Today’s Health Class

What makes an effective Health curriculum?

Check out this article from the CDC… it very clearly breaks down the characteristics of an up-to-date Health class, with an emphasis on skills rather than content.

So important, as it gives teachers the freedom to design their class with their specific student population in mind. This serves the students as they establish healthy habits, and encourages a culture of advocacy.

More hints and tips in the classroom...


Another fun session with the amazing crew at #PhysEdSummit! Here’s a video of the presentation if you missed it, and the link below will take you

SAS PXHS Health & Wellness

Article: What Students Have to Say About Skill-Based Health Education Slides: PXHS Student Health & Wellness SEL/Wellness Alignment Chart PK-12 Additional Resources: New York Times

Past Presentations

Presentations and Workshops:  Click on the green hyperlinks for resources or contact for more info. Positive Prevention: A New Approach to Health Ed SXSWEdu

UNIS Health

UNIS Weekend Workshop Agenda and Resources: Designing a Health & Wellness Program to Meet the Unique Needs of the International Student Friday, May 5th Morning Session