The perceptions of prospective teachers toward sex education
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The perceptions of prospective teachers toward sex education

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sex instruction,
  • College students -- Attitudes,
  • Sex differences (Psychology),
  • Prediction of teacher success

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Edition Notes

Statementby Diana Cook Davis
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 114 leaves
Number of Pages114
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14631390M

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The research study was also aimed at ascertaining whether the attitude of students towards the teaching of sex education make the teachers to shy away from sex education or the teachers are shy to teach sex education to both boys and girls in the same classroom. In carrying out the study a questionnaire was administered to students. The below Parents Perception Of Sex Education research work will serve you as research guideline. It may also serve as source of ideas while developing Parents Perception Of Sex Education related topics. You may also refer to, paraphrase or cite this Parents Perception Of Sex Education work directly, provided that you include proper references. Other teachers, however, express a high degree of confidence and self-efficacy with regard to teaching sexuality education, and think that personality, comfort with one’s own sexuality, and life experience make some teachers better suited than others to teaching students about sex (Helleve et al. b, ). Finally, the fact that teachers. The concept of sex education and its introduction in junior secondary schools has witnessed much controversies and misconception by many teachers, parents, the society and students. The concept of sex education which is sometimes called sexuality education or sex and relationship education attracts a plethora of definitions from different people.

ABSTRACT This r esearch work sets out to investigate teachers and students perception of the teaching of sexuality education in some selected secondary schools in Ikpoba Okha Local Government Area of Edo State. To achieve this, a total number of f our (4) research questions were raised and twenty (20) test items were constructed using. 1. Parental perception of the teaching of sex education to adolescents in secondary schools is not significantly negative. 2. There is no significant difference between literate and illiterate parents in their perception of sex education adolescents in secondary schools. VI. Methodology. The attitude of teachers toward the teaching of sex education in secondary schools has become a source of worry as the contompory social vice and educational set back. Therefore the major aim of this study is to discuss the attitudes of teacher in students in secondary schools sex education. Dike, B () A hand book of child psychology. PERCEPTION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ON SEX EDUCATION. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY. The concept of sex education and its introduction in junior secondary schools has witnessed much controversies and misconception by many teachers, parents, the society and students.