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All of the content in the HealthCurriculum.org database is carefully correlated to the national and state standards. Select your state to see the standards key.

Our activity sheets address all National and State Health Education Standards, helping students:

  • Comprehend concepts relating to health promotion and disease prevention
  • Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, and technology
  • Demonstrate the ability to access valid health information
  • Demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills
  • Demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors
  • Demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health

Let’s take a look at work flow from start to finish, including: creating classes, building custom lesson plans, assigning lessons and assessments, tracking progress, and grading student work.

 

Step 1

Create one or more “virtual” classes. Then add students individually or import an entire group from an ¬†Excel file. Assign specific students to specific classes. Each student receives his/her own account. Click the “Create Class” link to the left for an overview. Click the tab above labeled “Classes” for in depth details.

Step 2

Build your own lessons or use one of our pre-built lesson plans. Resources include activity sheets, poster maker, fact sheets, ebooks, videos and audios. Choose from 100’s of items. Include personal notes. Assign the lesson to your students with a click of a button. Click the “Create Lesson” link to the left for an overview. Click the tab above labeled “Lessons” for in depth details.

Step 3

Create your own assessments or use our pre-built ones. Assign the assessment to your students with the click of a button. Click the “Optional Assessment” link to the left for an overview. Click the tab above labeled “Assessments” for in depth details.
When your satisfied with your lesson plan, assign it to one or more classes. Click the “Assign to Class” link to the left for an overview.

Step 4

When your satisfied with your lesson plan, assign it to one or more classes. Click the “Assign to Class” link to the left for an overview.

Step 5

View submitted assessments, assign grades and provide feedback. Healthcurriculum.org will help you grade multiple-choice and true/false questions! Click the “Grade Online” link to the left for an overview. Click the tab above labeled “Student Progress” for in depth details.