Health Education: Elementary and Middle School Applications, 10th Edition
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Health Education: Elementary and Middle School Applications provides pre-service elementary and middle school teachers, school nurses, and health education specialists with the information, skills, and support they need to provide quality health instruction to students. The practical approach offers specific strategies for teaching health while providing background information on key health topics. Each chapter offers valuable activities and techniques related to assessment, curriculum development, lesson and unit planning, instruction, and more. This tenth edition has been updated to include the latest national recommendations, statistics, and standards related to health education and programming.
CHAPTER 1: WHOLE SCHOOL, WHOLE COMMUNITY, WHOLE CHILD: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO LEARNING AND HEALTH
CHAPTER 2: COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL HEALTH EDUCATION: APPLYING THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION TO IMPROVING HEALTH INSTRUCTION
CHAPTER 3: STANDARDS-BASED PLANNING, TEACHING, AND ASSESSMENT IN HEALTH EDUCATION
CHAPTER 4: BUILDING AND MANAGING THE SAFE AND POSITIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
SECTION II: HELPING STUDENTS DEVELOP SKILLS FOR POSITIVE HEALTH HABITS
CHAPTER 5: PROMOTING MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH
CHAPTER 6: PROMOTING HEALTHY EATING
CHAPTER 7: PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
CHAPTER 8: PROMOTING SAFETY AND PREVENTING UNINTENTIONAL INJURY
CHAPTER 9: PROMOTING PERSONAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
SECTION III: HELPING STUDENTS TRANSLATE THEIR SKILLS TO MANAGE HEALTH RISKS
CHAPTER 10: PREVENTING INTENTIONAL INJURIES AND VIOLENCE
CHAPTER 11: TOBACCO USE AND ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEMS PREVENTION
CHAPTER 12: ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG USE PREVENTION
CHAPTER 13: PROMOTING SEXUAL HEALTH
CHAPTER 14: MANAGING LOSS, DEATH, AND GRIEF
Appendix: Rocky Mountain Center for Health Promotion and Education Rubrics for the National Health Education Standards
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