HE Appropriate Practices 2: Curriculum 1
This webinar is part of the Health Appropriate Practices webinar series. It can be purchased individually or as part of the entire series.
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Date Recorded: Wednesday, November 8, 2016
The Appropriate Practices in School-Based Health Education webinar series is the companion webinar series to SHAPE America's Appropriate Practices in School-Based Health Education guidance document. This document articulates best practices in school-based health education in order to support the implementation of effective health education as a critical component of any school system.
Whether you are a veteran educator familiar with the appropriate practices or this is your first introduction to the guidance document, this webinar series provides key insights from the document's authors. In each installment of this webinar series, the authors engage in in-depth discussion on the appropriate practices and provide tangible resources and strategies to educators and stakeholders wishing to implement the outlined appropriate practices in their health education programs.
The practices described in the document and in the webinars are based on evidence relating to effective health education from organizations such as the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as other current resources. Each webinar in the series can be viewed individually to refine understanding of a particular section of the appropriate practices or as part of the entire series to gain a full, in-depth view of the entire guidance document.
Webinar 2: CURRICULUM, PART I
The second webinar discusses the curriculum section of the guidance document, covering appropriate practices B.1 to B.10 and focusing on planning goals and objectives.
You'll learn to:
- Describe appropriate planning practices for curriculum in school-based health education.
- Identify the benefits of a planned and sequential health education curriculum.
- Describe the process of writing curriculum goals and objectives aligned with standards and based on data.
- Identify the differences between skills-based health education curriculum and content- driven health education.
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