Nuts and Bolts of a Skills-Based Approach
By Holly Alperin, EdM, MCHES, University of New Hampshire and Sarah Benes, EdD, CHES, Merrimack College
This video reviews the core components of a skills-based approach to health education. Viewers will learn about the characteristics of each component including the importance of skill development, functional information, participatory methods, and attitudes and motivation in the health education classroom.
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Books by the Presenters
Lesson-Planning for Skills-Based Elementary Health Education, Lesson Planning for Skills-Based Health Education, and The Essentials of Teaching Health Education. View the table of contents, read excerpts, and learn about ancillary material.
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