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ERIC Number: ED368679
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 979
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-56071-344-5
The Comprehensive Health Challenge: Promoting Health through Education. Volume One; Volume Two.
Cortese, Peter, Ed.; Middleton, Kathleen, Ed.
The 32 chapters in this book (presented in two volumes) cover a continuum of issues in comprehensive school health education, including a review of the past and a vision of the future. Volume 1 opens with a foreword by Dr. M. Jocelyn Elders (Surgeon General of the United States) and provides the following chapters: (1) "School Health Education: What Are the Possibilities?" (M. V. Hamburg); (2) "School Health Education Today: Highlights and Milestones" (A. E. Nolte); (3) "An Essential Strategy To Improve the Health and Education of Americans" (L. J. Kolbe); (4) "Planning for a Comprehensive School Health Program" (W. M. Kane); (5) "Instructional Planning for Health Education" (E. E. Ames); (6) "The Importance of a Healthy School Environment" (A. C. Henderson); (7) "School Health Services: Issues and Challenges" (D. D. Allensworth); (8) "Integrating School Counseling and Health Education Programs" (N. S. Perry); (9) "Health Promotion at the School Worksite" (J. C. Berryman); (10) "The Child Nutrition Program as a Partner in Comprehensive School Health" (P. Naworski); (11) "Personal and Social Skill Development Is Basic" (J. V. Fetro); (12) "Preventing Teenage Pregnancy: The Necessity for School and Community Collaboration" (M. L. Vincent, B. F. Geiger, and A. S. Willis); (13) "Tobacco Use Prevention" (N. Matza, R. Loya); (14) "Alcohol and Other Drug Use Prevention Education" (B. E. Pruitt); (15) "Nutrition Issues" (G. C. Frank); (16) "Educating About HIV/AIDS" (K. R. Miner); (17) "Injury Prevention" (D. A. Sleet); (18) "Physical Fitness: A Vital Component for Total Health and High-Level Wellness" (R. L. Papenfuss). In the second volume the chapters are: (19) "The Science Base for Comprehensive Health Education" (R. S. Gold); (20) "Program Evaluation Versus Research: More Differences Than Similarities" (D. C. Iverson); (21) "School Restructuring: How Is the Health Program Affected?" (E. H. Jones and others); (22) "Categorical Funding in a Comprehensive World" (K. M. Wilbur); (23) "Promoting Multicultural Sensitivity among Educators" (W. P. Buckner, Jr.); (24) "Involving Families in School Health Education: An Essential Partnership" (D. A. Birch); (25) "Peer Education: Students Helping Students" (B. J. Berkin); (26) "Dealing with Controversy in the School Health Program" (M. M. Van Patten); (27) "Preservice Education: Providing Health Knowledge for All Teachers" (J. W. Varnes); (28) "Why Is Inservice Training Essential?" (A. Burks); (29) "Professional Preparation" (J. C. Drolet); (30) "Credentialing: Assuring Quality in School Health Education (A. Tabu); (31) "Voluntary Health Organizations: The Untapped Resource" (J. R. Seffrin); and (32) "Community/School Partnerships: A Vision for the Future. (D. K. Siri). Appendixes include the National Education Goals, reports, and recommendations. (LL)
ETR Associates, P.O. Box 1830, Santa Cruz, CA 95061-1830.
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: ETR Associates, Santa Cruz, CA.