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This state-of-the art health education methods book provides pre-service and current elementary and middle-level teachers with solid background information about health as well as practical, theory-based health education activities that encourage students to adopt health-enhancing behaviors. All the suggested teaching activities are aligned with the National Health Education Standards and include sample assessment strategies. .
Table of Contents
|Foundations Of Health Education|
|The Coordinated School Health Program: A Foundation for Health Promotion in the Academic Environment|
|Comprehensive School Health Education: Applying the Science of Education to Improving Health Instruction|
|Standards-Based Planning, Teaching, and Assessment in School Health Education|
|Building and Managing the Safe and Positive Classroom Environment|
|Helping Students Develop Skills For Positive Health Habits|
|Promoting Mental and Emotional Health|
|Promoting Healthy Eating|
|Promoting Physical Activity|
|Promoting Safety and Preventing Unintentional Injury|
|Promoting Personal Health and Wellness|
|Helping Students Translate Their Skills To Manage Health Risks|
|Preventing Intentional Injuries and Violence|
|Promoting a Tobacco-Free Lifestyle|
|Promoting an Alcohol- and Other Drug-Free Lifestyle|
|Promoting Sexual Health|
|Managing Loss, Death, and Grief|
|2006 National Health Education Standards for Grades Pre-K-8|
|Rubrics for the National Health Education Standards|
|Growth and Development Characteristics and Corresponding Needs|
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