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Welcome!!. Goal: - Provide an Update of PE/PA Requirements - Provide Update on HIV/STD/Teen Pregnancy Numbers - Provide opportunity for Teaching Strategies.

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1 Welcome!!

2 Goal: - Provide an Update of PE/PA Requirements - Provide Update on HIV/STD/Teen Pregnancy Numbers - Provide opportunity for Teaching Strategies Discussion - Examine National Health Education Standards – Arkansas Health Framework - Allow time for Curriculum Mapping Goal: - Provide an Update of PE/PA Requirements - Provide Update on HIV/STD/Teen Pregnancy Numbers - Provide opportunity for Teaching Strategies Discussion - Examine National Health Education Standards – Arkansas Health Framework - Allow time for Curriculum Mapping

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4 Jeopardy PE / PA

5 Percentage of students who reported ever having sexual intercourse. 54.9%

6 Percentage of students who ever had sexual intercourse.

7 Total Male Female Whi Blk Hisp Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

8 Percentage of students who ever had sexual intercourse. Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

9 Percentage of students who reported having sexual intercourse for the first time before age 13 years. 9.3%

10 Percentage of students who sexual intercourse for the first time before age 13 years Total Male Female Whi Blk Hisp Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

11 Percentage of students who had sexual intercourse for the first time before age 13 years. Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

12 Percentage of students who reported they were hit, slapped, physically hurt by their boyfriend or girlfriend during the past 12 months. 14.1%

13 Percentage of students who were hit, slapped, physically hurt by their boyfriend or girlfriend during the past 12 months.

14 Percentage of students who were hit, slapped, or physically hurt on purpose by their boyfriend or girlfriend during the past 12 months. Total Male Female Whi Blk Hisp Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

15 Percentage of students who were hit, slapped, or physically hurt on purpose by their boyfriend or girlfriend during the past 12 months. Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

16 Percentage of students who reported having been forced to have sexual intercourse 14%

17 Percentage of students ever been forced to have sexual intercourse.

18 Percentage of students who have been physically forced to have sexual intercourse when they did not want to. Total Male Female Whi Blk Hisp Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

19 Percentage of students who have ever been forced to have sexual intercourse when they did not want to. Arkansas YRBS National YRBS

20 - 56,000 NEW Cases of HIV Infection in 2007 - Previous estimates were 40,000 - CDC : 2008 – Journal of the American Medical Association - 56,000 NEW Cases of HIV Infection in 2007 - Previous estimates were 40,000 - CDC : 2008 – Journal of the American Medical Association

21 27% 73% Newly Reported Cases of HIV in U.S.

22 Newly reported Arkansas HIV Cases - 2007

23 2% Newly Reported Cases of HIV in U.S. 1%

24 Newly Reported Cases of HIV in Arkansas 2007

25 Newly Reported Cases of HIV in U.S. Age

26 Newly Reported Cases of HIV in Arkansas 2007 Age

27 Newly Reported Cases of HIV in U.S.

28 Newly Reported Cases of HIV in Arkansas 2007

29 Number of Teen Births by Race/Ethnicity StatisticArkansasMississippi Non-Hispanic White Girls Age 15-19, 20053,3862,485 Hispanic Girls Age 15-19, 2005592159 Non-Hispanic Black Girls Age 15-19, 20051,5893,693 Native American Girls Age 15-19, 20053057 Asian/Pacific Islander Girls Age 15-19, 20053014

30 Proportion of Teen Births by Race/Ethnicity StatisticArkansasMississippi Non-Hispanic Whites60 %39 % Hispanics10%2% Non-Hispanic Blacks28 %58 % Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Health Statistics. VitalStats.

31 Subsequent Teen Births StatisticArkansas Mississippi First Births 4,3925,006 Subsequent Births1,245 1,402 28%

32 Nonmarital Teen Births by Race/Ethnicity StatisticArkansasMississippi Non-Hispanic Whites69 %67 % Hispanics66%71% Non-Hispanic Blacks96 %98 % Native Americans60%88% Asian/Pacific Islanders73 %71 %

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34 How do you learn Best?

35 Visual Auditory Kinesthetic - Tactile Visual Auditory Kinesthetic - Tactile

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37 Name the fruit in the correct order.

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39 Name the items in the correct order

40 Which group was easier to remember? Why? Which group was easier to remember? Why?

41 Sharp Thread Pin Syringe Haystack Eye Button Knitting Injections Points Hurt Thimble Pain Sewing

42 Giving Time Limits: - Causes brain to send signals that interferes with learning. - Stress - Breaks Concentration Giving Time Limits: - Causes brain to send signals that interferes with learning. - Stress - Breaks Concentration

43 Right Brain Random Intuitive Holistic Synthesizing Subjective Looks at wholes Right Brain Random Intuitive Holistic Synthesizing Subjective Looks at wholes Left Brain Logical Sequential Rational Analytical Objective Looks at parts Left Brain Logical Sequential Rational Analytical Objective Looks at parts

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46 Memory Game answers: 1. The curtains were red. 2. Four shoes were displayed in the window 3. Two spools of thread were on the table. 4. The girl elf was hammering nails. 5. The bench cushion was red. 6. The boy elf's hair was blue. 7. The lamp shade was green. 8. There was a picture of a blue shoe on the wall. 9. Two people were behind the curtain. 10. You could see the night sky outside the window: the moon and stars. Memory Game answers: 1. The curtains were red. 2. Four shoes were displayed in the window 3. Two spools of thread were on the table. 4. The girl elf was hammering nails. 5. The bench cushion was red. 6. The boy elf's hair was blue. 7. The lamp shade was green. 8. There was a picture of a blue shoe on the wall. 9. Two people were behind the curtain. 10. You could see the night sky outside the window: the moon and stars.

