Sexuality and relationships education - undergraduate and Postgraduate Units Undergraduate and postgraduate units in Relationships and Sexuality Education
Undergraduate and postgraduate units in Relationships and Sexuality Education
Delivered by Curtin University.
Note: Undergraduate or postgraduate students from any WA university are welcome to enrol in this unit via a cross‐institutional enrolment.
Undergraduate Unit Code: EDUC4012 (Semester 1 & 2) (link opens in new window)
Postgraduate Unit Code: EDUC5004 (Semester 1)* (link opens in new window)
*The postgraduate unit has some online content, however students will be required to attend campus for a one-week block.
Curtin University, Bentley
Sexuality and relationships education (SRE) can be a confronting and challenging subject area for teachers. It is a critical subject, as students are exposed to messages about sexuality on a daily basis and long before they enter secondary school! It is important that all students receive correct information, including the positive aspects, in a developmentally‐appropriate way. Furthermore, students with gender or sexual diversity should feel supported by their school.
This unit aims to increase your confidence and capacity as an SRE educator. You will learn lots of practical teaching strategies that you could utilise in a variety of subject areas.
- creating a safe environment
- links to the curriculum
- teaching controversial issues
- addressing diversity
- planning and implementing SRE
- working with parents
- enhancing relationships in the classroom, and
- sexual health agencies that support teachers.
Contact: Dr Jacqui Hendriks
Phone: 9266 9592 (Mon & Tues)