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Health Education: Creating Strategies for School & Community Health

Vörumerki: Jones & Bartlett
Vörunúmer: 9781284076547
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Health Education: Creating Strategies for School & Community Health

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Brief Contents
  • Contents
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Authors
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • Process of Health Education
    • History of Health Education
    • Goals of the Text
    • Format of the Text
      • Competencies
      • Use of Competencies in the Text
      • Methodologies
    • Method Selection Components
    • Objectives
    • Case Studies
      • Example of Case Study
      • Example of Case Study Revisited
    • Summary, Practice Exercises, and References
    • Glossary
    • Proverbs
  • Chapter 2 Planning for Instruction
    • Program Planning
    • Target Population
      • Demographics
      • Statistics
    • Focus Groups
    • The Goal–Objectives–Performance Indicators Link for Evaluation
    • Writing General Goals
      • Goals for Healthy People
    • Narrowing Goals to Measurable Objectives
    • Why Use Objectives?
    • Issues in Setting Objectives and Selecting Interventions/Methods
    • Process Objectives
    • Writing Outcome/Impact Objectives
    • Writing Self-Contained Outcome/Impact Objectives
      • Correcting Errors
      • ABCD&E Formula for Writing Objectives
      • Educational Domains
    • Other Objective-Writing Formats
    • Suggested Recipe for Writing Health Education Outcome/Impact Objectives
    • Objective-Writing Exercises
      • Common Mistakes in Objective Selection
    • National Health Objectives
    • Ethical Considerations
      • Ethics as Part of Planning
      • Human Subjects Review
      • Ethical Obligations to Employer
  • Chapter 3 Contextual Considerations for Behavior Change: Intervention and Method Selection
    • Objectives as Drivers of Selection
    • Health Education Theories and Models
      • Constructs, Theories, and Models
    • PRECEDE-PROCEED Model
    • Theory/Model Selection
    • Theoretical Perspectives
    • Theories from a Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective
      • Health Belief Model
      • Transtheoretical Model
      • Theory of Planned Behavior
      • Social Cognitive Theory
    • Theories from a Community-Level Perspective
      • Change Strategies
    • Using Theories and Planning Models
    • Educational Principles
      • Principles Related to Motivation
      • Principles Related to Needs and Abilities
      • Principles Related to the General Nature of Learning
      • Characteristics of Learner and Community
      • Principles Related to Adult Learners
      • Learning Preferences
      • Group Size
      • Contact Time
      • Budget
      • Resources/Site
      • Characteristics of the Educational Provider
      • Cultural Appropriateness
      • Using a Variety of Methods
      • Some Comments on Method Choice
    • The Learning Environment
      • Noise Levels
      • Seating Arrangements
    • Using the Total Environment
    • Packaging the Total Intervention Strategy
      • Common Mistakes in Method Selection
      • Principles of Engagement
  • Chapter 4 Methods of Instruction and Intervention
    • Using Methods as a Framework
    • Method/Intervention 1: Getting Acquainted (Icebreakers)
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: The Name Game
      • Example 2: Get It Off My Back
      • Example 3: Special Name Tags
      • Example 4: Snowball!
