Students' Perspectives on the Timing of Key Learning Topics within Sexuality Education in Australia

Bernadette Duffy , Amanda Smith

Identifying appropriate curriculum content in sexuality education is heavily reliant on a number of factors within and beyond the school environment. Despite national and international sexuality education guidance, curriculum in this area tends to be inconsistently delivered in Australia, particularly in relation to the timing of topics. Young people have an important role in informing the timing of content. 

 

 

Recorded in September 2013 at the 21st WAS Congress for Sexual Health
‘Sexual Issues Straight from the Heart,’ Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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Bernadette Duffy

School of Health Sciences, University of Ballarat, Australia.

Amanda Smith

School of Health Sciences, University of Ballarat, Australia.

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