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Teachers’ conceptions of, and obstacles to, sex education in portuguese primary schools

Anastácio, Zélia; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: Taylor & Francis Publicador: Taylor & Francis
Tipo: Parte de Livro
Publicado em //2005 Português
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Teachers’ conceptions result from the interaction between their scientific knowledge, their systems of values, and their social and professional practice. Obstacles to teaching sex education may have several origins: epistemological, didactical, psychological and social. The aim of this research is to identify teachers’ conceptions and obstacles, that prevent them from teaching sex education. We intend to apply several research instruments: questionnaires, debates, focus groups, individual interviews and specific cases registration. The research starting point was the questionnaire. Its preliminary results suggest that sexual intercourse, fertilisation and sexual pleasure are the most difficult content, that the environmental milieu, the community and the church are the main obstacles to teaching sex education, and that specific training for sex education teaching seems to be necessary.; European Science Education Research Association (ESERA).; nmw-essen - Research Group & Graduate School Teaching & Learning Science.

Sex education : analysis of teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions from 12 countries of Europe, Africa and Middle East; L’éducation à la sexualité : conceptions d’enseignants et futurs enseignants de douze pays

Berger, Dominique; Bernard, Sandie; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Munoz, François; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: AFEC Publicador: AFEC
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 03/09/2007 Português
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School Sex Education is nowadays an important public health issue as it concerns not only youth AIDS prevention (and other sexually transmitted infections – STI) and adolescent pregnancy prevention but also interpersonal relationships and psychosocial issues. Therefore school sex education contributes to promote better citizenship. The European FP6 Biohead-Citizen research project aims to understand how biology, health and environmental education can contribute to improving citizenship. It analyses the social representations and practices of teachers in several countries, focusing on their differences and associating them to controlled parameters (e.g. social context, religion, gender). In this communication we analyse data concerning teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions on the topic of sex education derived from a questionnaire that was constructed and tested during the first year of the project. The questionnaire was completed by 5189 teachers and future teachers from 12 countries. We used statistical multivariate analyses, a method that has become standard for investigating complex data derived from many individuals that needs to be analysed according to many variables (here we have used the responses to the questions as variables). The results show that the factors that correlate most closely with the teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions are religion...

Sex education : teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions and social representations : what relevance for teachers’ training?; Education à la sexualité : représentations sociales, conceptions des enseignants et futurs enseignants, quelle incidence en formation?

Berger, Dominique; Bernard, Sandie; Clément, Pierre; Carvalho, Graça Simões de
Fonte: Palme Publications & Bookshops Publicador: Palme Publications & Bookshops
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em 21/09/2008 Português
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School-based education programmes are particularly good at providing information and opportunities for skills development and attitude clarification in more formal ways, through lessons within a curriculum. To public health, school sex education is nowadays an important public health issue as it concerns not only youth AIDS prevention (and other sexually transmitted infections) and adolescent pregnancy prevention but also interpersonal relationships and psychosocial issues. So it’s very important to well know the obstacles to sexuality education’s implementation. Therefore school sex education contributes to promote better citizenship. Various researches show the importance of social representations on teachers’ individual conceptions and practices. In this communication we analyse teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions about sex education by using a questionnaire from 12 countries of Europe, Africa and Middle East, focusing on differences in conceptions related to controlled parameters (e.g. social context, religion, gender). It was applied to 5189 teachers and future teachers and we used standard statistical multivariate methods to investigate the structure of this complex dataset. The results show that teachers’ conceptions and future teachers’ conceptions clearly correlate to social representations linked to the countries’ culture...

