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Clark College, Vancouver, WA Health and Physical Education Multicultural Health (HLTH 210) Winter 2019 Syllabus 1 | P a g e Instructor Information Name : Erin Staples MPH, CWC Office : O’Connell Sports Center (OSC) 202 Phone : 360-292-2330 Email : [email protected] Office Hours: MW 1 2:00 pm. Generally, best way to reach me is through Canvas Inbox Course Description and Outcomes: The course description states: Exploration of the complex interactions between culture, ethnicity, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, age, social class, and ability as they relate to health behavior and outcomes. Personalized behavior change strategies to advance health will be developed. Required Materials: NO BOOK REQUIRED: Readings will be provided electronically. Access to the Internet, printer, Canvas, and a word processing application such as Microsoft Word. All are available in computer labs located in the library and other locations around campus. Table of Contents Instructor Info Page 1 Discussion Forum Guidelines Page 5-6 Course Description & Requirements Page 1 Researching the WWW Page 7 ELearning Page 2 Course Success Suggestions Page 8 Communication Guidelines Grading Page 3 Page 4 College Information & Support Page 8-9 Course Outcomes Assessment Supported Program Outcome 1. Explore health as a multi-dimensional model Personal Reflections, Discussion Forums, Questionnaires, Assigned Readings, SMART Goalsetting Demonstrat e progress towards healthier behaviors 2. Explain the social construction of identity and difference with regard to sex, gender, race, class, sexuality, age and ability, and recognize one's own place within the diversity of identities Personal Reflections, Discussion Forums, Questionnaires, Assigned Readings, Research Presentations 3. Describe how lifestyle, culture, history, and structural inequity interact to affect health outcomes Personal Reflections, Discussion Forums, Assigned Readings, Research Presentations 4. Developing behavior change strategies; applying practices that advance health Personal Reflections, Discussion Forums, Questionnaires, Assigned Readings, Research Presentations, SMART Goalsetting 5. Evaluating the credibility of health- related information SMART Goal and Research Presentation
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Clark College, Vancouver, WA Health and Physical Education Multicultural Health (HLTH 210) Winter 2019 Syllabus 2 | P a g e E-Learning Guidelines: This section of HLTH 210 is done entirely on-line. There are no on-campus meetings. You will submit all your coursework using a computer, MS Word, and Canvas, Clark’s course management system. Course content is divided into modules. Each module includes text readings and active learning activities. Reflections on learning activities will be turned in as discussion forum posts, reflection papers, and presentations. More detailed instruction is attached in each module.
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