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23.C.3a

Describe the relationships among physical, mental, and social health factors during adolescence (e.g., the effects of stress on physical and mental performance, effects of nutrition on growth).

What is Mental Health?

Mental Health

CLASS

In this class, students gain a better understanding of mental and emotional health through the eyes of a student struggling to make friends in a new school. This class includes audio, assessments, and interactive components.

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Teen Mental Health Education

Mental Health

CLASS

This comprehensive health class focuses on mental health and healthy relationships and aligns with National Health Education Standards (NHES). In the Mental Health section, students will gain a stronger understanding of mental and emotional health, types of anxiety disorders and eating disorders, stress-management, self-esteem, and the tools to apply health practices to daily life and stressful environments. In the Communication and Relationships section, students will learn about the 5 love languages, empathetic listening, the importance of consent and setting personal boundaries, and inappropriate relations with figures of authority. Students explore these topics through visual novel-like experiences with illustrations, social media simulations, texting simulations, and adaptivity. Through engaging characters, adaptive stories, conversation-based learning, and social media simulations, student will learn about managing stress and navigating interpersonal relationships through communication and self-advocacy.

    #Communication#Resilience#Stress-Management
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Health & Social Emotional Learning

Comprehensive Health

CLASS

This comprehensive health education class includes health and sex education lessons designed to develop knowledge, skills, and values to promote individual, family, and community health. In Physical Health section, students follow three friends as they create a healthy and balanced lifestyle with habits, exercise, and dietary choices through researching their community and personal habits. They will learn about the systems of the human body, the stages of human development, and what contributes to a healthy lifestyle. In the Mental Health section, students will gain a stronger understanding of mental and emotional health, types of anxiety disorders and eating disorders, stress-management, self-esteem, and the tools to apply health practices to daily life and stressful environments. In the Substance Abuse section, students will learn about the risks of using e-cigs or vaping products, abusing prescription drugs and marijuana, how habitual drinking can lead to alcohol dependency, how using tobacco products can lead to a nicotine dependency; and how to make healthy decisions to prevent substance abuse. In the Reproductive Health section, students will learn proper terminology for the female and male anatomy and the basic functions of both systems. And in the Sexual Health section, students will learn about the symptoms, treatment, and risk prevention of HIV and STDs/STIs. Through engaging characters, adaptive stories, conversation-based learning, and social media simulations, students will learn about how health impacts their life, relationships, and future.

    #Vape Products#Drugs#STDs
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Managing Stress and Building Resilience

Mental Health

COURSE

In this course, students learn how to deal with stress, build self-esteem, and apply health practices to stressful situations.

    #Resilience#Stress-Management#Self-Management
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What is Mental Health?

Mental Health

COURSE

In this course, students gain a better understanding of mental and emotional health through the eyes of a student struggling to make friends in a new school. Duration 30 minutes New York State Education Department (NYSED) 1A. lb. There are many factors that can influence one’s mental health, including family, environment, genetics, brain chemistry, health behaviors, personal values, peers, media, technology, culture, and community. 3D. la. Individuals analyze the influences of views on mental health and mental illness (self, family, peers, culture, society, media, etc.) Other Required Health Areas Functional Knowledge ORH.E.2 An individual’s self image is an important component of mental health. ORH.I.2 Mental health influences the ways individuals look at themselves, their lives, and others in their lives. ORH.C.2 An individual’s mental health is impacted by emotions, social relationships and physical health, and has an impact on the way an individual thinks, feels, and behaves.

    #Resilience#Stress-Management#Self-Management
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¿Qué es la salud mental?

Mental Health

COURSE

En esta lección, los estudiantes seguirán la historia de Sam, una nueva alumna de la escuela que lucha con su salud mental debido a la soledad y los sentimientos de ansiedad. A través de la experiencia de Sam, los estudiantes aprenderán palabras del vocabulario de expresión personal que giran en torno a la salud mental, cómo se interconecta la salud mental con la física y qué factores cotidianos afectan su salud y estado emocional. También tomarán consciencia de los resultados positivos de hablar con un adulto de confianza sobre los obstáculos que enfrentan y las técnicas para proponerse metas realistas y alcanzarlas. Los estudiantes evaluarán su conocimiento sobre cómo la salud mental tiene efecto en sus vidas cotidianas por medio de respuestas interactivas, verificación de conocimientos y reflexiones dentro de la lección.

    #Resilience#Stress-Management#Self-Management
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