Children sexual arousal and primary school teachers’ perceptions of sex education training needs

Anastácio, Zélia; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Parte de Livro
Publicado em 21/09/2008 Português
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The purpose of this research was to identify primary school teachers’ conceptions about sex education in classroom. More precisely, in this paper we analyse teachers’ perceptions of children’s behaviour concerned with sexuality arousal, teachers’ perceptions of their specific training needs to teach sexuality topics and the influent factors in these conceptions. The research was developed in three steps: a questionnaire was carried out and applied to a sample of 486 individuals; a debate was organized between four teachers, being two favourable to sex education and the other ones not favourable; five focus groups were realized with a total of 19 participants. The questionnaire data were statistically analysed. Content analysis of debate and focus groups transcripts was carried out by using the pivot terms method, in order to identify conceptions categories and argumentation. The questionnaire results show that the most frequent children’s behaviours noticed by teachers are: talking about boy/girlfriends; touching colleagues and drawing genital organs; observing colleagues in the toilets; manipulation of pornographic reviews and to have knowledge that children assist to pornographic movies. Teachers’ training needs are essentially concerned with: scientific knowledge to teach what is necessary; to prepare them to answer to children’s unpredictable questions; to prepare them to develop values awareness; to help them to identify and solve children’s sexual abuse; training in articulation with sex education processes at school; and training to deal with these topics with parents. In the focus groups teachers reported several situations of children sexual behaviour at school and specified training needs...

Sex education : analysis of teacher’s and future teacher’s conceptions from 12 countries of Europe, Africa and Middle East

Berger, Dominique; Bernard, Sandie; Khzami, Salah-Eddine; Jourdan, Didier; Carvalho, Graça Simões de
Fonte: Sense Publishers Publicador: Sense Publishers
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2009 Português
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School Sex Education is nowadays an important public health issue as it concerns not only youth AIDS prevention (and other sexually transmitted infections) and adolescent pregnancy prevention but also interpersonal relationships and psychosocial issues. Therefore school sex education contributes to promote better citizenship. The European FP6 Biohead-Citizen research project aims at understanding how biology, health and environmental education can contribute to improving citizenship. It analyses the social representations and practices of teachers in several countries, focusing on differences in conceptions related to controlled parameters (e.g. social context, religion, gender). In this communication we analyse teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions about sex education by using a questionnaire that we designed and tested during the first year of the project. It was applied to 6379 teachers and future teachers from 12 countries and we used standard statistical multivariate methods to investigate the structure of this complex dataset, with special focus on the importance of personal and socio-cultural representations. The results show that teachers’ conceptions and future teachers’ conceptions clearly correlate to religion...

Results of a sex education program for 2nd and 3rd cycle of portuguese basic education students

Anastácio, Zélia; Marinho, Susana
Fonte: INFAD Publicador: INFAD
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2014 Português
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Background: Promoting sexual and reproductive health of adolescents contributes to their personal and social education (Ramiro et al, 2011). However, there is often a gap between the perception of the school about the sexuality of their students and the reality they actually live in. As so, the SE projects implemented may not coincide with the young people real needs (Allen, 2008). Objectives: This research aims to identify the needs of basic education students on human sexuality and sex education (SE) and, from these, to develop their skills in order to promote a healthy sexuality. Participants: We worked with a convenience sample of 2nd and 3rd cycle students of Portuguese basic education attending a school in urban milieu. Methods: Being an action-research project, at the diagnostic phase we carried out a questionnaire for the second and the third cycle of basic education students attending an Oporto school. Questionnaire was filled in online by 397 students. The data obtained were taken into account when developing a SE program applied to 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th grade students, in the school by teachers. After the program we applied a new questionnaire, which was filled in on paper by 112 students, in order to ascertain the changes occurred. Results: About 47% of the students acquired a comprehensive concept of sexuality...

Creating controversy: sex education and the Christian Right in South Australia.

