Learn physical education teaching methods for preschool and early elementary school students.
Innovative Tools for Health Education eBook
Help your students visualize the size of a portion of food so they can more easily follow the guidance of MyPyramid.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies
How do I measure the ROI of our wellness initiative? How can I tell if our wellness initiative is cost-effective? How do I know whether the wellness initiative is successful?
Teaching Stress Management eBook
The field of mental health has traditionally focused on the study of maladaptive behaviors known as risk factors for mental disease.
Successful Coaching-4th Edition
The whole method of practice is obvious: The whole technique is practiced intact. The part method is actually the whole-part-whole method. You teach the whole method as just outlined, practice it in parts, and then recombine the parts back into the whole via practice.
Sport First Aid 5th Edition eBook
The key to prevention is balancing all the factors that influence body temperature so that the body temperature stays within a safe range.
The Healthy Eating and Active Time Club Curriculum With Web Resource
This lesson introduces students to the HEAT Club. The overarching goal for this unit is to help students understand that food is fuel for the body, much like gas is fuel for a car.
Health Opportunities Through Physical Education With Web Resources
To truly understand energy balance, we have to start by understanding energy expenditure or output. Your body�s natural way of maintaining balance is to replenish the calories it uses.
Health for Life With Web Resources-Paper
Researchers know that health behaviors can be changed. They also know that changes occur not all at once but in stages.
Promoting Health and Academic Success eBook
Comprehensive school health education is characterized by planned, sequential, developmentally appropriate, and culturally inclusive learning experiences taught by qualified trained teachers. The health education curriculum should be based on relevant health behavior theories; focus on the emotional, intellectual, physical, and social dimensions of health; provide students with exposure to diverse instructional techniques; and evaluate student achievement through a variety of assessment
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Health Marketing is announcing an update to CDC’s Web site for tweens (ages 9 - 13). The BAM! Web site has been updated to included 2009 H1N1 flu information. Please take a look at the Body and Mind (BAM!) Web site at http://www.bam.gov and http://www.bam.gov/site_flukrew.html and help get the word out to educators about flu prevention and youth.
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