Ch 18: GACE Health Education: Health Education Teachers

About This Chapter

Get ready to show off your knowledge about health education teachers with the help of this chapter. Our self-paced video lessons and quizzes cover the essential topics you'll be tested on when you take the Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) test.

GACE Health Education: Health Education Teachers - Chapter Summary

If you have a laptop, tablet or cell phone, you can transform wait time into study time. Pull up this GACE Health Education exam prep chapter on any of these devices whenever it is convenient for you, even while waiting in line. You'll refresh your recollection of the roles and responsibilities of health education teachers and be able to do the following::

  • Implement health education advocacy programs
  • Identify curriculum issues in health education
  • Summarize major sources of credible health information
  • Teach peer leadership skills to students
  • Promote positive lifestyle choices and personal wellness
  • Explain the health promotion model
  • Discuss the whole school, whole community, whole child model

Complete the multiple-choice lesson quizzes on your touch screen or using your mouse to practice answering exam-type questions and also to gauge your understanding of the material. If you need to go back and review a particular topic, our video tags make it easy. Full transcripts are also available if you want to read over key terms.

7 Lessons in Chapter 18: GACE Health Education: Health Education Teachers
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Implementing Health Education Advocacy Programs

1. Implementing Health Education Advocacy Programs

In this lesson, we will explain how to identify opportunities available for health education advocacy programs. We will also include the implementation of curricular and extracurricular programs across a variety of high-interest health-related topics.

Curriculum Issues in Health Education

2. Curriculum Issues in Health Education

Proper curriculums are crucial when educating health education students. Many issues and factors play a role in the development of these curriculums, and this lesson goes over some important ones.

Sources of Health Information: Overview & Reliability

3. Sources of Health Information: Overview & Reliability

The Internet is full of information and misinformation. This lesson will teach you how to identify the major sources of health information and determine if they are truly credible.

What Is the Health Promotion Model? - Definition & Theory

4. What Is the Health Promotion Model? - Definition & Theory

In this lesson, you will learn about the health promotion model and its influences on health behaviors. You will also gain an understanding of the theory behind the health promotion model and how that theory affects health promotion outcomes.

Teaching Peer Leadership Skills to Students

5. Teaching Peer Leadership Skills to Students

In this lesson we will explore methods for training students to be leaders. We will specifically discuss intervention, resistance, and refusal skills, and how to teach those skills to students.

Lifestyle Choices and Personal Wellness: Decisions, Behavior & Prevention

6. Lifestyle Choices and Personal Wellness: Decisions, Behavior & Prevention

What are lifestyle choices? What are acute and chronic problems? Which U.S. agencies are important for disease prevention? You'll find out about this and more in this lesson!

The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model

7. The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model

The Whole School, Whole Community, and Whole Child (WSCC) model is a comprehensive framework for addressing health and fitness in children. We will explore its main components and provide examples of how to implement them.

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