HED 914 - Healthy Relationships

Andrew Herrick, PhD, CHES

Healthy relationships can enhance the quality of life within our students and communities. Mutual respect, trust, honest communication, and shared goals are all essential for any relationship to be safe and healthy. Participants will learn about self-awareness, keys for successful relationships, and how to avoid destructive relationships. This course will present techniques to help students develop the life skills they need for nurturing and supportive friendships. Techniques and tools shared in this course are based on the current literature and supported by national education standards. Course assignments encourage participants to integrate the course material with specific national standards for health education.  Objectives for each lesson are modeled around standards-based learning as identified by SHAPE America. Evidence of learning is tied directly to stated objectives and is assessed via analysis and application papers, learning activities, action plans, lesson plans, reflective evaluations and peer learning. The course is designed for teachers, school counselors, school nurses, and administrators of 6th through 14th grade students.
 
 
Course Information
Credit: 3-semester units college credit
Fees: $460 ($375 tuition + $85 fees) - Students are required to purchase the text separately.
Instructor: Andrew Herrick, Ph.D., C.H.E.S. | andy.herrick@yahoo.com | 602-751-2528
 
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