Using Backward Design to Build a Skills-Based Unit
Using Backward Design to Build a Skills-Based Unit
Using Backward Design to Build a Skills-Based Unit and Lesson Plans in Health Education

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Date Recorded: Wednesday, April 27, 2016


With classroom time so precious, why not identify student need and target health instruction? In this webinar, you learn to use backward design to plan assessment and instruction based on student need.

After analyzing youth risk behavior data, we'll select performance indicators from the National Health Education Standards and infuse them with content. From there, we'll use the power of the indicator verbs to inform assessment and instruction, design a prompt and a challenge, then design an authentic summative assessment. By the end of the webinar, you'll have the framework of a skills-based unit.


Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will analyze data to determine student risk behaviors.
  • Participants will use infused National Health Education Standards performance indicators to reduce risk behaviors.
  • Participants will plan assessment and instruction based on infused performance indicators.
  • Participants will design a prompt reflective of infused performance indicators.
  • Participants will design a summative assessment.

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