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Make your school community the best place to learn, work and play with 3 outstanding Resources for students in grades 7–12. More info: www.schools4health.com
 
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This worksheet is for students to do a mental self-assessment and learn how to give themselves a mental workout. Excerpt from the resource Wellness: A Question of Balance, part of a whole school health and wellness curriculum.
Subjects:
Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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Wellness lifelines are drawn by participants to examine patterns and critical events. Excerpted from the resource Wellness: A Question of Balance, part of a whole school health and wellness curriculum. Ideal for middle school students transitioning
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Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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Worksheets for middle school students to consider the effect of life events. Excerpt from the resource Wellness: A Question of Balance, part of a whole school health and wellness curriculum.Learn more at Schools4Health.com.
Subjects:
Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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Instructions to students for starting a wellness journal. Ideal for middle school students transitioning to high school. Excerpt from the resource Wellness: A Question of Balance, part of a whole school health and wellness curriculum.Learn more at
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Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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The Wellness Wheel Model is the core of this Resource. It provides a framework for lifelong learning about health and becomes the anchor for a school community culture.FeaturesDevelopmentally suitable for ages 15 to adult.Holistic in design by
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Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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Help ease the transition to high schoolThis guide and the companion teacher guide are designed to address the needs of students and their parents and to help build a bridge for the critical communication between elementary or middle school and high
Subjects:
Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th
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Help ease the transition to high schoolThis guide and the companion parent guide are designed to address the needs of students and their parents and to help build a bridge for the critical communication between elementary or middle school and high
Subjects:
Health, Life Skills, Character Education
Grades:
7th, 8th, 9th
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Save by purchasing all 3 resources in a bundle. You get:Wellness: A Question of Balance. An Educator Resource ($35)Teens & Transition: A Teacher Guide ($15)Teens & Transition: A Parent Guide ($10)Learn more about these resources for a whole
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Health, Life Skills, Character Education
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7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Adult Education
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

A. New Zealand • Personnel Officer – Industry • Teacher – Social Studies, Geography, English B. United Kingdom • Acting HOD, James Gillespie School for Girls (Edinburgh) • Education Welfare Officer, Inner London Education Authority C. Brunei Darussalam (sabbatical) • Teacher - Geography, Social Studies D. Canada • Teacher - Geography, Social Studies, English, Physical Education, Interpersonal Communication Skills, Peer Counseling • Counselor • Department Head, Student Services • Staff Committee Chairperson • Field Guide/Practicum Supervisor for University of Victoria Schools of Social Work, Child and Youth Care, Nursing, Psychology, Education, Counseling

MY TEACHING STYLE

There is a tendency in schools to be reactive, have a patchwork of approaches and to parachute in an “expert” or a “special program” to fix things. Such a focus on piecemeal and ad hoc initiatives for addressing barriers to learning, development and teaching (e.g. drug/alcohol use, sexuality, suicide prevention, bullying prevention, mental health) doesn’t change anything and can make matters worse. This gives an illusion of treatment. A planned, integrated strategy with coordinated services is necessary to produce better health and education outcomes. Strong, consistent connections and united themes do make a difference. To be able to cope, students need to develop meaningful relationships in their school community. Social-emotional factors affect learning so school should be a protective force in students’ lives. The school culture, classroom climate and peer relationships are critical to the whole.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Hilroy Fellowship (Canadian Teachers’ Federation, for Innovation in Education, 1993)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

New Zealand – B. A. (Geography), Dip. Teaching, Dip. Education (Thesis: “Dyslexia”). Canada – M. Ed. (Educational Administration and Leadership) Hilroy Fellowship (Canadian Teachers’ Federation for Innovation in Education, 1993)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Publications: Wellness: A Question of Balance (Revised 2017) Teens and Transition: A Teacher Guide (Revised 2015) Teens and Transition: A Parent Guide (Revised 2015) Health Promoting Schools: Development Site Proposal (2005) Teaching in Victoria, Sooke and Saanich (co-author, 2002) Healthy Kids Learn Better: Comprehensive School Health (co-author with Healthy Schools Co-ordinator for Greater Victoria SD #61). An Integrated Approach to Health and Learning (2002) Wellness Priorities Survey: A School’s Guide To Success (co-author with two Public Health nurses). Support provided by University of Victoria Youth and Society Research Unit, research students from School of Social Work and Dept. of Psychology, parent and Student Services administration staff (2002) – contact for a PDF copy Interpersonal Communication Skills Curriculum (1989)

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