parents and the wider community; assessing SRE resources; strategies that are affirming of sexual diversity; and working competently and confidently in a multicultural environment.

What you'll learn

  • promote, plan and present creative, interactive and inclusive SRE lessons using appropriate curriculum
  • apply sexuality and relationships education research for the development of a rationale for a sexual relationships education topic
  • critically reflect, discuss and facilitate aspects of sexuality in a comfortable, respectful and non-judgemental manner
  • analyse and apply effective methods for teaching and evaluating sexuality and relationships education
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