PBL Health

Hey #HealthEd teachers, here’s a link for all of the resources I shared in the PhysEdSummit and APPEC 2016 workshops.

For free PD, here’s a copy of the online presentation to take back to your department.

And a copy of the keynote as well: PhysEdSummit 2016: PBL with a Focus on Health and Wellness

Tip 1: Set the classroom up for interactive learning.

3 Tips for Designing a Healthy and Inviting Classroom

Tip 2: Know what type of project framework you’re going to use.

Buck Institute- bie.org

Tip 3: Keep your content current and relevant by knowing your students (and getting their input!).

12 Grab and Go Projects for Health

Tip 4: Hook students with a powerful ‘entry event’.

Cyberbullying Positive Prevention

Tip 5: Stay on top of student learning with check-ins along the way.

7 Reasons to Use Journaling in Your Classroom

Tip 6: Don’t go it alone… tap into your network for ideas and inspiration, or team up with other teachers on campus for cross-curricular learning!

4 Ideas for Cross-Curricular Learning

6 Online Resources for Planning a Health Curriculum

Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions!

amy@thehealthteacher.com

More hints and tips in the classroom...

PEACH 2016- Health

Click on the links below for more info, lesson plans, and project ideas! Google Doc for shared resources Tentative Agenda and Resources Welcome and Intros

Sleep Advocacy Posters

Did you know that 1/3 of all teenagers are sleep deprived? According to the National Sleep Foundation, You need at least 9 hours, and most

SXSW Resources

*Grade 8 Student Project Positive Prevention: A New Approach to Health Ed Weds. 3/9 1:30-3:30 (feel free to pop in at anytime!) Austin Convention Center

Body Image

We all know somebody who doesn’t see themselves the way that everyone else does. And we’ve all had days like that too. Information: Tips and