The Resource Health education : creating strategies for school and community health, Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer

Health education : creating strategies for school and community health, Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer

Label
Health education : creating strategies for school and community health
Title
Health education
Title remainder
creating strategies for school and community health
Statement of responsibility
Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1946-
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Gilbert, Glen G.
Dewey number
613/.071/073
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RA440.5
LC item number
.G48 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
NLM call number
WA18
NLM item number
.G553 2000
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Sawyer, Robin G
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  • Health education
  • Health Education
  • Health education
  • Health education
  • United States
Label
Health education : creating strategies for school and community health, Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Process of Health Education -- History of Health Education -- Goals of the Text -- Health Education Competencies -- Method Selection Components -- Chapter 2. Planning for Instruction -- Program Planning -- Needs Assessment -- Target Population -- Focus Groups -- The Links Among Goals, Objectives, and Evaluation -- Why Use Objectives? -- Issues in Setting Objectives and Selecting Interventions/Methods -- Process Objectives -- Writing Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Writing General Goals -- Narrowing Goals to Measurable Objectives -- Writing Self-Contained Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Other Objective-Writing Formats -- Suggested Recipe for Writing Health Education Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Objective-Writing Exercises -- Examples of Goal and Objective Setting -- Ethics as Part of Planning -- Human Subjects Review -- Ethical Obligations to Employer -- The Learning Environment -- Using the Total Environment -- Chapter 3. Selecting an Intervention/Method -- Objectives as Drivers of Selection -- Educational Principles -- Theory and Model Application -- Models -- Limitations and Future Directions -- Educational Domains -- Characteristics of Learner and Community -- Packaging the Total Intervention Strategy -- Chapter 4. Presentation and Unit Plan Development -- Lesson/Presentation Plans -- Unit Plans -- Unit Construction Guidelines -- Chapter 5. Methods of Instruction/Intervention -- Using Methods as a Framework -- Method/Intervention 1. Getting-Acquainted (Icebreaker) Activities -- Method/Intervention 2. Audiotapes -- Method/Intervention 3. Audiovisual Materials -- Method/Intervention 4. Brainstorming -- Method/Intervention 5. Case Studies -- Method/Intervention 6. Computer-Assisted Instruction -- Method/Intervention 7. Cooperative Learning and Group Work -- Method/Intervention 8. Debates -- Method/Intervention 9. Displays and Bulletin Boards -- Method/Intervention 10. Educational Games -- Method/Intervention 11. Experiments and Demonstrations -- Method/Intervention 12. Field Trips -- Method/Intervention 13. Guest Speakers -- Method/Intervention 14. Guided Imagery -- Method/Intervention 15. Humor -- Method/Intervention 16. Lecture -- Method/Intervention 17. Mass Media -- Method/Intervention 18. Models -- Method/Intervention 19. Music -- Method/Intervention 20. Newsletters -- Method/Intervention 21. Panels -- Method/Intervention 22. Peer Education -- Method/Intervention 23. Personal Improvement Projects -- Method/Intervention 24. Problem Solving -- Method/Intervention 25. Puppets -- Method/Intervention 26. Role Plays -- Method/Intervention 27. Self-Appraisals -- Method/Intervention 28. Service Learning -- Method/Intervention 29. Simulations -- Method/Intervention 30. Theater -- Method/Intervention 31. Value Clarification -- Method/Intervention 32. Word Games and Puzzles -- Promising Methods by Topic -- Chapter 6. Personal Computers and the Internet -- Now That You Are Online -- Conducting a Search -- Selecting a Search Engine -- Caveat Emptor -- The Feds Strike Back! -- Evaluating Internet Sites -- Understanding and Decoding URLs -- Correctly Citing Web Sources -- Personal Computers, the Internet, and Health Education -- Distance Learning and Health Education -- Chat Rooms -- Bulletin Boards -- Finding Colleagues -- Technology Pioneers in Health Education -- Videoconferencing -- Chapter 7. Using Media and Common Audiovisual Equipment -- Major Types of Media -- The Dinosaur Section -- Preparing Visual Materials -- Selecting and Evaluating Media -- Media Development -- Media Literacy -- Chapter 8. Minority Health -- Changing Demographics in the United States -- Should We Study Minority Health? -- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health -- Cultural Competency -- Tuskegee -- A Legacy of Doubt -- Tuskegee Postscript -- Suggested Health Promotion Strategies for Diverse Cultures -- Ethnicity and the Health Educator -- Chapter 9. Special Challenges -- Exceptional Populations -- Visually Impaired -- Learning Disabled -- Deafness -- Chapter 10. Controversial Topics: Sexuality Education -- Justification of Program Development -- Current Issue: Abstinence Versus Responsibility -- Developing Goals and Objectives for Sexuality Education -- Opposition to Sexuality Education -- Obstacles to Teaching Sex Education -- Avoiding Trouble in Sexuality Education -- Establishing Curriculum or Program in a Controversial Area -- Political Correctness and the Health Educator -- Appendix. Resources -- Entry-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Graduate-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession -- Professional Organizations
