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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.)
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close this folderA. Designing the programme
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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentProgramme model
View the documentMaking a situation assessment
View the documentDefining the type of programme
View the documentSelecting objectives
View the documentMaking a curriculum plan
View the documentPlanning for material production
View the documentDeveloping the students’ activities
View the documentParticipation of parents and family members
View the documentInvolvement of peer leaders
View the documentDeveloping the teachers’ guide
View the documentValidating the curriculum
View the documentPlanning for teacher training
View the documentDesigning the programme evaluation
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
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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
close this folderC. Programme evaluation instruments
View the document1. Model pre-post test
View the document2. Additional questions for pre-post test
View the document3. Teacher feedback form
View the document4. Teacher interview
View the document5. Checklist for student focus group
View the document6. Parent interview
View the document7. Peer leader form and checklist for focus group
View the document8. School director’s interview

8. School director’s interview

Notes to interviewer

Each question should be asked in an open-ended way. Wait for the responses and only use the probes or response choices if the director gives no response or the question is not understood.

Record responses as you hear them (i.e. - tick the appropriate response) and write down the main points of what was said when elaboration is needed. Note and expand the explanation for responses where given so that someone else can interpret them.

School director’s interview

A) Background

1. Date of interview

Day
Month
Year

2. School/District: _________________________________________________________________

3. Sex:

Male
Female

B) General views of the programme

4. What are your overall impressions of the programme?

Very good
Good
Fair
Poor
Very poor

5. How enthusiastic were you about having it taught in your school?

High
Moderate
Low

6. a) How did the community, excluding students’ parents, react to the implementation of the programme?

Positively
Negatively
Don’t know

b) Who reacted negatively? How did you respond? ______________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

7. What things helped the implementation of the programme? ______________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

8. What things hindered the implementation of the programme? ____________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

9. Do you think the programme was important for young people in your school?

Yes
No
Part of it

10. Based on what you know about the programme, would you want to use this programme again next year?

Yes, in its entirety
Yes, in part
No

11. Were there particular components of the programme that you liked or disliked?


Liked

Neutral

Disliked


Liked

Neutral

Disliked

Peer leaders in the classroom

Parent involvement

Skills as part of the programme

Unit on delaying sex

Unit on protected sex

Care and support unit

Basic knowledge unit

Student activities

C) Student response

12. a) Did you receive any comments from students about the programme?

Yes
No

b) If yes, were they mostly positive, neutral, or negative?

Positive
Neutral
Negative

D) Teachers’ training

13. Did you find the teacher training programme useful?

Very useful
Useful
Not useful

14. a) What was the general response of your teachers to the programme?

Most liked it
Many were neutral
Most disliked it

b) Comments? ___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

15. a) Could the programme developers improve the programme to help you and your teachers with the implementation?

Yes
No

b) If yes, how? ___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

E) Parent/guardian involvement

16. a) Did you receive any positive comments from parents about the programme?

Yes
No

b) If yes, from how many parents? ___________________________________________________
c) What kinds of comments were made? ______________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

17. a) Did you receive any negative comments from parents about the programme?

Yes
No

b) If yes, from how many parents? ___________________________________________________
c) What were the comments? _______________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

18. a) Was there additional help/information you would like to have had for the parents/guardians?

Yes
No

b) If yes, what do you need? ________________________________________________________

F) Issues

19. Did any of the teachers come to you with problems?

Yes
No

20. If yes, what were the problems? _________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

21. How was the teachers’ overall response? __________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

22. Who were the teachers most in favour of the programme? (gender, age) _________________
_______________________________________________________________________________

23. What kind of support did you get from the Ministry/Administration? ____________________
______________________________________________________________________________

24. Do you have any other comments to add? (e.g. Were there any aspects which really bothered you about the programme that you haven’t already mentioned? Are there aspects that you were pleased about?)
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