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Ch 25: MTLE Health: Health Education Programs

About This Chapter

When you are prepping for the MTLE Health exam, be sure to use our chapter on health education programs. It contains a lot of efficient resources, helping you use your time wisely when studying.

MTLE Health: Health Education Programs - Chapter Summary

Review what health education is and the current issues that currently surround it by using these lessons. Featuring a video format, they prepare you for MTLE Health test items on the following:

  • The importance of health care professional credentials
  • Issues that have an influence on health education curriculum
  • How school health education programs are developed
  • Ways to improve school health education programs
  • Interactions between businesses and communities
  • Tools used for collecting health data
  • Laws regarding health education programs
  • How to measure the efficacy of school health programs

After going through the engaging video lessons, use our lesson quizzes to see what health-related information you retained. If you miss any questions, use the video tags to return to the respective video segments for further review.

15 Lessons in Chapter 25: MTLE Health: Health Education Programs
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What is Health Education? - Definition, Topics & Role in Society

1. What is Health Education? - Definition, Topics & Role in Society

What is health education and what do health educators do? What is the history of this interesting field? This lesson defines health education and goes over many of its important facets.

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.

The Importance of Credentials for Health Care Professionals

3. The Importance of Credentials for Health Care Professionals

What is credentialing? Why bother with credentials? What is checked during a credentialing process in the health care field? This lesson answers these questions!

School Health Education Program: Plans & Investigation

4. School Health Education Program: Plans & Investigation

This lesson outlines several important steps involved in developing a school health education program, particularly: organization, planning, investigation, and communication.

School Health Education: Assessment, Vision & Resources

5. School Health Education: Assessment, Vision & Resources

This lesson covers several steps involved in successfully developing a school health education program. These include assessing the needs of the community, developing a mission statement, and evaluating the program's resources.

School Health Education: Curriculum & Professional Development

6. School Health Education: Curriculum & Professional Development

This lesson will focus on the curriculum-related aspects of developing a school health education program as well as the importance of professional development.

Strategies for Improving a School Health Education Program

7. Strategies for Improving a School Health Education Program

In this lesson, you're going to learn about a few local and national strategies that can improve a school health education program and thus a student's pertinent learning experience.

Business & the Community: Partnerships & Interactions

8. Business & the Community: Partnerships & Interactions

Businesses and communities depend on each other for support to create a flourishing, stable, and profitable society. In this lesson, you will learn about the interdependencies between companies and communities as well as their collaborative partnerships.

High School Health Class: Topics and Activities

9. High School Health Class: Topics and Activities

This exciting lesson will assist you in creating engaging health education lessons for high school students. Read on to learn about potential topics and activities for health education, as well as suggestions for making teaching uncomfortable topics less awkward.

Assessing the Efficacy of School Health Programs

10. Assessing the Efficacy of School Health Programs

Assessing the efficacy of a school health program on a regular basis is a critical component of ensuring that it meets the desired and stated goals in its plan and curriculum. This lesson covers some strategies related to assessing its efficacy.

Improving Health Education Program Outcomes

11. Improving Health Education Program Outcomes

If you find that your school's health education program isn't meeting its stated goals, what can you do? Perhaps the wrong approach to the program is being taken, and this lesson explains what one problem may be.

Gathering Health Data: Tools & Examples

12. Gathering Health Data: Tools & Examples

Health data is collected through different methods and is used to identify trends. In this lesson, we will learn about how health data is gathered and how it is used.

Health Education Programs: Laws, Policies & Ethics

13. Health Education Programs: Laws, Policies & Ethics

Successful health education programs should result in knowledgeable and skilled health professionals and an informed public. Learn about the standards required for successful health education.

The Role of Health Education Teachers & Students in the Community

14. The Role of Health Education Teachers & Students in the Community

What is health education? How are teachers involved in health education in the community? And how can students make a difference? You'll find out in this lesson.

The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model

15. 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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