Evaluation and follow-up

Analyse and evaluate the pertinence of the Teaching Program, processes and the teaching tools that were used. 

Does the person have a better understanding of his or her body and the way it functions in relation to masturbation?

Can the person name intimate body parts and genitals on a generic silhouette, on their own silhouette, or in front of a mirror?

Does this knowledge help the person in his or her masturbation and or in the guidance that the tutor or others can provide?

Do the drawings help the person in his or her understanding of himself or herself? How has being able to explicitly identify one’s own intimate body parts (genitals, penis, testicles, body hair, torso, breasts, nipples, vulva, clitoris, vagina, anus, etc.) improved communication and masturbation practice?

Is the person able to identify body parts that have “particular sensations or create excitation” in the context of his or her body and masturbation?

Where the emoticons, pictograms, images and drawings that designated emotions of nice or bringing pleasure, not nice or not bringing pleasure, annoying, forbidden, etc. Did it help the person to better understanding himself or herself and the practice of masturbation?

Did the work in front of the mirror connected with understanding of emotion improve understanding?

Did the explicit drawings provided in the teaching tool or other drawings improve communication and understanding about masturbation?

Does the person have a better understanding of appropriate places to masturbate thanks to images or photos of these places?

Did the animated film improve understanding?

What changes or modifications could be necessary to the program you provided in order to improve understanding or communication?