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Principles and Strategies in Teaching Health Education (PSTHE)

Mr. Deligero


Four (4) Major Modules:

1. Foundation of Education
spring board of learning
2. Learning concepts and theories
o Making sure that knowledge/idea is accepted by the students
3. Instructions and strategies
o Know the needs of the students by knowing the entry behavior
4. Measurement and evaluation
o Exams designed to measure performance & should be congruent with the objectives and philosophy of the
Interactions between the Society and Institution
1. Curriculum
to cater the needs of the society
2. Program
gives services to the society
3. Organization
o institutions form small organizations to give services to larger organizations.
o Prepares the student to be a future leader in the society
4. Researchers
o elevate quantity standards in the society
Kinds of Societies
a. Hunting and Gathering Society
o a nomadic society; people with no permanent homes and moves from one place to another.
Shaman: a spiritual leader that sets the standards and rules in the nomadic society; influenced by
spiritual factors.
b. Horticultural Society and Pasteural Society
o First phase of social revolution where people learned to domesticate/befriend animals.
o usually in regions with minimum rainfall
Significance: Animal husbandry & plant cultivation is the way to transform the society
c. Agricultural Society
o invention of the PLOW
o learning is present but in an informal manner
o invention of the wheel, writing and numbers
o dawn of civilization
d. Industrial Society
o usage of the Steam Engine by fuel
o steel was first used to run machinery
o good s are produced by machines
o remarkable industrialization
o inequality started due to difference in power, money.
e. Post-industrial Society
o new technology centering around microchips/information
o people sold information
f. Bioeconomics
o more complicated society
o chief distinction will be an economy centered around genetic structure
Human genetics for health
Plant/Animal genetics for consumption
Mankind agrees with the things that ought to be taught:
The best in life.
Education is more concerned with intellectual & moral values but it depends on how the school shares these principles
to the students.
Opinions a teacher should reflect upon:
1.should knowledge be useful in life

2.should virtue be a component of your institution

3.should higher knowledge be the aim of this journey
VIRTUE must be habitual; needed to conduct our lives well
KNOWLEDGE information and understanding of a subject which a person or a group of people have.
Knowledge is also a belief of a person that for him is true.
EPISTHEMOLOGY- the theory of knowledge
seeks to understand presuppositions,

veracity of knowledge.

Steps of the Scientific Method

1.Identifying a Problem
2.Gathering of data
5.Formulating the hypothesis
RESEARCH long term knowledge
6 Methods of Acquiring Knowledge
1. Awareness of the Problem
o State the problem clearly to know what facts are to be collected.
2. Availability & Relevance of the data to be collected
3. Organization of data
4. Formulating a hypothesis
5. Deductions are drawn from the hypothesis
6. Verification of the final stage