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Building Respectful Relationships – Stepping out against gender-based violence

 

 

Building Respectful Relationships: Stepping Out against Gender-Based Violence is a set of sequential teaching activities to educate secondary school students about gender, violence and respectful relationships.

 

Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) for the 21st Century

SRE1Supplementary advice to the Sex and Relationship Education Guidance DfEE (0116/2000)

This material is from the UK, but I found it particularly interesting as it addresses pornography.

Just be mindful that it is a UK document and as we say, “When things are different, they’re not the same”.  Non-the-less, it’s a very good read. Supplementary Advice PDF.

To be used in conjunction with:  Sex and Relationship Education Guidance .

Djiyadi – Can we talk?

Djiyadi – Can we talk? – a resource manual for sexual health workers who work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.
This new manual contains tips, techniques and resources to assist sexual health workers to provide youth centred, culturally sensitive sexual health services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth clients.

Catching On Early – Sexuality Education for Victorian Primary Schools

coe-coverCatching On Early – Sexuality Education for Victorian Primary Schools (PDF – 3.4Mb) – Catching On Early is an evidence-based resource founded on the latest research into sexuality education and child sexual development. read more…

teachingsexualhealth.ca

teaching-sexual-health-cateachingsexualhealth.ca –comprehensive, accessible, innovative

An innovative website developed by Alberta educators and health professionals to help achieve excellence in teaching sexual  health. read more…

‘Coming Out’ footy posters

footy-postersNew ‘Coming Out’ footy posters

“Which team do you barrack for?” took on a whole new meaning with the launch of Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria’s (GLHV) ‘Coming Out’ series of 6 footy posters.  To view these posters, click here. If you are based in Victoria and would like to order free copies of the posters please email:   [email protected]

Safe Schools Coalition Victoria

sscv Safe Schools Coalition Victoria (SSCV) is a partnership between Rainbow Network Victoria and the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) as well as a coalition of schools and individuals dedicated to creating safer educational environments. Our aim is that schools in Victoria are places where same sex attracted and gender questioning young people are supported, where every family can belong, where every teacher can teach and every student can learn. Explore our website to find out more! The project is funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

Advocates For Youth; Resources for Sex Educators

sexed-resource-centerResources for Sex Educators

Sex educators play a vital role in providing young people with information they need to protect their health and futures.  Whether you are someone new to the field of sex education or trying to stay abreast of the latest effective programs and resources, Advocates For Youth can help. Explore the Sex Ed Center for lesson plans, curricula, national standards, and state legislation.
– Lesson Plans
– Programs that Work
– Curricula and Education Programs
– Resource Guides
– National Health Education Standards
– What does my state law say about teaching sex education?
– For Sex Education Activists: Policy and Advocacy Facts and Tools
– Background Information

Department of Education and Training, ACT

Department of Education and Training,  ACT

The information and links contained on this page are here to help you develop a sex education program within the curriculum guidelines of this State or Territory.

Depending on availability, the information may include:

  • Planning guidelines
  • Curriculum guidelines
  • Checklists
  • Policy development
  • Resources
  • Sample activities

Within the ACT Curriculum Framework you will find read more…

Department of Education, Tasmania

Department of Education, Tasmania

The information and links contained on this page are here to help you develop a sex education program within the curriculum guidelines of this State or Territory.

Depending on availability, the information may include:

  • Planning guidelines
  • Checklists
  • Policy development
  • Resources
  • Sample activities

To help develop Sex Education curriculum it will be useful to check out the Health and wellbeing K-10 syllabus and support materials link. This document is useful in deciding what to teach in sex education and which strands to link with.  read more…