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ERIC Number: ED039601
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Mar
Pages: 44
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Reference Count: 0
EDUCATION ON HUMAN SEXUALITY IN RESIDENCE HALLS: (1) The Need and Rationale for Education on Human Sexuality among College Students: (2) The Planning: Staff and Process; (3) Implementation of the Program in the Residence Halls; (4) Involvement as a Consultant; and (5) From the Speaker's Point of View.
Lynch, Ann Q.; And Others
The planning and execution of a program on human sexuality was thoroughly described in these five speeches. Residence halls at the University of Florida were chosen as a setting for the program. The goals included: (1) involving students, counselors, consultants and student staff in a meaningful program; (2) presenting information by qualified resource people; (3) helping participants feel comfortable with the subject of sexuality; (4) personalizing the meaning of the information through small discussion groups; and (5) implementing the program to meet the varying needs of different student populations. The format of the program included: (1) circulation of a Human Sexuality Checklist designed to outline specific areas of interest; (2) a leadership conference involving 300 students; (3) followup programs in the individual residence halls; and (4) continuing evaluation of needs and interests of the students and staff. Results were discussed. (TL)
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Authoring Institution: American Coll. Personnel Association, Washington, DC.; Florida Univ., Gainesville.
Note: Papers presented at the American College Personnel Association Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, March 16-18, 1970