If you’re new to teaching health science in Texas, you know how daunting it can be to find the right resources to fuel your course. You may know the TEKS requirements you need to teach, but where should you start looking for lesson plans or activities for your kids? How do other teachers get their course materials? What kinds of resources are out there? What if you choose the wrong ones?
If you’re teaching an introductory CTE health science course, such as Principles of Health Science, there’s a good chance that you are required to cover the history of healthcare to meet your course standards.
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With how much of our lives takes place over the internet, digital citizenship skills have become essential for students to develop in the modern day. Students who have developed these skills are well-equipped to handle technology healthily, while those who haven’t may fall victim to pitfalls like cyberbullying or irresponsible social media use.
Your medical terminology textbooks and existing plans may have served you well, but you need new ideas to supplement your instruction and help your students better comprehend complex concepts.
It’s all too common for high school students to enter adulthood without a solid grasp on personal finances. In the worst cases, this can lead to financial mistakes or disasters that follow students all their lives. This is exactly why it’s critical to have business or finance teachers truly dedicated to providing students with the financial education they need to succeed.
As a provider of digital curriculums, high school business teachers often approach us about educational resources they can use to teach their business education courses.