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1 Portugal Implementation Plan António Brito Avô Cristina Costa Gregória Amann Isabel Batista Maria João Gaspar

2 Background Education System LevelsGradesAge (Years) Students in Public Schools Students in Private Schools Students Total Pre-school ISCED 0 Pre-school3 to Basic Education ISCED 1 1st to 4th year 1st Cycle 6 to 9/ th to 6th year 2nd Cycle 10 to 11/ ISCED 2 7th to 9th year 3rd Cycle 12 to 14/ Secondary ISCED 3 10th to 12th year16 to Adapted from GEPE /2009

3 Background Installed Structure Education System More than public schools for basic education all over the country, organized in more than 900 local groups. Each of the groups of schools has a teacher responsible for the coordination of health education projects in basic schools (HEC: Health Education Coordinator). National Health Service 74 groups of Health Care Centers all over the country. Each Health Care Center develops a national school health program and has a School Health Coordinator (SHC: School Health Coordinator).

4 ImplementationPlan Ministry of Education Ministry of Health Groups of Schools HEC and Science Teachers Directorate General of Health Science Curriculum Extra curricular HE Project School Health Project Directorate General of Innovation and Curricular Development Health Centers SHC Regional Health Administrations RSHC - RICC Regional Education Directorates

5 HowWho Proposed coverage Included in the National Curriculum of Science (Basic Education): 6th year – Junior Pack 9th year – Senior Pack Science Teachers 10 % of the schools Extracurricular Health Education Project 6th year – Junior Pack 9th year – Senior Pack Health Education Coordinators and School Health Teams 25% of the schools School Health Campaigns Using e-Bug sections: Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Hygiene School Health Teams 35% of the schools Implementation Plan 2009/10

6 Launching Session of e-Bug to invited Stakeholders Launching Session of e-Bug to invited Stakeholders September 11, 2009 Gulbenkian Foundation Auditorium Lisbon, Portugal invited stakeholders from allover country (online registration) - From Ministry of Health: SHC and RSHC, RICC - From Ministry of Education; HEC, Science Teachers, School Directors and Regional Coordinators - Program includes presentation of e-Bug and Implementation Plan - Packs will be distributed to all invited participants - Participants will be invited to register as e-Bug users Implementation Plan 2009/10

7 Local Implementation will be supported all over the country by a Moodle Platform (e-learning platform from DGIDC/ME for health education projects): 1. A discipline called e-Bug has been created in the platform. 2. Teachers must register themselves as e-Bug users and will be able to: - exchange experiences on-line with other registered teachers - get on-line support from the e-Bug Portuguese team and from local and regional coordinators Implementation Plan 2009/10

8 Evaluation Questionnaire In July 2010, e-Bug users must answer a small evaluation questionnaire on: - Strengths and weaknesses of e-Bug - Added value of e-Bug to teachers and pupils - Proposed corrections and suggestions Implementation Plan 2009/10


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