|Undergraduate Catalog 2004-2006: Courses|
HED1100 Planning School Health Programs (3 semester hours)
Course content will address the processes, knowledge and skills necessary to plan and implement an effective, comprehensive, school health education program.
HED/IDS2000 Understanding Wellness (4 semester hours)
Crosslisted with IDS2000. See IDS2000 for description.
HED2050 At Risk Behaviors & Society (3 semester hours)
Course content will address the social, mental, physical, emotional, and environmental health issues as they apply to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention: adolescent risk behavior; tobacco use; dietary patterns contributing to disease and sedentary lifestyle; sexual behaviors that result in HIV infection, other sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancy; alcohol and other drug use; and behaviors that result in intentional and unintentional injury.
HED2100 Resources and Assessment in Health Education (3 semester hours)
Course content will address computerized health information retrieval systems and databases; techniques for the dissemination of valid health information and services to a diverse population; selection of appropriate program and student assessment tools; and analysis of results for program improvement.
HED3050 Curriculum Development in Health Education (2 semester hours)
Course content will address the development of a scope and sequence plan for comprehensive school health education and the development of measurable cognitive, affective and behavioral learning outcomes. Various curricular models pertaining to the ten key content areas of health instruction will be explored along with the incorporation of technology and other educational media into the health instruction process.
HED4050 School/Community Partnerships in Health Promotion (3 semester hours)
Course content will present an overview of community health needs, including the role of governmental agencies. The relationship between community and school health education programs will be investigated from a partnership perspective. Strategies for facilitating collaboration in coordinated school health programs will be explored in relation to the social and cultural forces influencing public perception and acceptance of health education.
Prerequisites: All previous health education courses.
31 December 2003
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