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HLTH 425 Instructional Methods in Health Education 8/29/17 Patrick Herbert, Ph.D., CHES Associate Professor Department of Health Science
Prerequisites Must have completed HLTH 315 with a “C” or better Must be officially registered for this class and not on waitlist
Overview Review course syllabus Get acquainted activity
Course Information Time: 11:00 -12:15 a.m. 12:30-1:45 p.m. Days: Tuesday & Thursday Place: LI 006
Contact Information Patrick Herbert, Ph.D., CHES Email: [email protected] Office: LI 101E Phone: 410/704-4973 Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10:00-11:00; and by appointment
Course Description This course provides the background information and skills health educators need to develop and implement comprehensive school health education at the grade levels in which they are certified and effective programs in the diverse communities in which they work. The course examines the eight components of a coordinated school health program and the National Health Education Standards. State-of-the art information is provided on school health services, healthful and safe school environments, comprehensive school health education curriculum, effective communication principles and instructional strategies and technologies that can be utilized to educate
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Attendance Policy Attendance will be taken during every class. Students are expected to attend all classes. An absence is “excused” only if the professor labels it so. You will lose 3 points from your grade for every unexcused class that you miss. Six (6) unexcused/undocumented absences will result in automatically failing the course. If you are late, I will take off points (1-3).
Policies Not coming to class on a consistent basis will lead to poor performance in the course overall.

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