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Identify the three levels of prevention with examples.
- 1. Primary, prevent or delay injury or illness. Stretching or vaccines.
- 2. Secondary, early dection. Lice checks and hearing checks.
- 3. Tertiary,treatment and re-education.
What level of prevention will you your work primarily focus on as an elementary educator?
What is the relationship of risk behaviors in youth to behavior in adulthood?
Lead to lifelong health risks that can cause problems such as smoking causes lung cancer or unprotected sex can cause STI's or unplanned pregnancies.
Give an example of 2 health risk behaviors that are often interrelated.
insufficient physical activity can lead to dietary patterns and both lead to obesity.
What is the YRBS?
Youth Risk Behavior Survey
How might the YRBS be useful to you as an educator?
Shows trends in what students are doing and how many are doing what risky behaviors.
How does the Add study differ from the YRBS?
Add was done one time.
Where can you find current data about health risk behaviors in Oregon youth?
Oregon Healthy Teens and Student Wellness Suvey of Oregon
What is meant by Coordinated School Health Program (CSHP)?
an organized set of policies, procedure and activities designed to protect, promote and improve the health and well-being of students and staff, this improving student's ability to learn.
What are the 8 basic components of a CSHP?
- 1. Health Education
- 2. Physical Education
- 3. Family and Community Improvement
- 4. Health Promotion for Staff
- 5. Healthy School Environment
- 6. Nutrition Services
- 7. Counseling Psychological and Social Services
- 8. Health Services
What is health literacy?
The capacity to obtain, interpret, and understand basic health information and services and the competence to use information and services in ways that are health enhancing.
How has the paradigm changed in the delivery of Health Education?
- it is left out of most common core subjects but is needed to improve academics.
- Moving away from just knowing material to more skill based.
Students will (blank)concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.
Students will (blank) the influence of family,peers,culture,media, technology and other factors on health behaviors.
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) valid information and products and services to enhance health.
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and to avoid or reduce health risks.
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) decision-making skills to enhance health.
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) goal-setting sills to enhance health.
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks
Students will demonstrate the ability to (blank) for personal, family, and community health.
What is Bloom's taxonomy and why is it important?
- Identifies levels of processing for
- complete learning experiences (cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains)
When and how might you use Bloom's taxonomy when planning teaching lessons?
When trying to decide how difficult a lesson needs to be based on the population in your class and deepening on the content in your lesson.
What are the 5 guidelines to writing student objectives?
Why are student objectives or learning outcomes important?
They guide your planning for the lesson and assessment
What are the major components of a well-constructed lesson?
its relevant to students, your assessment is valid and works with your content.
How does a holistic rubric differ from a from an analytic rubric?
a holistic grades something using 1 criteria while an analytic breaks it down in to sections and can be graded more precisely.
What is the role of school nurses?
- -Provide emergency care for injuries and illness.
- -Administer medications to students
- -Control of communicable diseases
- -Participate as a health team specialist on the child education evaluation team to develop individual education plan
What is a school-based health center?
- Location on a school campus where students can go comprehensive preventive and primary care services.
- Do not need health insurance to get services. Some services students may receive....
- -physical exams
- -prescribing medications
- dental and blood pressure screenings
What is an IEP?
Individual education plan for students who need accommodations to be in the least restrictive environment to receive their education. The role of a regular education teacher is vital since they will be giving the main instruction to the student and will need to know and understand medical needs and accommodations student will need in order to be successful in their education.
What are the guiding principles for administration of medications to students in school settings and why is it so important?
- Must have a written order from family dr that has dosage time purpose time and side effects (it should say this all on the original container which it must be in anyway)
- Must be delivered by a parent
- Administered by nurse or administer unless other wise arranged
- Keep records
- keep meds secure
- emergence plans for emergency meds