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Course SummaryThis study guide helps you review health and wellness, health issues, human development and personal safety. The course covers all the topics you could be tested on when taking the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) Health & Physical Education Test I exam.
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About This Course
From dieting and drug abuse to sexual health and safety, this study guide covers a wide range of topics relating to health and wellness. You'll study lifestyle choices, relationships, human body systems, nutrition and much more. This course ensures that you are fully prepared for the GACE Health & Physical Education Test I exam. Once you complete your review, you should have a better understanding of the following:
- Social development and psychosocial health
- The immune system, disease control and personal hygiene
- Communication and relationships
- Theories and stages of cognitive, social and emotional development
- Structures and roles of human body organs and systems
- Sexual health, behaviors and reproductive systems
- Healthy eating, diet planning and eating disorders
- Drug and substance abuse
- Safety regulations and practices
- Injury prevention strategies
About the Exam
In Georgia, the GACE Health & Physical Education exam is a two-part exam used to measure the knowledge of potential preschool to high school health and PE educators. Test I is a computer-administered exam containing 100 selected-response questions. The test consists of three subareas: Mental and Emotional Health/Professional Issues (accounting for 25% of the exam); Personal Health and Wellness, Sexual Health and Nutrition (40% of the exam); and Safety and Injury Prevention and Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (35%). Candidates are given two hours and 10 minutes to complete this test and can pass the exam at the induction level by attaining a score of 220.
GACE Health & Physical Education Test I Exam Preparation & Registration
The GACE Health & Physical Education Test I study guide is a great tool to help you brush up on health and wellness material before taking this content area assessment exam. The course provides a review of such topics as mental health issues; developmental stages; contraception methods; dietary choices; and safety precautions. These lessons are accessible 24/7 from any device and can be viewed as often as needed to ensure your full understanding of these topics. You can also use the timeline to jump to any point in a lesson to focus on just the information you need to review. Make sure you're ready to take the GACE Health & Physical Education Test I exam by testing yourself with self-assessment lesson quizzes and chapter exams.
Register for any GACE exam by first creating an account on the Georgia Professional Standards Commission website. This will allow you to obtain a Georgia certification number to start the GACE registration process. With that ID number, you will create a GACE testing account on the Educational Testing Service (ETS) website. Complete your registration via phone or online. Pay exam fees via debit or credit card, an electronic check or through PayPal.
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