Dec 01, 2022
PESH 300 - Comprehensive School Health Education
This course is designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to teach comprehensive school health education with a major emphasis on consumer/community health, environmental health, and personal health/safety.
Prerequisite: PESH 280.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate mastery of the role and function of each of the eight components of the coordinated school health program.
- Locate a variety of health curriculum resources to help teach comprehensive health education.
- Explain the importance role modeling characteristics expected of a K-12 health/physical education teacher.
- Demonstrate a conceptual understanding of the three of the ten comprehensive school health education content areas (consumer/community, personal health/safety, and environmental).
- Appreciate the benefits of engaging in service learning through a six-hour community volunteerism experience.
- Deliver effective lessons and curriculum materials utilizing active learning teaching strategies related to the topics of community, consumer, environmental, and personal health & safety.
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