The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools supports the good health of children and adolescents by working with parents, teachers, health professionals and school administrators to strengthen successful health programs at school.This web site combines information on key school health issues with guidance on organizational and financing challenges. High-quality school health programs are the most direct, efficient ways to assure that all children get the help they need to lead healthy and productive lives.
The limited series of podcasts including downloadable documents are meant for teachers teaching internally displaced learners 13 to 19 years of age. The modules titled Education and Employment, Health and Wellness, Preserving Environment and Self-employment make the teachers aware of skills in demand, employment avenues, and strategies that can be adopted by teachers. You can listen to the episodes on OER Commons, Spotify, Apple, Google, and Stitcher.
Students will analyze a photograph to learn about body image. They will also discuss how society views the human body in different cultures.
How many calories are in your favorite foods? How much exercise would you have to do to burn off these calories? What is the relationship between calories and weight? Explore these issues by choosing diet and exercise and keeping an eye on your weight.
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Schendt, Taylor. “Healthy Habits.” After school club lesson plans. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2019.
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This page provides access to resources related to supporting the sexual and reproductive health and wellness of youth in foster care, with paricular emphasis on youth served by human services agencies in the state of California.
This resource provides access to videos produced and/or used by the Northern California Training Academy to support training for child welfare practitioners. To learn more about the Academy, please visit humanservices.ucdavis.edu/academy.
For writing center and writing program scholars, administrators, and practitioners hungry for changing how we labor and how we teach writing, this book details several interventions, pedagogies, and programmatic approaches that place wellness, vulnerability, and anti-racist community care at the forefront of our work. For practitioners outside of the United States, I hope that this book generates meaningful conversations about wellness challenges and care opportunities and leads to interventions that are culturally-specific and site-specific. Of course, as I have detailed in my other work on wellness and labor, the pandemic has given new urgency to these conversations and has upped their stakes. This book, then, is an artifact of a pre-pandemic world. While subsequent revisions have woven in pandemic-specific reflections and information, we are still sorting through the wreckage of a harrowing year. In years to come, I hope that we will look back on this period of uncertainty and fear, and process how the pandemic reshaped us: our work, our tutoring and teaching practices, our attitudes about our institutions, our profession, our programmatic goals. I also hope we examine what the pandemic failed to reshape and the many aspects of the academy that the pandemic adversely shaped.
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