Wide Open Spaces
There’s nothing to hide or be ashamed of – birth control and abstinence should be a part of everyday conversation and you want to get it out in the open. In fact, you believe young people should have a positive attitude surrounding birth control and abstinence. We think you’re right. You’re here to learn how to teach in a way that allows them to weigh their options and make informed decisions surrounding these protection methods.
On a Mission
We’ve consulted key players – medical professionals, trainers, classroom teachers, youth serving professionals, public health workers, and researchers – to style this class for you in today’s world. Learn to teach in a relevant, inclusive way – one that resonates directly with young people’s communities. Engage them in sex-positive conversations encouraging body autonomy, building confidence.
Get Out the Compass
Help young people navigate all forms of birth control and learn what will work best for them. The more knowledge we can impart together, the more common these areas of everyday life will become.
All By Myself?
Never. Self-guided doesn’t mean we leave you hanging, we want you to be a part of the conversation as much as you do. So, we’ve included handy self-assessments throughout each course to ensure you become a master of information.