      • Other Examples
    • Method/Intervention 2: Audio
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Interviews with Experts
      • Example 2: Self-Interview
      • Example 3: Development of Skills
    • Method/Intervention 3: Audiovisual Materials
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 4: Brainstorming
      • Rules
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Sample Operational Procedures
      • Assumptions
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 5: Case Studies
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Case Study of Diabetes Prevention Program in Charlotte, North Carolina
      • Example 2: Case Study of Problem Pregnancy Prevention Program in Raleigh, North Carolina
      • Example 3: Case Study of AIDS Prevention Program in Washington, DC
    • Method/Intervention 6: Cooperative Learning and Group Work
      • When to Use
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation of Group Work (Wehrli & Nyquist, 2003)
      • Tips for Effective Implementation of Cooperative Learning (Kagen, 1999)
      • Other Tips
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 7: Debates
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 8: Displays and Bulletin Boards
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
    • Method/Intervention 9: Educational Games
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Football Game
      • Example 2: Baseball Game
      • Example 3: Hollywood Squares
      • Example 4: Health Bingo
      • Example 5: Educational Relay
    • Method/Intervention 10: Experiments and Demonstrations
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Fish Tank Ecology Demonstration
      • Example 2: Smoking Experiment (Accumulation of Tar 1)
      • Example 3: Smoking Experiment (Accumulation of Tar 2)
      • Other Examples
    • Method/Intervention 11: Field Trips
      • When to Use
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Health Museums or Health Education Centers
      • Other Examples
    • Method/Intervention 12: Guest Speakers
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example: Eating Disorders Unit
    • Method/Intervention 13: Guided Imagery and Visualization
      • When to Use
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 14: Humor
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 15: Lecture
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
    • Method/Intervention 16: Mass Media
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Example: Local Media Campaign
    • Method/Intervention 17: Models
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 18: Music
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 19: Newsletters
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
    • Method/Intervention 20: Panels
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Supplements
      • Example 2: Teenage Pregnancy
    • Method/Intervention 21: Peer Education
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example: Alcohol Abuse, Sexuality, and Stress Management Programs
    • Method/Intervention 22: Personal Improvement Projects
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation (Wehrli & Nyquist, 2003)
      • Examples
      • Example: Personal Improvement Project for Weight Loss
    • Method/Intervention 23: Problem Solving
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 24: Puppets
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 25: Role-Plays
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 1: Violence Prevention
      • Example 2: Sexuality Education
      • Example 3: Effective Communication (with Role-Play Assessment)
      • Example 4: Ecology Social Responsibility
      • Example 5: Group Role-Play: Elective Surgery
    • Method/Intervention 26: Self-Appraisals
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 27: Service Learning
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example: Big Event
      • Other Examples
    • Method/Intervention 28: Simulations
      • Rationale
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Method/Intervention 29: Storytelling
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation (Bishop & Kimball, 2006)
      • Example 1: Blood Circulation—The Story of the Red Blood Cell’s Journey through the Heart
      • Example 2: Poetry and Decision-Making Story
    • Method/Intervention 30: Technology-Assisted Instruction
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • General Examples
      • Example 1: Photo Voice Using Digital Cameras
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example 2: Exploring Apps in Health1
    • Method/Intervention 31: Theater
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Example: Sample Script, “The Babysitter’s Dilemma”
    • Method/Intervention 32: Value Clarification
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Rules
      • Example: Health Education Decision
    • Method/Intervention 33: Word Games and Puzzles
      • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Tips for Effective Implementation
      • Examples
    • Promising Methods by Topic
      • Drug Education
      • Human Sexuality
      • Environmental Health
      • Consumer Health/Nutrition
      • First Aid
  • Chapter 5 Presentation and Unit Plan Devel Opment
    • Fundamental Principles
    • Planning the Intervention
    • Unit Plans
      • Reinventing the Wheel
      • Noteworthy Use of Your Tax Dollars
    • Unit Construction Guidelines
      • Overview
      • Statement of Purpose
      • Long-Range Goals, General Objectives, or Key Concepts
      • Behavioral Objectives
      • Outline of Content
      • Methods/Strategies/Learning Opportunities
      • List of Materials
      • Evaluation Activities
      • List of Available Resources and Materials
      • Block Plan
    • Lesson/Presentation Plans
    • Elements of a Simple Lesson/Presentation Plan
      • Background
      • Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Developmental Section
      • Conclusion
      • Anticipated Problems
      • Evaluation
    • Lesson Plan Example
      • Lesson/Presentation Plan
      • Objectives
      • Introduction
      • Developmental Section
      • Conclusion
      • Anticipated Problems
      • Evaluation
      • Supplemental Material to Support the Developmental Section
  • Chapter 6 Technology and Health Education
    • Caveat Emptor
    • The Feds Strike Back!
