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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Handbook for Curriculum Planners (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 88 p.)
close this folderB. Sample materials for introducing the curriculum and for teacher training
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View the document1. Checklist for focus group with students (situation assessment)
View the document2. Sample agenda for parent meeting
View the document3. Sample letter to parents
View the document4. Sample introduction to parent activities
View the document5. Sample instructions to parents
View the document6. Sample questions - student to parent
View the document7. Peer leader training guide
View the document8. Test items for student evaluation (with correct answers)
View the document9. Needs analysis for the teacher training programme
View the document10. Three-day teacher training agenda
View the document11. Teacher satisfaction with training workshop

9. Needs analysis for the teacher training programme

You will be taking part in a teacher training programme on HIV/AIDS/STD. The results of this survey will be used in designing the training programme. Thank you for your collaboration.

Read each item and tick one of the three boxes.

Knowledge of HIV and AIDS



True

Don’t know

False

1.

Many people who are infected with HIV can look and feel healthy.




2.

AIDS can be cured.




3.

Males who are infected with HIV can give it to another person through their semen.




4.

People who are infected with HIV can give it to another person through their blood.




5.

A mother can pass HIV to her unborn child.




6.

People can reduce their chances of becoming infected with HIV by using a latex condom during sexual intercourse.




7.

A person can become infected with HIV by being bitten by an insect such as a mosquito.




8.

A person can become infected with HIV by donating (giving) blood.




9.

People who are careful to have sexual intercourse only with healthy-looking partners won’t become infected with HIV.




10.

People can be infected with HIV and not know they have it.




Directions:

Please respond honestly.
Your name should not appear on this survey.

Scoring procedure - knowledge:

One point is given for each correct answer, and 0 points for “don’t know” and an incorrect response.

Scoring key

True: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10.
False: 2, 7, 8, 9.

An item-by-item analysis of responses can help identify those content areas that may require special instruction.

Attitudes towards people with HIV or AIDS



Agree

Not sure

Disagree

1.

I wouldn’t mind having a student with HIV in my classroom.




2.

A student who is infected with HIV should be able to eat lunch with other students.




3.

I would avoid a student whose family member had AIDS.




4.

I would work with another teacher who was infected with HIV.




5.

Students infected with HIV should be separated from other students.




6.

Students who are infected with HIV should not play sports with other students.




7.

I would feel uncomfortable about giving individual help to a student infected with HIV.




8.

People who have AIDS should not be allowed to work in places that handle food.




9.

If I thought a teacher was infected with HIV, I would be afraid to shake hands with that teacher.




10.

would feel comfortable hugging a friend who has AIDS.




Scoring procedures - attitudes

To obtain a total score for each educator, add the point values of the responses. The higher the total score, the higher the acceptance of persons with HIV or AIDS. The lower the total score, the lower the acceptance of persons with HIV or AIDS (the minimum score is 10, the maximum score is 50).

The following scale should be used to score the items.

For items: 1, 2, 4, 10

Agree = 5
Not Sure = 3
Disagree = 1

For items: 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Agree = 1
Not Sure = 3
Disagree = 5

Comfort with sensitive topics

How comfortable are you in discussing the following topics with students?

Very comfortable

Somewhat comfortable

Not at all comfortable

1.

How HIV is transmitted




2.

Sexual intercourse




3.

AIDS




4.

Condom use




5.

Delaying sex




6.

Male sexual organs




7.

Female sexual organs




8.

Injecting drug use




9.

Varieties of sexual behaviour




10.

Tolerance towards people with AIDS




Scoring procedures - comfort

A high score on each item indicates a high degree of comfort and a low score indicates a low degree of comfort. The following scale should be used to score items (the minimum score is 10, the maximum score is 50).

Very comfortable: 5 points
Somewhat comfortable: 3 points
Not at all comfortable: 1 point