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Dates
Fall 2005
Collection
Serials Collection
Format
Serial Publication
Scope and Content
“Hard to Teach” ARTICLES p4 ADVOCATES ON BOTH SIDES ARE AS PASSIONATE AS EVER: SIECUS CONTROVERSY REPORT 2004–05 School Year Maxwell Ciardullo, Public Policy Assistant, SIECUS Washington, DC p20 LAKOFF FOR SEXUALITY EDUCATORS: THE POWER AND MAGIC OF “FRAMING” Deborah M. Roffman, MS, CSE, CFLE, Sexu…
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Dates
Fall 2005
Collection
Serials Collection
Format
Serial Publication
Scope and Content
“Hard to Teach” ARTICLES p4 ADVOCATES ON BOTH SIDES ARE AS PASSIONATE AS EVER: SIECUS CONTROVERSY REPORT 2004–05 School Year Maxwell Ciardullo, Public Policy Assistant, SIECUS Washington, DC p20 LAKOFF FOR SEXUALITY EDUCATORS: THE POWER AND MAGIC OF “FRAMING” Deborah M. Roffman, MS, CSE, CFLE, Sexuality Educator and Consultant Baltimore, MD p26 LESSON PLAN: CONCEPTUAL MODELS OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY: BASEBALL IS OUT; PIZZA IS IN Al Vernacchio, M.S.Ed., Sexuality Educator Philadelphia, PA p32 LESSON PLAN: YOUR GENDER—BEYOND BLACK & WHITE Lis Maurer, Coordinator, Center for LGBT Education, Outreach & Services Ithaca College Ithaca, NY p34 ACTIVITY: HARM REDUCTION AND SEXUAL HEALTH Rachel Herzing, Program Director, Health Initiatives for Youth San Francisco, CA p36 SUMMARY: ENCOURAGE SELF-AWARENESS AND RESPECT FOR SEXUAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLINICAL SETTING Laura Hill-Sakurai MD, Assistant Professor Christina Lee, Medical Student William Shore MD, Professor University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) San Francisco, CA
Publication
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States
Subject Access
Sex Education
Location
SIECUS Report
URL Notes
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