Nu-CULTURE Training of Facilitators (Spartanburg)
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Nu-CULTURE (Cultivating Urban Leaders Through Unique Relationship Education): a classroom-based relationship education program for grades 6-8. The curriculum helps students understand the risk associated with early sexual activity and develops skills necessary to make healthy decisions and avoid risky behaviors. It emphasizes increasing skills and self-efficacy in communication and refusal skills using through age appropriate, medically accurate information about teen pregnancy prevention, sexually transmitted infections, and other sexual health topics The Nu-CULTURE curriculum consists of eight 50-minute sessions each in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, for a total of 24 sessions over the course of three years.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:
- Understand the objectives, content, activities, and unique features of the Nu-Culture curriculum.
- Understand the theoretical foundations of the Nu-Culture Curriculum and how they are applied in program activities.
- Understand the teaching methodologies used in the Nu-Culture! Curriculum.
- Apply teaching methodologies used in the Nu-Culture curriculum through Teach Back Sessions.
Trainers: Shannon Lindsay, Denise Rivera and Amanda Leeson
Mary Black Foundation Assembly Room
349 East Main Street, Suite 100
Spartanburg, SC 29302