NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar. Les Spell Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant NCDPI April 3, 2012 3:30 – 5:00 PM. TIPS. Chat box/Question box Participants will be muted during the webinar unless presenting Please use the chat box or question box Questions/Answers
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NC Healthful Living Leaders Webinar
Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant
April 3, 2012
3:30 – 5:00 PM
Health/Physical Education/Athletics Consultant, NCDPI
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3. DPI Update
4. Next Steps
What did we learn about the current state of Healthful Living Education across North Carolina?
Using Newspapers to Teach
Healthful Living Education
THE WORLD’S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER
- Since 1879
Newspapers Are Filled With Health Messages
Newspapers can be a helpful tool when teaching health content and literacy skills. Using newspapers is a great way to infuse current and in many cases local health issues and topics into your instruction.
Click here to find information related to ordering newspapers for educational purposes in NC schools. It is important to note that newspapers can be accessed in print and online now for classroom use.
It will be important to become familiar with the newspaper you intend to use so that you know which day of the week is most likely to contain health topics. Is there a Health section that runs on certain days of the week? Most newspapers include Food sections and grocery flyers as a part of the Wednesday paper which creates endless possibilities for integrating nutrition education. Advice columns may be limited to one day a week which might include health topics as well.
1.What are the big ideas or concepts you will take back from your content sessions?
2.How does this content area prepare students to be future ready?
3.How does this area connect to other content areas?
4.What are the implications for meeting the needs of all learners as related to this content area?
Summer Institute 3
July 12-13, 2012
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Summer Institute 5
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JH Rose High School
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Summer Institute 4
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Croatan High School
Summer Institute 1
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Summer Institute 6
July 24-25, 2012
SanLee Middle School
Health Policies to Rules
HIV Funding Cuts
Healthy Schools Institute @ UNCW June 18-20
Spring PELT April 12th – 14th in Black Mountain
National Physical Education Institute July 30th – August 3rd in Asheville
Middle/Junior High School Athletics Manual
NCHSAA & NCDPI Collaboration Efforts
3:30 – 5:00
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