    • Evaluating Internet Sites
    • Correctly Citing Internet Sources
    • Public Domain in Health Education
    • Technology in Health Education
    • Distance Learning and Health Education
      • Internet Media and Forums
      • Forums
    • Finding Colleagues
    • Smartphones and Health Monitoring
  • Chapter 7 Use of Media in Health Education: Literacy, Selection, Marketing, Development, and Equipment
    • Media Literacy
      • Resources
    • Selecting and Evaluating Media
      • Media Objectives
      • Level
      • Language
      • Content
      • Culture/Ethnicity
      • Time/Duration of Media
      • Cost
      • Interest Level
      • Production Quality
      • Evaluation
      • Availability
      • Format
      • Approval
    • Media Development
      • Objectives
      • Present Resources
      • Format
      • Expertise
      • Cost
      • Financing
      • Marketing
      • Production Quality
      • Evaluation
    • Major Types of Media Equipment
      • DVDs
      • Document Cameras
      • Interactive Whiteboards
      • Presentation Software
      • Audience Response Systems
      • Personal Computers
      • Tablet Computers
    • The Dinosaur Section
    • Preparing Visual Materials
      • Concept 1: Avoid Text-Heavy Slides
      • Concept 2: One Concept per Slide
      • Concept 3: Use Neutral Templates
      • Concept 4: Avoid Irrelevant Graphics, Images, and Silly Clip Art
      • Concept 5: Use Candid (Unstaged) Photographs
      • Concept 6: Use Subtle and Classic Loud and Soft Principles to Highlight Text
      • Concept 7: Use Smart Animations to Show Relationships or to Highlight Key Points
    • Marketing Interventions
    • Preparing Promotional Materials
  • Chapter 8 Health Disparities
    • Changing Demographics in the United States
    • Should We Study Health Disparities?
    • Eliminating Disparities in Health
    • Social Determinants of Health
    • Health Literacy
      • Guidelines for Developing Materials for Health Literacy
    • Cultural Competency
    • Tuskegee: A Legacy of Doubt
      • Tuskegee Postscript
    • Institutional Review Boards
    • Suggested Health Promotion Strategies for Diverse Cultures
      • Strengthening the Individual
      • Strengthening the Community
      • Reducing Barriers
    • Ethnicity and the Health Educator
  • Chapter 9 Special Challenges
    • Exceptional Populations
      • Categories of Exceptional Children
    • Visually Impaired
      • Learning Aids and Material for the Visually Impaired
      • Assisting the Partially Sighted
    • Learning Disabled
      • Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
      • Teaching Participants with Learning Disabilities
    • Deafness
      • Deaf Culture
      • If I Speak in a Clear Manner, Can’t They Read Lips?
      • Couldn’t I Take a Quick Course in Sign Language?
      • Sources of Information
      • Teaching Methods and Strategies
      • Communication Tips
  • Chapter 10 Controversial Topics: Sexuality Education … and More
    • Other Potentially Controversial Topics
      • Childhood Obesity
      • Cigarette Smoking
      • Immunization
      • Motorcycle and Bicycle Helmet Use
    • Evolution of Sex and Drug Education
    • Justification of Program Development
      • Sexual Behavior
      • The Bad News
    • Abstinence Versus Responsibility
    • Europe … a Different Approach
    • Developing Goals and Objectives for Sexuality Education
    • Opposition to Sexuality Education
      • Majority or Minority?
      • Common Opposition Arguments
    • Avoiding Trouble in Sexuality Education
      • Inadequate Knowledge and Background
      • Unrealistic Curriculum Goals and Objectives
      • Not Being Prepared to Defend the Program
      • Inappropriate Materials or Assignments
      • Using Materials Without Preview
      • Inappropriate Guest Speakers
      • Personal Bias in Teaching
      • Using Slang
      • Sharing Personal Sexual Experiences
      • Behind Closed Doors
      • Assumptions to Avoid
      • Summary
    • Establishing a Curriculum or Program in a Controversial Area
      • Writing Committee
      • Advisory Committee
    • Characteristics of Effective Sexuality and HIV Education Programs
    • Political Correctness and the Health Educator
  • Appendix: Resources
    • Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession
      • Preamble
    • Article I: Responsibility to the Public
    • Article II: Responsibility to the Profession
    • Article III: Responsibility to Employers
    • Article IV: Responsibility in the Delivery of Health Education
    • Article V: Responsibility in Research and Evaluation
    • Article VI: Responsibility in Professional Preparation
  • Glossary
  • Index

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