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As an instructor, I invite you to forget all the myths you have learned and to fully open your mind to the reality of human diversity (para, Viloria and Nieto 2020).

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You are a teacher. Your students will come into your class stating they know everything about sex, gender and sexuality. You might enter this course with the  same sentiment.

shiny red apple vectorYour first challenge is to take this course and personally grade your knowledge on these topics to help your students. The test will to be to create a safe environment and to feel 100% confident in addressing any future issues a pupil might have while in school.

Always remember, a student/teacher’s positive connection will result in playing a greater role in the pupil’s educational accomplishments. (para, Andrews & Gutwein (2019).

Through digital storytelling. This class is designed as a way to provide teachers different approaches of demonstrating learning.

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There have been reports of connections between bullying: sexual and gender minority youths (SGMY) (para, Horn and Schiber (2020).

Smith, Johns and Raj (2020), stated, “Bullying of sexual minorities in the United States is common and often begins in middle and high school…”

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Let’s hear what Ricky has to say – Click on the character

 

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Let’s watch high school students express themselves

Let’s hear what Ashley has to say – Click on the character

 

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Let’s hear what Annie has to say – Click on the character

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As of 20 July, 2020, four states are requiring public schools to teach LGBTQQI history. (para, Minero, 2018).

The constructs of gender, sex and sexuality and their definitions have become more complicated as time goes on. Question: Is our society based on compulsory heterosexuality?  

Question: Is our society based on compulsory heterosexuality?

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Ballard-Reisch (2016) commented,”…biological sex and social expectations about how the sexes will behave are not imperatives, but rather associations and expectations” (p. 8). Furthermore, van Anders (2015) reported,”Sexual orientation is largely used as the primary way to describe a person’s sexuality” (Katz-Wise & Hyde, 2014; Rosario & Schrimshaw, 2014). Since understandings of sexual orientation generally revolve around gender, this means that gender is the defacto foundation for categorizing sexuality” (p. 1177).

In other words, sex+culture=gender is an equation that seems to be the basis for thinking, sexual orientation+culture=sexual identity (p. 1178, van Anders (2015).

It appears there is the inseparability of sex–gender–sexuality that shows how these are constrained by particular constellations of identity categories and the availability of particular discursive resources (para, Youdell, 2005, p. 268).

Does Gender Matter

Current User Progress

Digital StoryTelling-Rethinking Gender,Sex and Sexuality
Module 1 Digital Storytelling - Rethinking Gender Sex and Sexuality-
Unit 1 Welcome
Unit 2 Syllabus For Review
Unit 3 Introduction
Unit 4 The Need For A Safe School Zone
Unit 5 Digital Storytelling For Students
Unit 6 Theory Equations
Unit 7 The Genderbread Person and Digital StoryTelling
Module 2 Gender Identity Theories-
Unit 1 Does gender matter?
Unit 2 Constructing Gender
Unit 3 Gender Theory: Constructivism Theory
Unit 4 Gender Theory: Essentialism Theory
Unit 5 Gender Theory: Environmental Theory
Unit 6 Meaning of Trans
Unit 7 Trans Identity
Module 3 The Role Of Biological Sex-
Unit 1 Does sex matter?
Unit 2 Understanding Biological Sex
Module 4 What Is Sexuality-
Unit 1 Does sexuality matter?
Unit 2 Understanding sexuality
Unit 3 Pansexuality≠Bisexuality
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