ERIC Number: ED073557
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: 0
Course Goals in Health Education, Grades K-12. Critique Draft.
Multnomah County Intermediate Education District, Portland, OR.
This document on course goals in health education is one part of a critique series of eight documents dealing with the development and evaluation of course goals in six subject matter areas for grades K-12. The series provides an initial pool of course-level goals that are expected to be of considerable value in assisting educators with goal definition related to curriculum planning and development, instruction, evaluation, and accountability. Course goals in health education are organized according to four broad subject matter areas: mental health, physical health, community health, and safe living. Mental health goals include goals in the area of values, determinants of mental health, behavior, drug use, and interpersonal relationships. Physical health goals are divided into goals on personal care, growth and development and individual differences, nutrition, dental health, physical fitness, and health products and services. Community health goals include goals in environmental health, community resources, health careers, and regulations. Safe living goals cover accident prevention and safety goals at home, in school, on the job, and in the community. Related documents are EA 004 941-946, EA 004 948, and ED 061 043. (Author/DN)
Descriptors: Accountability, Allied Health Occupations Education, Course Objectives, Curriculum Development, Development, Drug Education, Educational Objectives, Health, Health Education, Mental Health, Nutrition Instruction, Physical Health, Pollution, Public Schools, Safety Education
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Publication Type: N/A
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Sponsor: Oregon State Board of Education, Salem.; National Center for Educational Research and Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC. Regional Research Program.
Authoring Institution: Multnomah County Intermediate Education District, Portland, OR.
Note: Tri-County Goal Development Project