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Raising the Standards: A Skills-based Approach to Health Education – February 21-22, 2011, in White River, SD. The training is designed to provide teachers specific competencies and skills to transform traditional Health Education lessons into engaging, 21st Century Skills-based lessons, and to use assessment as motivation for learning as well as assessment of learning. Elementary, middle school and high school teachers responsible for health education in their school districts are encouraged to attend.
See the training flyer for detailed information.
To register for the training, click here.

Using Literature to Teach Health - Coordinated School Health will be hosting training on March 14-15, 2011 in Huron, SD titled: Using Literature to Teach Health. The training is designed to help teachers make connections between the health knowledge and skills their students should achieve in order to become health literate and the books they integrate into their daily lessons on reading and writing. Elementary, middle school and high school teachers responsible for health education in their school districts are encouraged to attend.
See the flier for detailed information.
To register for the training, click here.

HIV/AIDS Education 101 Teacher Training will be held March 3, 2011 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Ramada in Mitchell, SD. Learn exciting teaching techniques and activities to implement in your classroom. Guest speaker Carrie Black will move you through her experiences with HIV/AIDS. All teachers, school staff, and counselors are highly recommended to attend.
Click here to register, or contact Amy Beshara for more information at (605) 773-6898.
Coordinated School Health Offers Trainings
February 2011