Sharlene Johnson Gisela Winkler and Maren Bodenstein HIV & AIDS and Health & Family Life Education are challenging areas of the curriculum to teach. This book aims to meet the pre-service and in-service needs of secondary teachers, tackling important issues in depth, providing all that the aspiring or busy teacher needs to know. It provides clear accurate background information along with activities to encourage reflection and better practice to aid professional development. Practical suggestions for how to approach the various aspects of HIV and AIDS education and difficult issues in the classroom enable teachers to encourage attitude and behaviour change and prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS.
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144pp • 248 x 187mm • 9780230728677 Sharlene Johnson was the HIV & AIDS Coordinator for the MOE in Guyana, and head of the Ministry’s School Health, Nutrition and HIV & AIDS Department. A member of the Caribbean HIV and AIDS Coordinators Network, she has advised on school materials for the region. Dr Gisela Winkler has been a teacher trainer for many years and has published a number of training manuals and learner materials that focus on HIV and AIDS. Maren Maren Bodenst Bodenst ein has worked in teacher education for over two decades and has designed and implemented a teacher training programme on HIV and AIDS in South Africa.
• What every teacher needs to know about HIV and AIDS • Introducing HIV and AIDS lessons at secondary school • Preventing the spread of HIV • Teaching life skills that prevent the spread of HIV • Teaching about sex and sexuality • Teaching about HIV and AIDS across the curriculum • Teaching in a society affected by HIV and AIDS
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