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ERIC Number: ED034241
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Dec
Pages: 92
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Talks to Teachers.
Kahn, Esther B.; And Others
In August, 1967, the Bedford program for School and Community Participation in Sex and Family Living Education received a Title III grant to create a Center for the Study of Sex and Family Living Education. The center organized an inservice teacher education program for Bedford teachers grade one through twelve. The inservice teacher education program was designed to afford the participants both a cognitive and affective learning experience. This pamphlet includes the lectures that formed the basis of the inservice course. Included in these lectures are: (1) "Sex Education from an Anthropological-Historical Perspective", by Albert A. Kahn; (2) "An Approach to Sex Education: The Fit to be Tied Program", by Donald E. McLean; (3) "A Protestant Minister Views Sex and Family Life Education", by Boardman Kathan; (4) "A Catholic Priest Views Sex and Family Life Education", by John McCall; (5) "Biological Foundations of Human Reproduction", by Ellison Pierce; (6) "Narcotics, Drug Addiction and Sex", by David Myerson; (7) "Smoking, Alcohol and Sex", by Henry Gurney; (8) "V.D. as Medical, Social and Sex Problems", by Nicholas Fiumara. The research reported herein was funded under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. (Author/KJ)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Bedford Public Schools, MA. Center for the Study of Sex and Family Living Education.