Pride House, Fri 5 Aug 12:00 PM–12:45 PM
This lecture can guide you in how to best meet adolescents so that all students feel included in school and its sex education.
Sweden has had compulsory sex education since 1955, as the first country in the world! However, at a national level there is still much to be desired. At the beginning of 2021, the Swedish parliament voted through changes in the curriculum for sex education, which might take us one step closer to improving Sweden's sexual knowledge. The change meant, among other things, that sex education will be compulsory in teacher education and major steps towards a sex education that gives students knowledge and security about their body, their sexuality and their boundaries.
But how does one create an inclusive education? We live in a society governed by norms, something that can exclude many from their education. This lecture can guide you as a teacher in how you best meet adolescents so that all students can feel included in their school and its sex education.
|Date/time:||Fri 5 Aug 12:00 PM–12:45 PM|
Pride House (C6, Plan 2)
Clarion Hotel Stockholm, Ringvägen 98, 118 60 Stockholm
|Metro station/bus stop:||T-Skanstull|
|Price:||Pride House: Festivalbiljett 600kr, Dagbiljett House 100 kr Köp biljett|
|Organizer:||Lärarnas Riksförbund Studerandeförening|