Assessment, Evaluation and Sex and Relationships Education
Subtitle: A practical toolkit for education, health and community settings- Second edition
Simon Blake and Stella Muttock, revised by Sam Beal and Lisa Handy
About the Author
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Good sex and relationships education (SRE) equips children and young people with the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage their lives as they move through puberty and adolescence into adulthood. Assessment and evaluation play a key role in the development of effective SRE, and yet both are still underdeveloped in everyday practice in schools and community work.
Revised throughout, this second edition gives practitioners clear advice on how assessment and evaluation can be used in SRE. Assessment, Evaluation and Sex & Relationships Education includes:
- an overview of best practice in SRE
- a summary of the theory and practice of assessment and evaluation
- new and updated activities to assess the learning and development of individuals
- new and updated activities to evaluate and review teaching approaches.
This guide will assist facilitators in assessing children and young people's learning to ensure effective SRE, as well as evaluating the teaching methods and activities used to deliver SRE to ensure they areaccessible and appropriate for the children and young people participating.
Formerly the coordinator of the Sex Education Forum, Simon Blake is now the Director of Brook, the leading sexual health charity for young people. Simon has published several titles with NCB.
Stella Muttock formerly a PGCE Tutor in Primary Education at the Institute of Education, London. With a background in teaching, she has many years' experience of working in PSHE and Citizenship.
'Rigorous assessment is central to the successful teaching of PSHE education in schools. Pupils, their parents and teachers need to know what progress pupils are making and what the next steps will be. This is as important for sex and relationships teaching as any other subject in the curriculum. This resource provides teachers of SRE and all aspects of PSHE education with coherent, practical and extremely useful advice, guidance and activities on how to effectively assess learning and evaluate SRE teaching in the curriculum.'The PSHE Association
Sex Education Forum
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Support Staff in Schools
Sex, Alcohol and Other Drugs
Taking Care of Education
By Degrees: The First Year
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