PY 108, Human Sexuality

Semesters Taught: Spring 2014 (122 students)

Position: Teaching Assistant

Instructor: Bridgett Kennedy, Ph.D.

Syllabus: PY 108-QL, Spring 2014

Course Description:

This online elective course for undergraduates provides a foundation of knowledge of the biological and psychological bases for human sexual behavior.  Topics covered include the genetic, hormonal, and learning bases for development of sexual and sex-related structures and of psychosexual identity and behavior, adult sexual structures and behavior, conception control, pregnancy, lactation and parentalism, drugs and reproduction, and sexual pathology and variances.

Duties and Responsibilities:

My duties for this course included grading of online discussion posts and fielding of student questions.  Discussions were graded for content, clarity and accuracy of opinions expressed, and effectiveness of the writing (e.g., spelling, grammar, etc.).


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