005 BP_Health/Nutrition
  • August 22nd, 2014 - June 1st, 2015

    No time (online) - No time (online)
    Online Course
    Online

    Component points - 30

    Target Audience: Secondary teachers that teach human sexuality education, drug use prevention, and mental health
    As a result of this training participants will: Be able to adhere to PCS family life education guidelines and processes and deliver core concepts of family life education to students., Students will receive uniform comprehensive family life education
    Cultural Objective: Review and apply the NGSSS for Health Education to build bridges of meaning between home and school experiences
    Teacher Expectations: 2.1 f. Acknowledge adherence to rules and procedures., 1.1c. Use multiple assessments and information to plan instruction., 2.1 g. Demonstrate an understanding of students’ interests and background.
    Support Objectives: d) Job Knowledge, b) Attitude/Growth, e) Judgment
    Leadership Objectives: f) Instructional Leadership, c) Diversity, d) Ethical Leadership
    Operational Objectives: Identify school board policy and guidelines of Family Life Education., Identify current adolescent issues related to grief and loss, suicide, and drug abuse., Demonstrate an understanding of current best practices in teaching human sexuality, contraception education including barrier protection.
    Additional Info: Target Audience: Secondary teachers in Health Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Science Education, Dropout Prevention, ESE, and JROTC. This component is a blend of face to face and online instruction. Participants will: a) Identify school b
    Author: Peggy Johns - Johnsp@pcsb.org
    Department: Pre K-12 Health Education
    Phone: 588-6346

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