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 346 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035605595
Label
Health education : creating strategies for school and community health, Glen G. Gilbert, Robin G. Sawyer
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Process of Health Education -- History of Health Education -- Goals of the Text -- Health Education Competencies -- Method Selection Components -- Chapter 2. Planning for Instruction -- Program Planning -- Needs Assessment -- Target Population -- Focus Groups -- The Links Among Goals, Objectives, and Evaluation -- Why Use Objectives? -- Issues in Setting Objectives and Selecting Interventions/Methods -- Process Objectives -- Writing Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Writing General Goals -- Narrowing Goals to Measurable Objectives -- Writing Self-Contained Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Other Objective-Writing Formats -- Suggested Recipe for Writing Health Education Outcome/Impact Objectives -- Objective-Writing Exercises -- Examples of Goal and Objective Setting -- Ethics as Part of Planning -- Human Subjects Review -- Ethical Obligations to Employer -- The Learning Environment -- Using the Total Environment -- Chapter 3. Selecting an Intervention/Method -- Objectives as Drivers of Selection -- Educational Principles -- Theory and Model Application -- Models -- Limitations and Future Directions -- Educational Domains -- Characteristics of Learner and Community -- Packaging the Total Intervention Strategy -- Chapter 4. Presentation and Unit Plan Development -- Lesson/Presentation Plans -- Unit Plans -- Unit Construction Guidelines -- Chapter 5. Methods of Instruction/Intervention -- Using Methods as a Framework -- Method/Intervention 1. Getting-Acquainted (Icebreaker) Activities -- Method/Intervention 2. Audiotapes -- Method/Intervention 3. Audiovisual Materials -- Method/Intervention 4. Brainstorming -- Method/Intervention 5. Case Studies -- Method/Intervention 6. Computer-Assisted Instruction -- Method/Intervention 7. Cooperative Learning and Group Work -- Method/Intervention 8. Debates -- Method/Intervention 9. Displays and Bulletin Boards -- Method/Intervention 10. Educational Games -- Method/Intervention 11. Experiments and Demonstrations -- Method/Intervention 12. Field Trips -- Method/Intervention 13. Guest Speakers -- Method/Intervention 14. Guided Imagery -- Method/Intervention 15. Humor -- Method/Intervention 16. Lecture -- Method/Intervention 17. Mass Media -- Method/Intervention 18. Models -- Method/Intervention 19. Music -- Method/Intervention 20. Newsletters -- Method/Intervention 21. Panels -- Method/Intervention 22. Peer Education -- Method/Intervention 23. Personal Improvement Projects -- Method/Intervention 24. Problem Solving -- Method/Intervention 25. Puppets -- Method/Intervention 26. Role Plays -- Method/Intervention 27. Self-Appraisals -- Method/Intervention 28. Service Learning -- Method/Intervention 29. Simulations -- Method/Intervention 30. Theater -- Method/Intervention 31. Value Clarification -- Method/Intervention 32. Word Games and Puzzles -- Promising Methods by Topic -- Chapter 6. Personal Computers and the Internet -- Now That You Are Online -- Conducting a Search -- Selecting a Search Engine -- Caveat Emptor -- The Feds Strike Back! -- Evaluating Internet Sites -- Understanding and Decoding URLs -- Correctly Citing Web Sources -- Personal Computers, the Internet, and Health Education -- Distance Learning and Health Education -- Chat Rooms -- Bulletin Boards -- Finding Colleagues -- Technology Pioneers in Health Education -- Videoconferencing -- Chapter 7. Using Media and Common Audiovisual Equipment -- Major Types of Media -- The Dinosaur Section -- Preparing Visual Materials -- Selecting and Evaluating Media -- Media Development -- Media Literacy -- Chapter 8. Minority Health -- Changing Demographics in the United States -- Should We Study Minority Health? -- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health -- Cultural Competency -- Tuskegee -- A Legacy of Doubt -- Tuskegee Postscript -- Suggested Health Promotion Strategies for Diverse Cultures -- Ethnicity and the Health Educator -- Chapter 9. Special Challenges -- Exceptional Populations -- Visually Impaired -- Learning Disabled -- Deafness -- Chapter 10. Controversial Topics: Sexuality Education -- Justification of Program Development -- Current Issue: Abstinence Versus Responsibility -- Developing Goals and Objectives for Sexuality Education -- Opposition to Sexuality Education -- Obstacles to Teaching Sex Education -- Avoiding Trouble in Sexuality Education -- Establishing Curriculum or Program in a Controversial Area -- Political Correctness and the Health Educator -- Appendix. Resources -- Entry-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Graduate-Level Health Educator Competencies -- Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession -- Professional Organizations
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 346 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035605595

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