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The Power of Sexuality Reflection In The Classroom: Results Of A Case Study
Description: A reflective educational activity frequently used in college-level human sexuality courses (Walters, 2001) is presented. The goal of this qualitative study was to answer the question: How do students and faculty describe the activity effectiveness? Students (N=113) in two Midwestern University human sexuality courses were invited to participate. Thematic analysis revealed that students and faculty found the activity to be meaningful, eye-opening, educational, powerful, empowering, normalizing, and memorable. Reflective activities provide opportunities for students to explore their personal value systems.
Objective(s): At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: discuss identified benefits of a sexuality reflective (Walters) activity.