|Course Number:||EDU 5515 C42 (Graduate)|
|Dates and Times:||October 7 – December 8, 2019|
||2 Graduate Credits|
This online course is a comprehensive study and reflection of personal health and wellness with an emphasis on mental and emotional health, stress-management, physical activity, healthy aging, personal safety, and consumer health.
Audience: Primary audience is educators working towards a Vermont teaching endorsement for health education.
Course Goals: To prepare Vermont educators to demonstrate an understanding of personal health topics and be able to apply this knowledge to their own state of health as well as to the classroom.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Michael L. Teague; Sara L.C. Mackenzie; David M. Rosenthal. E-book version of Connect for Teague, Your Health Today: Choices in a Changing Society, 4e. McGraw-Hill Connect
A reading book of choice will be required to obtain either through purchase or library lending for a book report project. Additional course and reading materials will be provided at no charge to the participants to download through the online course.