Free through December 31, 2020
Teaching Sexuality and Answering Questions
Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby
Well, let’s talk about teaching sex and sexuality. Better yet, let’s dive into the information you’ll need to engage in strong conversations with young people. Take your passion for teaching to another level, a human level, and realize your potential impact to change the conversation through a lens of social justice and racial equality.
Applying a Trauma Informed Lens to Sex Education
Constant attention, caring awareness, sensitivity – as a teacher these come second nature to you. All of these will come into play as you learn how to connect, convey safety, show trustworthiness and transparency – all in the name of providing a safe, open, trauma-informed learning environment. No mask or cape, just your passion for teaching young people.
STIs and HIV
Sexual Reproduction and Anatomy
Available in September
What came first? The chicken or the egg?
Everything starts somewhere right? And that somewhere generally includes a foundation – a base, if you will – solid and broad enough to support everything else. Enter, sexual and reproductive anatomy. Don’t worry, we don’t require a med school depth of understanding – just a thorough, top-level, kind of understanding.
Relationships and Consent
Available in October
You’ll see… Your mission, since you’ve accepted it – guide young people on an exploration of their relationships. You’re here to teach them how to create life skills to build and maintain positive relationships and to identify harmful and supportive behaviors.
Abstinence and Birth Control
Available in October
Talk to Me
You know birth control is out there and you know how it works and, sure, you know abstinence is a form of birth control. But do you know how to teach the effectiveness of these methods in an inclusive way? Do you know what actually works?
Virtual Instructor-Led Trainings
Facilitation Skills Course
Nov 4 – Dec 8
Hello, you’re here.
You’re here because you want to help young people normalize deep, meaningful conversations about sex and sexuality. You want to remove the stigma associated with these topics and encourage them to be a part of everyday conversations.
Facilitating Sex Education
Oct 15 – Nov 20
The next step.
You’ve taken your passion for teaching to another level and realized your potential impact to change the conversation through a lens of social justice and racial equality. Now you want to push your impact even further by learning what it takes to become a dynamic educator.
Facilitating from a Trauma-Informed Lens
Sept 29 – Oct 30 or Nov 10 – Dec 10
Through the self-paced course, you focused on understanding techniques to create and sustain a trauma-informed learning environment. You know how to communicate, accept, and validate these emotions in others. Now, you’ll build on that foundation. Learn skills and apply techniques needed to create and sustain a trauma-informed learning environment, and to identify and work with young people who may be exhibiting behaviors based on previous trauma.