WORKSHOP #210 February 8 - February 28, 2021

Teaching About Human Sexuality

Developed and Facilitated by Christine Sturgeon & Carlie McPhee. Alberta Health Services, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Calgary Region

This online workshop prepares participants to teach about human sexuality and sexual health in schools and/or the community. Participants will:

❖ Consider concerns and increase comfort

❖ Identify personal and community values

❖ Learn about addressing concerns

❖ Become familiar with models, curricula, objectives, rationales and frameworks

❖ Gain awareness of successful teaching tools and strategies

❖ Explore a variety of reputable resources

❖ Have the opportunity to network with other individuals teaching sexuality

Teaching About Human Sexuality

registration fee
  • Christine Sturgeon (B.Ed., Certified Child Development Coordinator, Certified Addiction Studies) is an AHS-Sexual and Reproductive Health Community Educator with professional experience as a high school teacher, crisis intervention & family specialist, parent educator and addictions support home provider. She has had the opportunity to teach an array of topics such as healthy sexuality, working with high risk youth, ESL and domestic conflict resolution.

    Carlie McPhee (BKin) is a Calgary zone Community Educator on the Sexual and Reproductive Health team within Alberta Health Services. Carlie is a health promoter, facilitator and strategic planner. She is passionate about all Albertans getting the information, skills and resources they need to lead healthy happy lives. She brings a vast facilitation and educator background to the table. She has been working in Sexual and Reproductive Health field for the past 3 years and enjoys this area of work very much. She is excited to support your learning throughout the workshop.

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