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48 If you see the lady turning clockwise you are using your right brain. If you see it the other way, you are using left brain. Some people do see both ways, but most people see it only one way. If you see the lady turning clockwise you are using your right brain. If you see it the other way, you are using left brain. Some people do see both ways, but most people see it only one way.

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50 Doctors have concluded that, if you find the man in 3 seconds, then the Right half of your brain is better developed than most people. If you find the man between 3 seconds and one minute, then your right Half of the brain is developed normally. If you find the man between one minute and 3 minutes, then the right Half of your brain is functioning slowly and you need to Eat more protein. If you have not found the man after 3 minutes, the right half of your brain is a mess, and the only advice is to look for more of these types of exercises to make that part of the brain stronger. The man is really there. Keep looking! Doctors have concluded that, if you find the man in 3 seconds, then the Right half of your brain is better developed than most people. If you find the man between 3 seconds and one minute, then your right Half of the brain is developed normally. If you find the man between one minute and 3 minutes, then the right Half of your brain is functioning slowly and you need to Eat more protein. If you have not found the man after 3 minutes, the right half of your brain is a mess, and the only advice is to look for more of these types of exercises to make that part of the brain stronger. The man is really there. Keep looking!

51 Global Learner - need to see the big picture, and doesn't worry a lot about details “It is what it is.” Analytical Learner - very detail- oriented and remembers specific facts about things “It is not always as it seems” Global Learner - need to see the big picture, and doesn't worry a lot about details “It is what it is.” Analytical Learner - very detail- oriented and remembers specific facts about things “It is not always as it seems”

52 Underachievers: Have poor auditory memory. They learn best visually. Want to do well but are hampered by their inability to remember facts through lecture, discussion or reading. Learn differently than high achievers and the gifted, but they also learn differently from one another. Underachievers: Have poor auditory memory. They learn best visually. Want to do well but are hampered by their inability to remember facts through lecture, discussion or reading. Learn differently than high achievers and the gifted, but they also learn differently from one another.

53 Academically at risk students need: Frequent opportunities for mobility a variety of instructional resources, environments and sociological groupings rather than patterns and routines Early morning is not best time for learning Informal, comfortable seating works best Soft illumination – bright light can escalate hyperactivity Academically at risk students need: Frequent opportunities for mobility a variety of instructional resources, environments and sociological groupings rather than patterns and routines Early morning is not best time for learning Informal, comfortable seating works best Soft illumination – bright light can escalate hyperactivity

54 What does YOUR classroom look like? Do you primarily lecture?

55 Do you facilitate student learning?

56 FACT: 17% of young people feel that nobody notices them at home or at school. They are more likely to be victims of violence. FACT: 17% of young people feel that nobody notices them at home or at school. They are more likely to be victims of violence.

57 Activity

58 Health Education Standard 1

59 Health Education Standards 2-8 Skills

60 Is it Balanced?

61 Activity: 1) Look at National Health Education Standards 2) Look at State Health Education Framework 3) How are they aligned? 4) What are the differences? Activity: 1) Look at National Health Education Standards 2) Look at State Health Education Framework 3) How are they aligned? 4) What are the differences?

62 Test Grades - Instruction - Unit Questions - Worksheets - Activities - Instruction - Unit Questions - Worksheets - Activities “Old School” Way of Teaching

63 "Research supports the concept that most teachers teach the way they learn" (Stitt-Gohdes 2001, p. 136). "Research supports the concept that most teachers teach the way they learn" (Stitt-Gohdes 2001, p. 136).

64 Typically these teachers … are more content oriented and prefer to use more formal teaching methods, favoring less student involvement and more structured class activities. (Hayes and Allinson 1997; Pithers 2001) Typically these teachers … are more content oriented and prefer to use more formal teaching methods, favoring less student involvement and more structured class activities. (Hayes and Allinson 1997; Pithers 2001)

65 Pregnancy/STD/HIV Prevention Interpersonal Communication Accessing Information Decision Making Goal Setting Analyzing Influences Traditional Instruction

66 Accessing Information Alcohol Other Drugs Nutrition Tobacco Injury Prevention Safety Physical Activity Mental Health Community & Environmental Health Personal Consumer Health Organizing Instruction Around Skill Standards

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68 - Can students provide feedback that SHOWS their mastery of information learned as represented by the grade they earned? B = 86% Discussion: - How do you know when your students have learned the information? - How do you know your students KNOW what they learned?

69  How can I best facilitate learning?  Are students learning?  Was it worth learning?  What might I do next time to help students become more proficient?  What can I do or say to students to provide constructive feedback for improvement?  How can I best facilitate learning?  Are students learning?  Was it worth learning?  What might I do next time to help students become more proficient?  What can I do or say to students to provide constructive feedback for improvement? Questions to Ask Yourself

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71 AR Framework # 3 AR Framework # 6 AR Framework AR Framework # 4 AR Framework #4, #5, # 6 AR Framework # 4 AR Framework AR Framework # 1, #2, #5, #6, #7 Class Accessing Information (AI) Self Management (SM) Analyzing Influences (INF) Interpersonal Communication (IC) Decision Making (DM) Goal Setting (GS) Advocacy (AV) Core Concepts (CC) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

72 Kathleen Courtney Kathleen.courtney@arkansas.gov Kathleen.courtney@arkansas.gov Debby Woods debby.woods@arkansas.gov debby.woods@arkansas.gov


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