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1 K ATHLEEN C OURTNEY Arkansas Department of Education K AREN S WINTON Planned Parenthood of the Heartland 2014 Arkansas SOPHE Conference

2 By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to: 1. describe current trends and challenges for adolescents around sexual health. 2. better understand the influences social media has on our adolescents, and 3. Better understand school-friendly, community ways of educating youth in sexual health

3 Will she have the knowledge and skills necessary to make healthy decisions regarding her sexual health by the time she graduates? Comprehensive sexual health education is not just about sex. Arkansas ranks 3 rd in the Nation for teen births* When can we end this cycle... for her sake? * Teen Births – Ages * Teen Births – Ages CDC/NCHS: Data Brief #89 – 2012; NCHS Data Brief #123, May 2013 This publication was supported by a grant form CDC, Cooperative Agreement # 5U87DP It’s contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official views of CDC…….

4 CDC-STD Surveillance, 2011; Last updated December AR – 2011: = 5,976 37%

5 ADH – 2011 Arkansas STD Annual Report 37% 37%

6 CDC-STD Surveillance, 2011; Last updated December AR 2011: 15-19=1,444 31%

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8 AR = 6.2

9 Reported Cases of HIV by Age ADH – 2011 Arkansas HIV Annual Report N =259 43% 43%

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11 1)Mississippi6, % 2)New Mexico3, % 3)ARKANSAS 5, % 4)Texas 47, % 5)Oklahoma6, % 6)Louisiana7, % 7)Kentucky6, % 8)West Virginia2, % 9)Alabama7, % 10)Tennessee9, % 1)Mississippi6, % 2)New Mexico3, % 3)ARKANSAS 5, % 4)Texas 47, % 5)Oklahoma6, % 6)Louisiana7, % 7)Kentucky6, % 8)West Virginia2, % 9)Alabama7, % 10)Tennessee9, % CDC/NCHS: Data Brief # CDC/NCHS: Data Brief # Arkansas Ranks 3 rd in Teen Births – Ages Change 1) ARKANSAS % - 16% 2) Mississippi % - 28% 3) New Mexico % - 24% 4) Oklahoma % - 18% 5) Texas % - 24% 6)Louisiana % - 18% 7)West Virginia % -0- 7)Kentucky % - 14% 9) Washington DC 42.8% ) Tennessee % - 19% Change 1) ARKANSAS % - 16% 2) Mississippi % - 28% 3) New Mexico % - 24% 4) Oklahoma % - 18% 5) Texas % - 24% 6)Louisiana % - 18% 7)West Virginia % -0- 7)Kentucky % - 14% 9) Washington DC 42.8% ) Tennessee % - 19% Arkansas Ranks 1 st in Teen Births – Ages 15-19

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14 Sometimes good people make not-so-good decisions.... Can you take responsibility for your decisions? Someone's life may depend on it... This publication was supported by a grant form CDC, Cooperative Agreement # 5U87DP It’s contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official views of CDC Arkansas Department of Education – Coordinated School Health

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17 Too Much Time on Your Hands? Do you have the time to take care of your baby? diapers formula feedings powder Clean clothes Clean Bedding bathing blankets baby wipes bibs doctor visits baby bottles baby food work vacuuming Washing dishes washing clothes making meals breakfast lunch changing diapers Milk juice Grocery Shopping car seat Crib/Bed School studying high chair Crying spitting-up Teething drooling 2:00 AM feedings Friends Diaper bag Vomiting This publication was supported by a grant form CDC, Cooperative Agreement # 5U87DP It’s contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official views of CDC – Arkansas Department of Education – Coordinated School Health

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19 Sexual Messages... Teens on a daily basis are being inundated with sexual messages. In this technological age, sexual messages are at everyone’s fingertip, eyesight and earlobe.

20 Sexual Messages...

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22 We’re Just as Excited as You.

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26 Age of (Mis)Information 93% - STI education 89% - HIV education 84% - Abstinence education 62% Males 70% Females Formal instruction related to sexual health education: NO contraception education

27 Age of (Mis)Information 41% teens know little/nothing about condoms 75% teens know little/nothing about contraceptive pill Had NO formal contraption education before first sexual experience 46% Males 33% Females For sexually experienced teens: Teens – Ages 18-19:

28 Parent’s World vs. Teen’s World  TV Shows we (parents) watched growing up.

29 PARENTS World vs. TEENS World  TV Shows are kids/teens are watching

30  The way kids TALK…..DRESS Affects of M.M.M. Music, Media, Movies

31 Affects of M.M.M. (Music, Media, Movies)  The Way they treat themselves and OTHERS

32 Social Media Outlets

33 Being Used To:  Connect with Friends  Have Relationships  Destroy Relationships  Cyber Bullying  Expose every thought or decision they make, as well as expose their body.

34 SEXTING terms you need to know 8 Oral Sex 143 I Love You cu46See You For Sex DUM Do You Masturbate GNOCGet Naked on Cam GYPOGet Your Pants Off GNRNGet Naked right Now IIT Is It Tight Q2C Quick To Come RUH Are You Horny CD9/Code9 Parent/Adult around TDTMTalk Dirty to Me S2R Send to Receive NIFOC Naked in Front of Computer SorG Straight or Gay JO Jerk Off PAW Parents are Watching PIR Parent In Room POS Parent Over Shoulder YWS You Want Sex

35 Health Literacy: The capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services to make appropriate health decisions.

36 What is Common Core? -College and Career Readiness -Critical Thinking Skills

37 Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

38 Creating Can you generate new products, ideas, or ways of viewing things? Evaluating Can you justify a decision or course of action? Analyzing Can you break information into parts to explore understandings and relationships? Applying Can you use the information in another familiar situation? Understanding Can you explain ideas or concepts? Remembering Can you recall information? What Does it MEAN??

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41 Kathleen Courtney Karen Swinton


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