Gibson, Sally
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2010 Português
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In 2003 a panic was created about the introduction of a new model of sex education in South Australia known as the Sexual Health and Relationships Education (SHARE) project. This thesis explores the particular circumstances and conditions that enabled the SHARE project to emerge as a public problem in South Australia in 2003. It does this through analyzing the similarities and differences between the campaign against SHARE and others that have taken place against sex education in Australia and the US since the 1980s in terms of the organisations involved, the strategies used and the fears/moral panics invoked and evoked. I use the controversy created against the SHARE project as a starting point, not only to produce an historical account of a particular event in sex education in Australia but also to contribute to an understanding of the power dynamics that govern sexuality locally and in a broader global context. The methodological approach used in this thesis includes an analysis of ‘local discursivities’ relating to the SHARE project and the genealogy of those discourses. Following Foucault and queer and feminist applications of his work, the thesis particularly explores how discourses relating to ‘homosexuality’ and ‘child abuse’ were deployed in the campaign against the SHARE project. The thesis then identifies alternative discourses and approaches that can strengthen sex education programs in Australia based on the lessons learnt from the campaign against the SHARE project. To assist my analysis of the controversy about the SHARE project interviews were conducted with other educators who have produced sex education resources in Australia. These revealed that while there has been some opposition to sex education in Australia over the last 20 years this has not been well organised or sustained. The campaign against the SHARE project therefore represents a unique event in the history of sex education in Australia. The thesis argues that one major contributing factor to this event is the strengthening of the relationship between conservative political parties and evangelical activist groups in Australia and their use of tactics and materials developed by Christian Right groups in the United States. The thesis analyses the implications of this religious activism within the context of current Australian politics and assesses whether the ‘family values’ discourse...

Sex education in South Australia: the past and the present

Talukdar, J.; Aspland, T.; Datta, P.
Fonte: Routledge Publicador: Routledge
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2013 Português
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In South Australia, sex education has been controversial since its inception. The Australasian White Cross league and the Family Planning Association of South Australia were the pioneers of sex education in South Australia. The framing of a national framework and the implementation of the SHARE (Sexual Health and Relationships Education) project in recent years have contributed to the field of sex education; however, not without controversies. This study traces the development and the major incidents in the history of sex education in South Australia to date.; Joy Talukdar, Tania Aspland and Poulomee Datta

Coeducation versus single-sex education in Spain : does the election between these models have a repercussion on the transmission of the democratic value of gender equality at school?

LORENZO RODRÍGUEZ-ARMAS, Magdalena
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Trabalho em Andamento Formato: application/pdf; digital
Português
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This study aims to address, from a legal-constitutional and gender perspective, a political and scholarly legal debate that is currently at the forefront in Spain concerning two opposing educational models: coeducation versus single-sex education. It will be explained the terms of the debate now concerning single-sex education in Spain, related more to the recruitment stage than to a different pedagogical model or curriculum to be given. While this debate has been wide spread in the Anglo-American context, it has nevertheless not been developed extensively in the Spanish legal scholarly literature nor in the political sphere. Even so, as will be shown, some relevant studies have been undertaken regarding the issue of defending one or the other model and adopting a certain position with regard to the suitability or not of supporting single-sex schools with public funds. In this paper it will be examined who defends or rejects single-sex or coeducation in the legal scholarship and political debate and on what grounds. The main question I will attempt to answer in these pages is the following: does the election between these models in Spain have a repercussion on the transmission and achievement of constitutional/democratic values, such as the real and effective equality between men and women?

Sex Education for Students with Disabilities

Boehning, Alison
Fonte: Theresa A, Ochoa, School of Education, Indiana Univeristy Publicador: Theresa A, Ochoa, School of Education, Indiana Univeristy
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 580264 bytes; application/pdf
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Thank you to Jeanne Sept, Dean of Faculties,and Dean Geraldo Gonzalez and Sarah Baumgart at the School of Education, Indiana University.; What accounts for the high rates of teen pregnancy, contraction of sexually transmitted diseases and infections? Sex education is crucial for students with developmental disabilities, and the current sex education curriculum violates the spirit of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act which offers a free and appropriate education to students with disabilities. Educators, parents, and health professionals must not only be available, but also must find the necessary curriculum to establish healthy living skills for America's youth in general and more specifically for students with disabilities.; Dean of Faculties and School of Education, Indiana University

Sex education for individuals who have a developmental disability : the need for assessment

