|Author:||Efrem Rosen,Estelle Weinstein|
|Title:||Teaching About Human Sexuality and Family: A Skills Based Approach|
|Format:||lrf mbr azw docx|
|ePUB size:||1161 kb|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||Cengage Learning; 1 edition (May 5, 2005)|
Estelle Weinstein and Efrem Rosen are both Wadsworth authors. Combined, they have over 70 years teaching experience. Estelle Weinstein, P. earned a Bachelor of Science at . Y at Brooklyn in Health & Physical Education. She received her Masters of Arts from Adelphi University for Community and School Health Education. She also received her Doctor of Philosophy at Hofstra University
TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT HUMAN SEXUALITY: A SKILLS BASED APPROACH is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to teach Sexual Education to children of all grade levels. The text's "life skills applied to content" approach incorporates the seven new national standards established by the profession as desired outcomes of Health Education curricula, with an emphasis on communication, problem solving, decision-making, stress management, and goal setting as they apply to human sexuality content
a skills-based approach. by Estelle Weinstein. Published 2006 by Thomson/Wadsworth in Belmont, CA. Written in English. Family life education, Sex instruction. Includes bibliographical references and index.
TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT HEALTH takes a case study approach and is written especially for the elementary classroom teacher. Each chapter considers health from a physical, social, and emotional perspective, acknowledging the mind-body connection. Nutrition and You incorporates a personalized approach to readers' nutritional concerns and interests in a readable, engaging, and motivating style. The photos, illustrations . Human Sexuality, Strong, Nov 1, 1998, Sex, 7 pages. Working with Young Children Student workbook, Judy Herr, Jun 1, 2011, Education, 184 pages.
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Human Sexuality & Family Life Issues. Mental Health for Health Educators. Health Education Learning Styles and Environments. Psycho-sexual Approaches to Sexuality Related Problems. Expected date of publication, 2001). Weinstein, E. & Rosen, E. ( 1999). Teaching children about health: An Multi-disciplinary approach. MA: Wadsworth Publishing Co. (l999). CDROM Test Bank for Teaching children about health: A multidisciplinary. Co. (l988). Sexuality counseling: issues & implications, CA: Brooks-Cole. Presented a workshop to all health classes about human sexuality and adolescence, as part of a grant awarded. March, l990 Locust Valley Schools, .
Teaching Children about Health book. TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT HEALTH takes a case study approach. TEACHING CHILDREN ABOUT HEALTH takes a case study approach and is written especially for the elementary classroom teacher.
Teaching a course in human sexuality can be exciting and gratifying, not only because such a course provides students with knowledge and skills they may use in working with others professionally, but also because it gives them information they can use in their personal lives. In addition, it provides an opportunity to help students develop critical thinking skills. We take the position that grounding ourselves in an explicit theoretical framework as we teach about sexuality will result in a more effective experience for students.