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Korean Journal of Child Health Nursing 2004;10(3):332-339.
Development of an Evaluation Tool for Middle School Student Sex Education.
Soon Ok Yang, Shin Jeong Kim
Department of Nursing Science, Hallym University, Korea. kimsj@hallym.ac.kr
PURPOSE: To develop a tool to evaluate middle school sex education programs. METHOD: An evaluation tool was developed in 4 stages: first, preliminary items were developed based on the sex education guidebook for teachers published by the Korean Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development; second, a panel of specialists reduced the number of preliminary items by 3 validity tests on the contents; third, final items were selected from the results of pre-test. Finally, reliability and validity were tested by a sample of 601 middle school students of both genders attending all three grades. RESULTS: The developed evaluation tool contained 31 items on the sexual knowledge and 22 items on the sexual attitude. The results of reliability tests were as follows: Cronbachs alpha for sexual knowledge was .84; and for sexual attitude was .88. CONCLUSION: This study suggested the developed evaluation tool for sex education programs for middle school students had a high degree of reliability and validity.Therefore, it can be utilized to effectively evaluate Korean middle school sex education programs.
Key words: Middle school student; Sexuality education; Evaluation tool
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