Using Medline-plus to Teach Health - Castleton

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Using Medline Plus to Teach NHES 3:
Accessing Information
Four Castleton College students share their experiences creating and
implementing a lesson plan focused on using Medline Plus to access valid
health information. The students will also share and reflect on their
experiences teaching their lessons to middle school and high school
students.
Presenters
Dan Belleville, BS.HED.ESE, ‘15
Brynna-Lee Carper, BS.PED.ESE, ‘15
Kali Trautwein, BS.HED.ESE, ‘15
Andrew Worden, BS.PED.ESE, ‘15
• This project was funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National
Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and
Human Services, under Contract No. HHS-N-276-2011-001C with the University of
Massachusetts Medical School.
Purpose
• Review National Health Education Standards (NHES),
specifically NHES 3.
• Review steps to skill development.
• Show you the MedlinePlus website.
• Share our lessons and experiences in how to
incorporate MedlinePlus in health lessons and the
practice of NHES 3.
National Health Education Standards
• NHES 1: Content Knowledge
• NHES 2: Analyzing Influences
• NHES 3: Accessing Information
• NHES 4: Interpersonal Communication
• NHES 5: Decision Making
• NHES 6: Goal setting
• NHES 7: Self-Management
• NHES 8: Advocacy
NHES 3: Accessing Information
• Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information,
products, and services to enhance health.
▫ Rationale:
 Access to valid health information and health-promoting products and
services is critical in the prevention, early detection, and treatment of
health problems.
 This standard focuses on how to identify and access valid health
resources and to reject unproven sources.
 Application of the skills of analysis, comparison, and evaluation of
health resources empowers students to achieve health literacy.
http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/sher/standards/3.htm
NHES 3: Access Information, Products,
and Services
• Students:
▫ Analyze the validity of health
information, products, and services
▫ Locate sources of valid and reliable
health information, products and
services
▫ Determine the availability of health
products
▫ Describe situations that call for
professional health services
NHES 3: Access Information, Products,
and Services
• Assessment criteria:
▫ Access health information
 Locate specific sources of health information, products, or
services relevant to enhancing health in a given situation
▫ Evaluate information sources
 Explain the degree to which identified sources are valid,
reliable, and appropriate as a result of evaluating each source
NHES 3: Access Information, Products,
and Services
• Closely connected to NHES 1.
• Learning to access information is as important
as learning the information itself.
• Includes learning to identify, access, and
evaluate health-enhancing products and
services.
• Questioning consumers ask:
▫ “Who says?”
▫ “What are their qualifications?”
▫ “Who benefits?”
Relevancy: Performance Indicators
Elementary
Pre-K-Grade-2
• 3.2.1 Identify trusted adults and professionals who can
help promote health.
• 3.2.2 Identify ways to locate school and community
health helpers.
Grades 3-5
• 3.5.1 Identify characteristics of valid health information,
products, and services.
• 3.5.2 Locate resources from home, school, and
community that provide valid health information
http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/sher/standards/3.htm
Relevancy: Performance Indicators
Middle School
Grades 6-8
• 3.8.1 Analyze the validity of health information, products,
and services.
• 3.8.2 Access valid health information from home, school, and
community.
• 3.8.3 Determine the accessibility of products that enhance
health.
• 3.8.4 Describe situations that may require professional health
services.
• 3.8.5 Locate valid and reliable health products and services.
http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/sher/standards/3.htm
Relevancy: Performance Indicators
High School
Grades 9-12
• 3.12.1 Evaluate the validity of health information, products,
and services.
• 3.12.2 Use resources from home, school, and community that
provide valid health information.
• 3.12.3 Determine the accessibility of products and services
that enhance health.
• 3.12.4 Determine when professional health services may be
required.
• 3.12.5 Access valid and reliable health products and services
http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/sher/standards/3.htm
Steps in Skill Development
1. Discussing the importance of the skill, its
relevance, and relationship to other learned skills;
2. Presenting steps for developing the skill;
3. Modeling the skill;
4. Practicing and rehearsing the skill using real-life
scenarios; and
5. Providing feedback and reinforcement.
Lets Take a Look at MedlinePlus!
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
Steps in Skill Development
1. Discussing the importance of the skill, its
relevance, and relationship to other learned skills;
2. Presenting steps for developing the skill;
3. Modeling the skill;
4. Practicing and rehearsing the skill using real-life
scenarios; and
5. Providing feedback and reinforcement.
AOD Lessons and Experiences
High School
• Andrew & Danny
▫ Lesson Plan
▫ Worksheet
Middle School
• Kali & Brynna
▫ Lesson Plan
▫ Worksheet
Recap
• Reviewed National Health Education Standards
(NHES), specifically NHES 3.
• Reviewed the steps to skill development.
• Showed you the MedlinePlus website.
• Shared our lessons and experiences in how to
incorporate MedlinePlus in health lessons and the
practice of NHES 3.
Questions??

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