2 edition of Addressing the needs of lesbian and gay pupils in school. found in the catalog.
Addressing the needs of lesbian and gay pupils in school.
Edna F. Wilson
Thesis (M.Sc. Educ. Psych.) - University of East London, Psychology Department, 1994.
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11 LGBT-inclusive children’s books every parent needs to buy. and similarly includes same-sex parents without addressing it directly. Buy the book on Amazon family, gay and lesbian. Abstract: Presents information about gay and lesbian parenting and its effects on the child, and suggests how educators can address the needs of lesbian and gay parents and their children. (BB) Title: Working with Lesbian and Gay Parents and Their Children. Author: Clay, James W. Journal Citation: Young Children, v45 n3 p Mar Publication Year:
Written by and for gay and straight educators, The Gay Teen explores gay student adolescence from discursive, practical and theoretical perspectives. The volume introduces and sensitizes educators to the complexities of gay identity and sets forth some of the isses facing gay youth in high s: 3. According to Ron Addinall, a sexologist and social psychologist based at the University of Cape Town, schools in the area have led the way in understanding the needs of transgender students.
97 per cent of gay pupils hear derogatory phrases such as 'dyke', 'queer' and 'rug-muncher' used in school. Half of teachers fail to respond to homophobic language when they hear it. Thirty per cent of lesbian and gay pupils say that adults - teachers or support staff - are responsible for homophobic incidents in their school. Source: Stonewal. This paper will examine the literature on children of gay and lesbian parents, gay and lesbian students, and gay and lesbian issues in schools. It will also gain the perspectives of teachers faced with the issue of including gay and lesbian topics in the classroom, and determine the reasons behind their decisions.
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Addressing the Needs of Gay and Lesbian Students: The School Counselor's Role Kristin E. Robinson When I entered high school 1 was complete- ISSUES FACING GAY AND ly isolated from the world.
1 had lost all LESBIAN YOUTH concept of humanity; I had given up all hopes of ever finding love, warmth or tenderness in the world. 1 did not lie to Isolation. Abstract: Describes issues facing gay and lesbian youth: isolation, family problems, violence, sexual abuse, and sexually transmitted diseases.
Discusses issues of homophobia and institutional discrimination, and the need for research and practices school counselors can adopt to address the needs of gay and lesbian students. Griffin, P. () ‘Homophobia in sport: addressing the needs of lesbian and gay high school athletes’, The High School Journal, 77, 80– Google Scholar Hand, J.Z.
and Sanchez, L. Cited by: 4. Implementation of programs that incorporate and address the health needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth will help reduce risky behaviors and negative health effects and create safer, more supportive, and more inclusive environments in the nation’s by: 2.
Playing it safe: addressing the emotional and physical health of lesbian and gay pupils in the U.K. unable or unwilling to address the needs of lesbian and gay pupils. Implications for policy, practice and research are discussed.
Responses of Secondary School Teachers to Lesbian and Gay Pupils, Bullying, HIV and AIDS Education and Cited by: Addressing the healthcare needs of older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender patients in medical school curricula: a call to action Sophie M.
Cannon a, Vipul Shukla b and Allison A. Vanderbilt c aCollege of Medicine and Life Sciences, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, USA; bLGBT Health Policy and Practice Graduate Program.
developed by GLEN (Gay and Lesbian Equality Network), the Department of Education and Skills and the education partners to assist schools in addressing homophobic bullying and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.
This resource is intended to replace the four publications named below. Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual. Employee’s Guide to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, 2nd Edition provides resources to accomplish this goal. This manual has been updated to incorporate changes and developments in information, resources and the law.
It has been expanded to address the needs of not only students but school employees as well. Since this manual. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered youth face social prejudice and legal discrimination. The lack of sexuality education and the unequal age of consent are two clear areas of unfair discrimination.
This places them at greater risk of getting sexually transmissible diseases (STDs) and HIV. SOCIAL PREJUDICE Many lesbian and gay youth. • About 60 percent of lesbian, gay, and bisexual students said they had felt “sad or hopeless” for extended periods of time.
The CDC report was based on data from the national Youth. Issues in psychotherapy with lesbians and gay men: A survey of psychologists. American Psychologist®, 46, Promoting Good Practices for Mental Health Facilities in Working with LGBT Clients with Serious Mental Illnesses Personnel who serve people with serious mental illness face important challenges in addressing the needs of LGBT clients.
School Experiences of Gay and Lesbian Youth: The Invisible Minority shows teachers, youth advocates, administrators, and academic researchers how to embrace the needs of sexual minority students.
Through research and case studies, this book explains the ways in which schools are failing the vulnerable population of gay, lesbian, and bisexual Reviews: 2.
Supporting LGBT Students in Your School. By Lina Raffaelli. Aug Educators know that in order for meaningful learning to take place, students must feel safe and supported at school.
This is especially true for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT). Religious groups attack circulation of books raising gay issues among primary school pupils Anushka Asthana, education correspondent Sun 11.
• Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students in Post-Primary Schools: Guidance for Principals and School Leaders. Department of Education and Skills and GLEN () • 10 Things you should know about LGBT Students: 5 Things Your School Can Do.
Department of Education and Skills and GLEN (). • Supporting Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual and Transgender. A study conducted in Northern Ireland found that over 60% of pupils reported hearing homophobic terms used in their school at least once every school day, whilst almost 30% of teachers reported.
Its first report reviewed the lives of Massachusetts lesbian and gay adolescents and presented a comprehensive set of recommendations that became the basis of the Massachusetts Department of Education's Safe Schools Program for Gay and Lesbian Students, which includes workshops for school people and students (Governor's Commission, ).
Books shelved as lgbt-ya-middle-school: The House You Pass on the Way by Jacqueline Woodson, Letters in the Attic by Bonnie Shimko, Totally Joe by James. NEA's commitment to addressing the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students plus information and resources for educators to create great schools for every child.
NEA - Safe Schools for Everyone: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Students. Thurlow, C. () Naming the “outsider within”: homophobic pejoratives and the verbal abuse of lesbian, gay and bisexual high-school pupils Journal of Adolesce Trenchard, L & Warren, H. () Something to Tell You:the experiences and needs of young lesbians and gay men in London, London: Gay Teenage Group.
Read the Chief Rabbi's groundbreaking message to Orthodox schools on LGBT+ pupils. He sets out the Torah demands for sensitivity and understanding in this extract from his new guidance for schools. - The Rainbow Book List created by the Rainbow Book List Committee of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table of the American Library Association Be an Ally An ally is a person who speaks out against and stands up for individuals or groups that are targets of discrimination or harassment.
Pupils should be taught a “positive portrayal” of same sex relationships in school sex education policies as a means of promoting equality, the National Union of Teachers resolved at its.