Using drama for sex education: The reflection of the teacher educator and secondary school teachers

Oi Yee Teresa POON

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Abstract

This study aims to describe the process of how drama can be used as a teaching approach for the effective learning of sex education topics in secondary schools. The participants in this study comprises of five student-teachers of a Bachelor of Education (Secondary) part-time degree programme at HKIEd. The study was comtextualized in a B.Ed, module on Personal and Social Education: Sex Education. The reflections of both the student-teachers and the teacher educator on how the teaching approach helps to promote the personal and social development of the students are reported.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2004

Citation

Poon, T. (2004, July). Using drama for sex education: The reflection of the teacher educator and secondary school teachers. Paper presented at the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) World Assembly 2004: Teachers as learners: Building communities for professional development, Hong Kong, China.

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