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HED 329K: Child, Adolescent, and Adult HealthExam II Study GuideFall, 2011Be familiar with major concepts from lectures, handouts, HED 329K Blackboard materials, and documents available in Course Documents, videos, and textbook chapter readings assigned forHealth – The Basics(HTB) = Chapters 5,7,8 and 15. The emphasis will be on both lecture and textbook information. The exam may consist of objective questions (MC, T/F, Matching) and short answer essay questions (definitions, diagrams, identification and application of key factors and concepts). Concepts to understand include:• CAAH Logic Framework applied to the topics of Global Warming, Adolescent Risk-Taking Behavior, ATOD, and Sexual Health EducationComponents of CAAH Logic Framework: Bio-behavioral Health Sciences Basic Research:-Description: biological, medical and behavioral research conducted to test hypothesis, assess behaviors, determine risk and protective factors contributing to youth and adult health. -Examples: Youth risk behavior survey, national longitudinal study of adolescent health, clinical animal and/or human investigations, Epidemiological researchTheory:-Description: A set of assumptions, beliefs, or hypotheses to be validated. Biological, behavioral, and learning theories derived from research and practice -Examples: Causal model of risk-taking, Social development model, social learning theory, resiliency model, developmental assets Applied research and Evaluation:-Description: Includes research and evaluation activities conducted in applied settings to examine and solve real world issues.-Examples: Evaluation of CAAH programs, Assessment of changes in knowledge/attitude/behavior, cost-benefit analysisChild, Adolescent, and Adult Health Information:-Description: Scientifically derived body of health related concepts and information tht may be applied to child, adolescent and adult health promotion.
-Examples: climate change, Risk-taking behavior, Sexual health, substance use and misuse, violenceHealth Pedagogy:-Description: Includes methods of teaching of health related concepts, information, and skills in school and community settings.-Examples: Lecture, cooperative learning, role playing, computer assisted instruction, Internet research assignment Health Education:-Description: Encompasses school and community health programs designed to provide information, explore values, and develop behavioral health skills in youth and adults.-Examples: Delivered via regular Health classes or integrated into other academic areas of curriculum. Ten traditional content areas, health literacy competencies, life skills training Health advocacy:-Description: May include observable, proactive behavior that promotes the heath of children and adolescents.-Examples: Giving testimony to lobby for school health education. Volunteering at a health clinic, serving on a local school health advisory council.