Spotlight on AASECT’s 2014 Summer Institute Presenter Bill Taverner, MA

Several years ago, I read an excellent four-volume set of books on the history of sexuality education, Sexuality Education Past, Present, and Future, edited by Elizabeth Schroeder and Judy Kuriansky. Bill Taverner had a great article in volume 3, “Principles and Practices.” When I met him for the first time while attending Widener’s Sexuality and… Read more »

We Want to Hear From You!

National Sex Ed Conference Blog SubmissionsFor the next several weeks, we’ll be posting attendees’ thoughts, impressions, and takeaways from the National Sex Ed Conference. Please email Jennifer Hart, CFLE’s blog manager, with your submission, limited to 500 words or less. To kick us off, we’ll hear from Jocelyn Schur, a CFLE Scholarship Recipient and emerging sex… Read more »

Sex Educator of the Week: Sharon Rachel, MPH, MA

What project(s) in Sex Ed are you currently working on? I am currently working on the development of a curriculum entitled Talking With Your Child About Sexuality: A Parents/Caregivers Curriculum, funded by the CDC and informed by a diverse Advisory Committee on which Bill Taverner of CFLE participated, along with a number of other distinguished scholars… Read more »

“A little something on the Conference…” Ashley Gaunt

The CFLE National Sex Ed Conference is where my dreams, my career, and my life began two years ago. I was finishing up my undergraduate degree when my professor (Allyson Sandak) suggested that I volunteer at this conference. It was all pretty new to me, and I was just starting to figure out that I… Read more »

Profiling Great Sexuality Educators: Bill Taverner

Welcome to Profiling Great Sexuality Educators! This is the first of many! Profiling Great Sexuality Educators includes interviews that originally appeared on the website of The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health and is adapted and reprinted with permission. And what better way that to start off this weekly post than with the interview with our very own Bill… Read more »