Watson, Shelley.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
Português
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This study was an evaluation of the sexual knowledge of individuals who have '"a developmental disability and the effect of sex education. This was also a pilot study involving the evaluation of the Socio-Sexual Knowledge and Attitudes Assessment Tool (SSKAAT; Griffiths & Lunsky, in press). This tool is a revised version of the Socio-Sexual Knowledge and Attitudes Test (SSKAT; Wish, Fiechtl McCombs, & Edmonson, 1980). Thirty-two individuals participated in the study (20 males and 12 females), who were receiving supports from local community agencies. Participants were assessed using the SSKAAT and SSKAT in an initial assessment and in a 6-week follow-up. Sixteen participants received a 6-week sex education program, Life Horizons I and II (Kempton & Stanfield, 1988a, 1988b), between the assessments, while 16 participants served as a control group. It was found that sex education was successful at increasing knowledge regarding sexuality, as demonstrated by increased scores on both the SSKAT and SSKAAT. However, the current study did not demonstrate any significant effect of gender on knowledge about sexuality. It was also found that IQ did not have a significant effect on knowledge regarding sexuality. The present study found the SSKAAT to be very reliable...

Sex education in schools: what teenagers really know?

Correia, Teresa; Correia, Carlos; Martins, Matilde
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico de Viseu Publicador: Instituto Politécnico de Viseu
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Português
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In the current framework of guidance considers the obligation to address sexual education in schools in Portugal (Law No. 60/2009 of 6 August, Order No. 196-A / 2010 of 9 April). Objectives: To identify students knowledge in relation to new legislation and basics of sex education. Cross-sectional study with a sample with 530 students from secondary schools of a northern region of Portugal. The assessment protocol includes sociodemographic questionnaire (Correia 2004) and it was applied from October to December of 2011. Data analysis was performed using SPSS. The informed consent was obtain from schools. The proportion of students who know the current law on sex education in schools is 37.4%, the proportion of female students who know this law is greater than that of males (41.3% vs. 32.2%). Exist a statistical significant association between this knowledge and sex (p = 0.037), continuing the girls the most informed group. About 30% of students in this sample doesn't identify basic concepts of sexual and reproductive health and family planning neither sexually transmitted infections. In relation to knowledge about contraception also found a statistical significant association with sex (p <0.000), with a higher proportion of knowledge for the female group who also knows more than a contraceptive method (78.7% vs. 55.7%). The weak information of adolescents knowledge about sex education and gender differences still seem to persist in spite of the existence of sex education in schools from Portugal. Maybe sex education should be a subject in a curriculum from a school...

Sex education in schools: what teenagers really know?

Correia, Teresa; Correia, Carlos; Martins, Matilde
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Português
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Introduction: In the current framework of guidance considers the obligation to address sexual education in schools in Portugal (Law No. 60/2009 of 6 August, Order No. 196-A / 2010 of 9 April). Objectives: To identify students knowledge in relation to new legislation and basics of sex education. Methods: Cross-sectional study with a sample with 530 students from secondary schools of a northern region of Portugal. The assessment protocol includes sociodemographic questionnaire (Correia 2004) and it was applied from October to December of 2011. Data analysis was performed using SPSS. The informed consent was obtain from schools. Results: The proportion of students who know the current law on sex education in schools is 37.4%, the proportion of female students who know this law is greater than that of males (41.3% vs. 32.2%). Exist a statistical significant association between this knowledge and sex (p = 0.037), continuing the girls the most informed group. About 30% of students in this sample doesn't identify basic concepts of sexual and reproductive health and family planning neither sexually transmitted infections. In relation to knowledge about contraception also found a statistical significant association with sex (p <0.000)...

Sex education in schools:what teenagers really know?

