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|Other Titles:||The Effectiveness on Sexual Knowledge, Attitude, and Self-efficacy on Sexual Health Life Skills of Dramatic Educational Intervention in Sexuality Education for Students of Higher-grade Elementary School: An Example of Elementary School in Nantou County|
Department of Health Promotion and Health Education National Taiwan Normal University
This study aimed to explore the effectiveness of dramatic educational intervention in sexuality education on regarding sexual knowledge, sexual attitudes and self-efficacy on sexual health life skills for students of high-grade elementary school students. Quasi-experimental research design was conducted for pre-test, post-test, post-pos-test with two groups. Data was collected from a total of 147 higher-grade elementary school students. Dramatic educational intervention was introduced to 85 students in the experimental group and they received the curricula with 80 minutes for each of the 4 sessions and total of 320 minutes. The control group consisted of 62 students with similar socio-economic background, who lived in neighboring regions and received the conventional Grade 1-9 curriculum. The two groups have no significant difference demographic characteristics and pre-test. All the students completed the pre-test questionnaire before intervention. Post-tests were made right after the 2-month intervention, while pose-post-tests were evaluated at 6 weeks after the intervention. The overall effectiveness was therefore determined. The results showed there were significant improved in immediate and delayed effectiveness on sexual knowledge (p<.0.01), sexual attitudes (p<.0.01), sexual health life skills of self-efficacy (p<.0.01) among the students of experimental group. More than 98% of students of experimental group were highly agreed with the teaching methods. Over 90% of students were satisfied with teaching materials and tools. Conclusions: Using dramatic education in sexuality based from student-centered learning, it can induce students' motivation and learn from practice, then students can accept the psychological changes, respect the relationships between students. Finally, the program can improve sexual knowledge, sexual attitudes, sexual health life skills of self-efficacy. The results might be used as an important reference tool for future implementation of s
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