Caribbean Health and Family Life Education

Teacher training program to provide the Caribbean community with standardized materials for in-country training
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  • Lectures 49
  • Contents Video: 2.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 2/2014 English

Course Description

This online course on Health Family Life and Education is a teacher-training program to provide the Caribbean Community with standardized teaching materials for in-country teacher training. It is based on a Regional Coordinator’s Training Manual.

The course can be delivered to teachers by a facilitator/coordinator over a period of 20 days.The sessions are designed to increase teachers’ knowledge and skills for implementing life skills education, and, specifically, lessons in the Health Curriculum.

The materials, resources and teaching methods for trainers provide strategies for establishing a respectful classroom atmosphere when teaching life skills.

This includes lesson plans for the four themes in HFLE Common Curriculum: Self and interpersonal relationships, sexuality and sexual health, appropriate eating and fitness, and managing the environment.

Each section is designed to support coordinators in teaching teachers to teach the HFLE curriculum. It provides exercises and activities to be followed according to a timed schedule.

What are the requirements?

  • Access to the internet to download or view the course

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Provide teachers and regional coordinators with the resources necessary to facilitate HFLE trainings

What is the target audience?

  • Caribbean teachers, trainers, and community leaders who help facilitate Health Family Life Education courses

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction & Session 1
About the Course
11:00
Course Introduction
01:25
Session 1 Introduction
01:40
Activity 1A: “What Do I Bring to my Classroom?”
02:24
Activity 1B: "“The Decisions We Make and Why”"
04:21
Activity 1C: “What to Do If…”
02:31
Section 2: Session 2
Session 2 Introduction
02:03
Activity 2A + 2B: “HFLE and our Community” + "Regional Standard & Core Outcomes"
02:55
Section 3: Session 3
Session 3 Introduction
02:52
Activity 3A: “What is Life Skills Education?”
02:25
Activity 3B:“Theories Supporting Life Skills Education and Translating Theories"
04:11
Activity 3C: “Types and Categories of Life Skills”
03:53
Activity 3D: “Using Life Skills to Promote Positive Health Behaviours”
02:37
Activity 3E: “Translating Skills into Specific Steps”
02:03
Section 4: Session 4
Session 4 Introduction
03:52
Activity 4A: “Overview of Interactive Teaching Methods”
02:14
Activity 4B: “Reasons for Using Interactive Teaching Methods”
02:32
Activity 4C:“Establishing Classroom Rules and a Respectful Learning Environment"
03:34
Activity 4D: “Sample Lesson - Critiquing and Giving Feedback”
03:57
Activity 4E: “Creating an Interactive Activity and Practice of Teaching Skills”
02:11
Section 5: Session 5
Session 5 Introduction
02:11
Activity 5A: “What are Alternative Assessment Methods?”
03:49
Activity 5B: “Creating and Using Performance Tasks & Rubrics for Assessment”
05:56
Activity 5C: "Creating and Using HFLE Student Portfolios"
03:45
Section 6: Session 6
Session 6 Introduction
01:53
Activity 6A: "Intro Activity: Folding Paper and Web"
01:44
Activity 6B:  "Unmasking Self"
01:48
Activity 6C:  "Who Am I?"
01:11
Activity 6D: "Reflection: Journaling Exercise"
00:44
Activity 6E: "Lesson Practice: Facilitator"
01:42
Activity 6F: "Review and Preparation of Lessons"
03:46
Section 7: Session 7
Session 7 Introduction
01:33
Activity 7A: What Does Sexuality Mean to Me – Exploring the issues of Sexuality
00:30
Activity 7B: Implications for Teaching & Trainer-facilitated Lesson
02:05
Activity 7C: Lesson Preparation & Trainer-facilitated Lesson
02:32
Activity 7D: Peer critiquing of video-taped sessions and lesson plans
00:40
Section 8: Session 8
Session 8 Introduction
01:23
Activity 8A: Self Exploration
01:11
Activity 8B: Discussion and Debate & Trainer-facilitated lesson
04:09
Activity 8C: Lesson Preparation
01:28
Activity 8D: Peer critiquing of video-taped sessions and lesson plans
00:40
Section 9: Session 9
Session 9 Introduction
02:54
Activities 9A, 9B, & 9C
07:29
Section 10: Session 10
Part 1
03:14
Part 2: Developing Modules, Units, and Lessons
05:51
Part 3: Steps for Guiding the Process
02:52
Section 11: Resources and Materials
Tips for Teachers Using Interactive Teaching Methods
03:56
Tips on Giving Feedback
03:17
Tips on Encouraging Discussion
04:11

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