Correia, Teresa; Correia, Carlos; Martins, Matilde
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, Escola Superior de Saúde de Viseu Publicador: Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, Escola Superior de Saúde de Viseu
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Português
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.27%
In the current framework of guidance considers the obligation to address sexual education in schools in Portugal (Law No. 60/2009 of 6 August, Order No. 196-A / 2010 of 9 April). Objectives: To identify students knowledge in relation to new legislation and basics of sex education. Methods: Cross-sectional study with a sample with 530 students from secondary schools of a northern region of Portugal. The assessment protocol includes sociodemographic questionnaire (Correia 2004) and it was applied from October to December of 2011. Data analysis was performed using SPSS. The informed consent was obtain from schools. The proportion of students who know the current law on sex education in schools is 37.4%, the proportion of female students who know this law is greater than that of males (41.3% vs. 32.2%). Exist a statistical significant association between this knowledge and sex (p = 0.037), continuing the girls the most informed group. About 30% of students in this sample doesn't identify basic concepts of sexual and reproductive health and family planning neither sexually transmitted infections. In relation to knowledge about contraception also found a statistical significant association with sex (p <0.000), with a higher proportion of knowledge for the female group who also knows more than a contraceptive method (78.7% vs. 55.7%). The weak information of adolescents knowledge about sex education and gender differences still seem to persist in spite of the existence of sex education in schools from Portugal. Maybe sex education should be a subject in a curriculum from a school...

Educação sexual e formação de professores de ciencias biologicas : contradições, limites e possibilidades; Sex education and training of teachers of biological sciences ; : contradictions, limits and possibilities

Claudia Ramos de Souza Bonfim
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/02/2009 Português
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A presente pesquisa consiste em compreender as contradições, possibilidades e limitações da Educação Sexual na disciplina de Ciências nas Escolas de Ensino Fundamental. Parte-se dos fundamentos históricos, políticos e filosóficos para compreender a sexualidade humana e os discursos hegemônicos sobre sexualidade e educação. Aborda-se a trajetória histórica e os marcos epistemológicos da universidade brasileira, as políticas de formação do professor de Ciências Biológicas e a Educação Sexual no Brasil da matriz colonial à proposta da universidade liberal, do patriarcalismo às políticas educacionais leigas e a concepção médica-higienista de Educação Sexual; a universidade brasileira como projeto nacional-desenvolvimentista, as políticas de formação de professores para a industrialização e a abordagem tecnicista da sexualidade. Analisam-se as concepções de sexo e sexualidade no discurso e prática dos professores de Ciências Biológicas e passagem histórica da sexualidade como tema do campo biológico para as Ciências Humanas; as matrizes da reflexão sobre a sexualidade na modernidade, a identidade biológico-reprodutiva matricial e suas legitimações a partir das teorias de Lamarck, Mendel e Darwin; a ruptura moderna com o naturalismo biológico: Havelock Ellis e Freud; a apropriação das ciências humanas e sociais das representações matriciais de sexo e sexualidade...

Portuguese primary school teachers' conceptions and obstacles to sex education in classroom

Anastácio, Zélia; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: University of London. Institute of Education Publicador: University of London. Institute of Education
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2008 Português
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This research intends to identify primary school teachers’ conceptions and obstacles to teach sex education, more precisely, teachers’ opinions and perceptions of difficulties, fears and supports and the contextual factors that can influence their conceptions. The research starting point was the construction and validation of the questionnaire. This instrument was applied to a large sample with 486 primary school teachers from the northern region of Portugal. A database was constructed and statistical tests were applied. Results suggest that: teachers are little favourable to sex education in primary school; the most difficult area to teach is the expressions of sexuality; the most difficult topics to approach are related to sexual pleasure; teachers prefer the participation of parents, health professionals and psychologists; the reactions and mentalities of parents and conservative milieu are the strongest fears; teachers consider colleagues, school director and school group president supporting them; the teachers’ training expressed needs are scientific knowledge, to help them to respond easily to children's unpredictable questions and to prepare them to develop values awareness. The factors which reflect the strongest influence on teachers’ conceptions are: academic qualifications...

