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Gender Identity and Sexuality and the Resources Teacher use to help parents Group Number 11 – Harlie Engle, Lauren Van Burkleo, Alecia Martin and Samantha Brown 242.001 Spring 2016
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This is why we need to educate our own self’s and know what the different identification could be for them and
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The purpose of this poster is to educate our self’s and others about gender roles and sexually in reference to school aged children. Also it is to explore what it might look like in your classroom and know the appropriate time to talk to parents, and what to say while discussing the sensitive topic with the parents. We will also explore what resources are available to teachers discussing the matter.
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For our theoretical framework, we chose the Overlapping Spheres of Influence of Family, School and community. As started in the book School, Family, and community Partnerships, “these forces push together or pull apart the spheres to produce more or less overlap of family and school action, interaction, and involvement in their children’s schooling…” (Epstein, 2011) It is very important for all the groups to work together in order to help the child be successful. Although for the most part it is up to the parent to help the child, the teacher should be able to help the child as well. There should also be places within the community to help the child have and ally. Somewhere they can talk to in order to have a safe outlet.
A minimum of 3 recommendations are required. What you can do is focus on recommendations for multiple stakeholders such as parents, students, counselors, teachers, community members etc.
Epstein, J.L (2011). School, Family, and Community Partnerships.: Preparing Educators and Improving Schools. (2nd Ed.). United States: Westview Press.
The big issue here is the fact that children are struggling with there identities at this age. They are trying to figure out who they are. It is our job know what each means. We need to know how to effetely communicate to the parents of these children and educate them as well. It is very important that we know what to do and how to handle as situation like this one before we encounter it because it is very sensitive. We need to know what resources are available to us, and what we can give to the parents so that I can be made available to them. This is all very crucial and must work together to help the child find his or her identity. as educators to help make this process easier not harder for them.