Student Involvement in Personal, Family & Community Health

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Which of the following does NOT refer to a kind of incident that necessitates training in personal safety as an element of health education?

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1. If a student seems to have a poor appetite, trouble eating well or only seems to want sweets, this may indicate that they need additional education about which type of personal, family and community health issue?

2. Which of the following refers to collaborating with the school nurse, sports teams, coaches and PE teachers, she creates a program to train students in age appropriate health and wellness issues that expand beyond exercise?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet assesses what you know about students' knowledge of personal and public health. You'll review the different areas of health and signs of possible abuse.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet offers a review of what you know about:

  • Signs that a student needs to learn about personal safety
  • Which personal, family and community health area is related to poor eating
  • What health issue is highly stigmatized
  • Bystander awareness

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember what signs indicate a student may need to learn about personal safety
  • Knowledge application - review what you know about students and health concerns to answer questions about each issue
  • Interpreting information - revisit what you know about bystander awareness and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

You can find more details about this topic in the lesson Student Involvement in Personal, Family & Community Health. This lesson offers a deeper review of:

  • What type of content students are likely to engage with
  • How nutrition affects personal, family and community health
  • Understanding different types of bullying
  • Resources for mental health issues
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