Life skills

Lessons learned

Gathering a strong evidence base for programming is critical to improving the quality of programmes. The following lessons have been derived from research and experience in both developing and more developed nations in relation to HIV/AIDS prevention education. Using the quality framework for education, five key areas of focus are suggested to maximize the quality of programmes and ultimately programme outcomes:

  • Focus on the learner coming into the school, their health and nutritional status and ability to concentrate and learn;
  • Focus on content of curriculum and materials offered through schools;
  • Focus on processes employed in the design and delivery of programmes, especially teaching and learning methods, and the social forces which shape them;
  • Focus on the environment in which the learning takes place in terms of being healthy, safe and supportive physically and psychosocially within and outside the classroom, in whatever form the classroom may take; and
  • Focus on outcomes in terms of learning achievement and also impact on HIV/AIDS risk.
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Lessons Learned in Life Skills-Based Education for HIV/AIDS, including references used for synthesizing these lessons.
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Lessons Learned in Life Skills-Based Education for HIV/AIDS (french)
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Lessons Learned in Life Skills-Based Education for HIV/AIDS, including references used for synthesizing these lessons.
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Lessons Learned in Life Skills-Based Education for HIV/AIDS (french)
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