|Learning and Teaching about AIDS at School (UNAIDS, 1997, 8 p.)|
Integrating HIV/STD prevention in the school setting: a position paper. Geneva: UNAIDS, 1997. (E/A/R/C/F/S). A two-page document with programming principles, best practice to date, and goals in school AIDS education, from a life skills perspective.
School health education to prevent AIDS and STD: a resource package for curriculum planners. Geneva and Paris: WHO and UNESCO, 1994. (E/S/F/R/P). Three volumes: (a) handbook for planners including examples of curriculum plans and 13 evaluation instruments; (b) 53 cartoon-illustrated student activities for the classroom; (c) teachers manual with background information and tips for teaching each activity for children aged 12-16.
Consensus statement on AIDS and schools. Paris: International Federation of Free Teachers Unions, The World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession, The World Confederation of Teachers, La Federation International Syndicale de lEnseignement, in association with WHO, UNESCO and ILO. 1990. (E/F/S). A 4-page document with policy principles and components to ensure the non-discrimination, protection and education of students, teachers and school personnel.
Impact of HIV and sexual health education on the sexual behaviour of young people: a review update. Geneva: UNAIDS, 1997. (E/A/F/R/S). From a comprehensive literature review of evaluated interventions, 46 are presented that had an impact on behaviour. Effects on age at first intercourse, sexual activity and protected sex, as well as gender and media issues in the context of education programmes, are discussed. Features of successful programmes are listed. (This is an update of GPAs 1993 Grunseit and Kippax review.)
Handbook for evaluating HIV education. Division of Adolescent and School Health. Atlanta: CDC, 1995. (E). A file with several booklets on different aspects of evaluation of school HIV/AIDS programmes: policies, curricula, training, administration, community participation; and evaluation instruments.
A school policy on AIDS/STD education and sexual health: an exemplary brochure. European Information Centre AIDS and Youth, Netherlands Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Woerden, Netherlands, 1996. Explains policy relating to AIDS and schools, and the consensus- building process needed to develop it, as well as the use of research to help form policy content and implement policies.
Schaalma HP. Planned development and evaluation of school- based AIDS/STD education. Maastricht: Rijksuniversiteit, 1995. (E). A collection of studies on sexual behaviour of young people leading to a discussion of the methodology used in the planning and evaluation of the Dutch school programme for children aged 12-19, based on skills and self-efficacy theory, and with important links to media.
Aggleton P. Sexual practices, sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS amongst young people. Paper presented at the Seminario Internacional sobre Avances en Salud Reproductiva y Sexualidad, Mexico City, November 1996. (E). A ten-page paper on health promotion dealing with the diverse needs of young people, a critique of the concept of adolescence, and a summary of effective approaches, with bibliography.
Education Sector, by S. Shaeffer. Geneva: WHO/GPA (no date). (E). A 4-page brief for sectoral planners and managers on the impact of AIDS on educational supply and demand, and its consequences for the education sector, with bibliography.
The sexfile: HIV and AIDS. Maylands, Australia: Healthvision Technologies, 1996. (E) An educational package for adolescent students consisting of a multimedia CD-ROM and a hard-copy teacher manual that includes activity sheets for students and test answers. It is an interactive tool that allows for group discussion and individual learning.
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