ERG SES C 04, Poster Session
The poster will becomposed oftwo main parts:
1. Theoretical modelof health educationin Poland:
- Health education theoretical assumptions and their impact on the basis of a new general education curriculum;
- A new approach to health education in Poland;
- Health Promoting Schools in Poland (formed program and the methods of its realization).
- Health Promoting Schools in Poland as a part of my European Network of Schools For Health in Europe (SHE).
Health education objectives are realized always by specific individuals, institutions or the environment. Responsibility for this complex process shall be borne by the family; the education system, society. Health education is a fundamental right of every child, because health education of children opens the way to a healthy style and multiplying the potential health. Health eduaction should be included in school education. New stage in the school health education in Poland is a core curriculum of general education of 23.12.2008 .
In a new approach to the health education constituting an important tool for health promotion, extremely important is the idea of creating Health Promoting Schools.The concept of Health Promoting School had a significant impact on the perception of the school’s participation in activities for health. Health Promoting Schools are trying to achieve the objectives of health education (not just those included in the core curriculum) at a very high level.
The Health Promoting School is implemented in Poland since 1991. Popularized this idea started with a three-year pilot project (1992-1995) titled : "Health Promoting School", initiated by the WHO / EURO, conducted under the guidance of prof. dr hab. Barbara Woynarowski. In 1992. created the European Network of Health Promoting Schools. In 2008, the European Network of Health Promoting Schools changed its name to the Schools for Health in Europe (SHE). This program was and continues to be developed also in Poland.
On the basis of Polish experiences in the realization of SHE projects it can be assumed that Health Promoting School in Poland aims to achieve goals and realizes tasks determined in core curriculums of general education and other applicable legal acts. Many of these institutions are examples of “good practices” in the realization of various original projects and programs of health education and health promotion. These projects can provide inspiration for other European schools in the delivery of health education.
2. The concept of planned diagnostic tests:
- Diagnosis and evaluation system solutions for a early stage of education;
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of the implementation of goals and objectives of health education in the early stages of education;
- Trying to extract best practices in health education.
- Recommendation for pedagogical practice in the field of health education in a early stage of education.
- What kind of system solutions in the field of health education are implemented for a early stage of education?
- How and how effectively they are implemented content and objectives of health education in a early stage of education in the opinion of the teachers?
- How and how effectively they are implemented content and objectives of health education in a early stage of education in the opinion of the directors?
- How and how effectively they are implemented content and objectives of health education in a early stage of education in the opinion of primary school children?
- How and how effectively they are implemented content and objectives of health education in a early stage of education in the opinion of the parents?
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