As an educator, I'm always looking for new ways to engage and inform my students. When I came across the Flipboard, an on-line platform where people can create and customize their own e-magazines, I immediately recognized its potential as a teaching aid. No matter what topic you teach, you can create a Flipboard magazine full of information connected to the material you cover in class.
I have spent more than a year populating my e-magazines on Flipboard with a wide variety of relevant news articles, research reports, and opinion pieces.
It's finally available! If you found the information in my sexuality blog posts interesting and informative, you'll love having access to all the important and relevant sexuality research and information contained in my textbook!
Here's the link that will show you how to get a free preview of our textbook. You can also order a copy for yourself, or adopt it for a class you teach:
This is how Cognella describes our book:
Since the beginning of the fall 2014 school semester, I've had the pleasure and privilege to teach my class "Sexuality Concepts for Social Workers" at two different college campuses. In my course, students are required to use my textbook with the same title. That textbook is scheduled to be released nationally near the end of January 2015 from Cognella Publishing. When that historic event happens, I'll write all about it here.
On the topic of publications, I'm proud to announce that my Human Sexuality dissertation has been made available in book-form through LAMBERT Academic Publishing.
A:What we know about trans-related (i.e.,
transgender, transsexual, intersex) topics has grown significantly over recent
years. However, individuals who identify as being neither “male” nor “female”
or of being something entirely different, a third gender if you will, is a
human reality depicted in our earliest writings and artworks. Before getting to
the answer, I feel it’s necessary to provide a brief historical background of
indigenous American Two-Spirit people.
North and South America, many of the native population’s creation myths
Q: What do
you think about premarital sex between teenagers?
A: This is common question I get from my Chinese college
students. What I think about
premarital sex, in other words, whether or not I agree or disagree with it is
irrelevant. Teenagers in China,
and all over the world, are going to engage in premarital sex regardless of
what anyone thinks or feels. In
fact, China has witnessed a steady growth in teens engaging in premarital sex
since the Open Door and Reform Era policies began in 1976.