- sex ed
- April 30th, 2009
it is going well. I have the class 4 days this week with average class size of 65 students. I finished up with the boys tonight. I had the upper class boys last night and the lower class tonight. What a difference. Boys really have to go through a lot. the upper class boys were cocky and some were obnoxious. the lower class boys were curious and overall a good response. They had questions...really well thought out questions. I was very proud of them. I have the upper class girls tomorrow night. I love this dorm but fear that they may be harder to focus due to the fact I know them....but love them!
I will be teaching next year in the second quarter. It will be a health class divided between myself and another colleague and supervised by the head of the counseling department. We are going to do a health class. I will be providing the medical, anatomical/physiological lectures and she will provide the sociological/psychological discussions. I like this format. I think this in service was a test and I passed. My feedback was that my info was very well researched with good delivery and was approachable. My hardest audience was the gay student body. I was very literal and unbias in my lecture...but i think they were looking for a reason. I am sorry. birth control is women centered and same sex male relationships don't cross over to that in medical relevance. Condoms and lubrication was discussed for std protection. Can't please everyone...but I try. there is always a drama queen and boy, was he! I rolled my eyes when he left. so typical.
Well, here is to more future possibilities and finally getting closer to that goal of teaching a health and sex class.