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Learning outcomes of the course
The students understand the significance of sexuality in life, the versatility of sexuality and sexual health as part of the overall wellbeing of individuals and communities. They can justify their attitudes, values and limits related to their own sexuality and they are able to comment on sexuality-related phenomena on societal - community - individual level. The students are able to support the sexual health of individuals.
Dimensions of sexuality, sexual health, sexual rights. Values, norms, taboos and myths related to sexuality, sexual fantasies. Sexual development, sexual versatility. Love, relationship and human reproduction. Plissit – model. Sexuality throughout life.Sexual harassment and violence, legislation on sexual crime.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The students show competence in accordance with the learning objectives in the course assignments. In the assessment of written/online assignments, the assessment criteria for written assignments are used.
The assessment criteria of the course can be found in the relevant work space in OPTIMA.