Character Playbook is a digital course, sponsored by the NFL, that teaches students how to establish healthy relationships with their peers and navigate complex social interactions.
As we enter the holiday season, it may be a good time to consider conducting a unit of service learning in your classroom. For secondary students, a service learning unit might begin before the Thanksgiving break and continue until the semester ends late in January. For elementary students, a unit of service learning that begins upon students’ return from their Thanksgiving break and ends just before Winter Break may be enough.
For this very special Virtual Field Trip, join Discovery Education and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to examine the science behind e-cigarettes and the impact they can have on teenagers’ health and well-being.
The Tobacco Education Resource Library from the United States Food and Drug Administration offers three lesson plans designed for grades 6 - 12. These are variously aligned to Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Math, and to Next Generation Science Standards.
Check out NCESD's new Wellness Event Guide and be sure to bookmark it! The guide includes things like checklists, timelines, templates, and more to help you host your own Wellness Event in your school.
KidsHealth in the Classroom has a variety of resources to help youth grasp foundational concepts about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.
Busting Stress: Stress Management Lesson Plans for Grade 7-12 by YouthSMART, an initiative from the Canadian Mental Health Association - Calgary Region.
Launched by scientists at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in 2010, National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week promotes discussion of drug use and addiction science.