Health_Ed_Questionnaire_8_20_08

Health_Ed_Questionnaire_8_20_08 - Health Education Health...

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Health Education – Health Promotion Attitude Survey – September 2008 Directions: Do not put your name on this survey; write the number of the item which best expresses your opinion on the topic presented. Please use this legend for your guide to your responses: Strongly agree = 5; agree = 4; neutral = 3; disagree = 2; strongly disagree = 1; NA = 0 [NA means that it does not apply to me] Age ______________ Major ________________________________________________ Class (Frosh, Soph, Jr, Sr, Grad) _______________ Minor ________________________________________________ 1. __________ Health education that focuses on the six CDC risk areas [1. injuries, 2. tobacco, 3. alcohol/drug use, 4. sexual behavior, 5. diet, 6.physical activity ] is appropriate. 2. __________ Health education’s focus on the CDC’s six priority areas [listed in #1] is exactly what needs to be done as far as education is concerned. 3. __________ It has been my experience that collegiate health educators [professors] spend about the “right” amount of time on #1. 4. __________ Collegiate health educators would do well to present only information [facts on these and other health issues] to students and leave it at that. 5. __________ Collegiate health educators would do well to openly discuss each of the areas in #1. 6. __________ It has been my experience that the health educators with whom I’ve had coursework over the years tend to make me feel “ guilty ” over my particular [the student’s] health behaviors. 7. __________ Collegiate health educators do well in having students engage in a health behavior change project for a semester. 8. __________ In order to be effective, collegiate health educators need to be a role model of good health. 9. __________ If I were [at some point in the future] to become a health education teacher of children/young adults, I view my life as a model for them. 10. __________ If I were [at some point in the future] to become a health education teacher of children/young adults, I believe that health teachers need not necessarily behave in healthful ways in order to be effective teachers of health. 11. __________ If I were to [at some point in the future] become a health education teacher of children/young adults, I believe that my behavior regarding health issues has no impact on students one way or the other. 12. __________ If I were to [at some point in the future] become a health education teacher of children/young adults, I believe that my private life and my public school life are totally separate and should be viewed as such. 13. __________ If I were a health education teacher of children/young adults, if I use tobacco, it’s my own business and no one else’s. 14.
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