Health Science
 

School Health Education Methods and Curriculum A

School Health Education Methods and Curriculum A
Part A of methods and curriculum preparation; effective implementation of instruction related to substance abuse prevention, safety and injury prevention, and reproductive health for secondary students; unit and lesson planning, assessment of learner performance; practice teaching.
HLTH
381
 Hours3.0 Credit, 2.5 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining HLTH 381
Course Outcomes: 

Teaching Resources and Standards

Identify and apply teaching resources, national and state standards, and state frameworks for teaching health education.

Classroom Environments

Identify and apply strategies for creating classroom environments conducive to optimal learning and emotional well-being.

Risks, Concerns and Challenges

Identify health risks, concerns, and challenges confronting school-age youth and develop teaching materials for helping strategies.

Instructional Strategies

Identify and experiment with a variety of instructional strategies and teaching methods to enhance health teaching including those that emphasize active learning and skill development.

Best Methods

Evaluate possible teaching methods and select the best method(s) to use when teaching specific health content areas.

Teacher Work Sample Applications

Apply a systematic instructional design process to lesson planning that utilizes Teacher Work Sample steps and provides sufficient detail and clarity for other educators to teach the lesson plan as designed and intended.