Sex Education : teachers' social representations, conceptions and practices

Berger, Dominique; Bernard, Sandie; Carvalho, Graça Simões de
Fonte: Pegem Akademi Publicador: Pegem Akademi
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2010 Português
Relevância na Pesquisa
66.22%
School Sex Education is nowadays an important public health issue as it concerns not only youth AIDS prevention (and other sexually transmitted infections) and adolescent pregnancy prevention but also interpersonal relationships and psychosocial issues. Therefore school sex education contributes to promote better citizenship. The European FP6 Biohead-Citizen research project aims to understand how biology, health and environmental education can contribute to improve citizenship. It analyses the social representations and practices of teachers in several countries, focusing on their differences and associating them to controlled parameters (e.g. social context, religion, gender). In this communication we analyse data concerning teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions on the topic of sex education derived from a questionnaire that was constructed and tested during the first year of the project. The questionnaire was completed by 6001 teachers and future teachers from 15 countries. We used statistical multivariate analysis, a method that has become standard for investigating complex data derived from many individuals that needs to be analysed according to many variables (here we used the responses to the questions as variables). The results show that the factors that correlate more closely with the teachers’ and future teachers’ conceptions are religion...

Changes in sexual behavior following a sex education program in Brazilian public schools

Andrade,Heloísa Helena Siqueira Monteiro; Mello,Maeve Brito de; Sousa,Maria Helena; Makuch,Maria Yolanda; Bertoni,Neilane; Faúndes,Anibal
Fonte: Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública Sergio Arouca, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz Publicador: Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública Sergio Arouca, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/05/2009 Português
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This paper describes an evaluation of possible changes in sexual behavior in adolescents who participated in a school-based sex education program in selected public schools in four municipalities in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The program is inserted within the context of reproductive rights, deals with risks involved in unsafe sexual practices and focuses on the positive aspects of sexuality. A quasi-experimental design with pre and post-tests and a non-equivalent control group was used to evaluate the intervention. A total of 4,795 questionnaires were included in this analysis. The program succeeded in more than doubling consistent condom use with casual partners and in increasing the use of modern contraceptives during last intercourse by 68%. The intervention had no effect on age at first intercourse or on adolescents' engagement in sexual activities. The sex education program was effective in generating positive changes in the sexual behavior of adolescents, while not stimulating participation in sexual activities.

Portuguese primary school teacher´s argumentation for doing or not doing sex education

Anastácio, Zélia; Carvalho, Graça Simões de; Clément, Pierre
Fonte: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) Publicador: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA)
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /08/2005 Português
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In order to identify the obstacles to teaching sex education in Portuguese primary school, we have analysed the arguments used by teachers pro and against sex education in a public debate as well as their different use of the keywords “family” and “parents”.; Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia - POCTI/CED/44187/2002. European Project FP6 Biohead-Citizen CIT2-CT-2004-506015.

Percepções de professores portugueses sobre educação sexual; Percepciones de profesores portugueses sobre educación sexual; Perceptions of Portuguese teachers about sex education

Ramiro, Lúcia; Matos, Margarida Gaspar de
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Saúde Pública Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Saúde Pública
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em 01/08/2008 Português
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OBJETIVO: Avaliar percepções e atitudes em relação à educação sexual entre professores portugueses do ensino básico e secundário. MÉTODOS: Participaram do estudo 371 professores de ambos os sexos, do segundo e terceiro ciclos e do ensino secundário do continente Português, entre Fevereiro e Março de 2006. A coleta de dados foi feita por meio de questionário, pela técnica bola de neve, constituído por duas partes; a primeira abordava dados sociodemográficos, caracterização profissional, crenças religiosas, formação e experiência em educação sexual em meio escolar. A segunda parte foi composta por escalas relativas a atitudes, importância atribuída a temas de educação sexual e nível de ensino para introduzir tópicos de educação sexual. A análise das diferenças entre géneros, entre professores com e sem experiência em educação sexual, e entre professores com e sem formação complementar na área foi efectuada pela análise de variância ANOVA. RESULTADOS: Os professores, no geral, revelaram quer atitude quer importância médias/altas em relação à educação sexual. Imagem corporal foi o único tópico que deveria ser introduzido no primeiro ciclo. As professoras [F(1;366)=7,772; p=0,006] por oposição aos professores...