This webinar is hosted in English
Educating young people to deal with pressures with Liz Walker
The world in which young people are raised is so vastly different to other generations. They face a wallpaper of sexualised images and cultural messages, demanding them to grow up fast. This can have a huge impact on self-worth, relationship expectations, respect, consent, negotiation, life choices and overall well being. If you work or live with young people, join with sexologist Liz Walker to unpack strategies that assist teens to think about their choices, deconstruct the messages of porn and respond to pressure.
You're invited to join Moodle MOOC 4 from June 1 - 30, 2014 and learn to Moodle (Beginners) and/or improve your Moodle teaching skills (Non-Beginners) and about teaching with technology in fully online and blended platforms from the presenters of the MOOC. Participants will be qualify for a certificate of completion if they attend the live sessions and/or recordings, read the content, and complete the assignments (see courseware on WizIQ).
Doctor of Education
Sexologist and Educator Liz Walker works with youth and helps teachers and parents to address healthy sexuality and risk behaviours. Liz has incredible insight into the impacts of our sexualised culture and the conversations we must have teens. With a high focus on increasing protective factors, Liz equips parents, counsellors and educators to raise teens with a positive attitude towards their bodies and peers, and offers proactive strategies for healthy sexual development.