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5 Tips for Teaching Sex Ed Remotely

Kickstart your school year with the Sex Education Collaborative’s quick tips for teaching sex ed remotely.

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By Valerie Sedivy, PhD

September 15, 2020

To support educators navigating a new virtual learning environment this fall, the Sex Education Collaborative has released a short video sharing 5 tips for teaching sex education remotely!

Are you ready for back to school?  The Sex Education Collaborative has 5 tips to help you teach sex ed remotely.

In addition to the video, educators can find resources to support their teaching efforts via the online Training Hub. The SEC website gathers trusted trainings and resources from national, regional, and state-based sex education experts for access wherever educators and administrators are working.

The SEC envisions a world in which all young people’s right to comprehensive, high-quality sex education is recognized and fulfilled. This vision can only be realized if educators have the knowledge, training, and support to effectively deliver sex education–whether in-person or remote.

Training and professional development offerings can be found at SexEducationCollaborative.org.  

Valerie Sedivy, our Director of Capacity Building and Evaluation, will be your first point of contact if you’re looking for training or support. Her passion is helping you figure out what you need (and what you don’t), and in finding creative and feasible ways to meet those needs. Read more from Valerie