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Instructional Design & Support

Kayley Davis, Child & Family Studies

Topic:
Developing Video Lectures to Hybridize a Human Sexuality Class.

Course:
CFS 240: Human Sexuality

Abstract: 

Human sexuality provides an overview of the physiological, psychological, social, relational, and cultural concepts, issues, and research related to human sexuality. The topics covered include, but are not limited to, sexual anatomy and physiology, romantic and sexual relationships, sexual development through the life course, sexually transmitted infections, contraception, gender, sexual orientation, and sexual behavior. Additionally, the course includes information about sexuality research and current media topics.

Accessibility to the material is essential. Providing students access to the lectures online via video instruction, allows them to further review the material, to ensure maximum retention of the material. Secondly, providing access to video lectures would allow for the exclusive focus on alternative instruction methods during the class discussion.

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