Dealing with HIV and AIDS in the Classroom
Juta, 2008 - Education - 230 pages
Much has been written about how many parents, children and educators are infected or affected by HIV and AIDS. However, little has been offered in the way of practical, pedagogical and emotional help for teachers dealing with HIV and AIDS in their classrooms. This book helps those teachers cope on a day-to-day basis in the classroom.
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The nature of HIV and AIDS
Myths concerning the transmission of HIV
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