Welcome to the Sex Ed and HIV Resource Page!
Just click on the links (blue underlined words) for the information you wantEUP 2012 PARENT SURVEY RESULTS:New-Michigan Success Story:
documents/mde/HIV_DASH_Impact_ Success_Story-5-31-12_388886_ 7.pdfHIV and Sex Ed Powerpoint:
Changes in Sex Offender Registry and Implications for Sex Ed:
http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-28753_38684_29233_29803-264464--,00.html4th + 5th GRADE HIV CURRICULUM ADDENDA:
Michigan Model for Health Updates and AddendumMDE GUEST SPEAKER POLICY:
Michigan Department of Education (MDE), released the Guest Speaker Policy on May 12, 2011. If you have a guest presenter for health, the highly qualified, certified teacher must teach over half the content and ALWAYS be in the room participating. Teachers should always know exactly what will be discussed and have content approved.
Since HIV and/or Sex Ed. are some of the more common content area where guest speakers are used, please remember, the teacher must provide instruction for over half the time when teaching the content. Advisory and approval rules still apply. Anyone teaching HIV must be certified through the Regional School Health Coordinator, Lisa Jo Gagliardi.Sex Ed. Advisory Board Guidance and Templates:
- Summary document on the role ofAdvisory Boards
- Grid that can be used to identify whether the required roles are being fulfilled
Grid to Ensure Membership Positions are Fulfilled
- Sample application form
- Sample Advisory By-Laws
6 Sample By-Laws for Sex Ed Advisories
Setting Objectives, Goals and measuring Outcomes:All Districts must provide a 2 Year Report, to be kept on file and shared with stakeholders.Below are templates and tools to help you complete this required report.
Sample 2 Year Report (best practice version)Abbreviated 2 Year Report (an easier, acceptable version)
Sample Logic Model for Sex Ed Evaluation (a tool to use to design your evaulation)
EVALUATING CURRICULUM AND CREATING A FRAMEWORK:
Framework for Selecting CurriculumDATATeen Pregnancy by County: click hereSTIs by County: http://www.mdch.state.mi.us/
pha/osr/Chi/STD/frame.html You will want to select the ‘sex by age’ radio button on the right hand side that corresponds to the disease, then the ‘averaging’ box to indicate if you want 1-year of data or 5-year averages. Then at the top you can select either Local Health Department of County.MIPHY and YRbs Information:
More Questions? Contact Lisa Jo Gagliardi (906)-632-3373 ext. 5132