Difference between revisions of "Unit 3: Integrating Health Literacy Skills in the Classroom"

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* Share your health information literacy project idea on Padlet and comment on at least two other ideas shared by fellow students
 
* Share your health information literacy project idea on Padlet and comment on at least two other ideas shared by fellow students
 
* Review final project directions and complete the assignment  
 
* Review final project directions and complete the assignment  
* Using Padlet, share your final project and comment on a fellow student project
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* Using Padlet, share your final project and comment on two students' projects
* Reflect on the activity through the Google Form below
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* Reflect on the course and activities assigned throughout the units
  
 
== Final Project Idea Proposal and Instructions==
 
== Final Project Idea Proposal and Instructions==
* Consider ways of integrating the new skills and knowledge shared in the first two modules into an existing or new lesson plan. Using the link below, share your health information literacy lesson final project idea and comment on two students' ideas
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* Consider ways of integrating the new skills and knowledge shared in the first two modules into an existing or new lesson plan. Using the link below, share your health information literacy lesson final project idea and comment on two students' ideas: https://bit.ly/3eF27a8
https://padlet.com/srs535/vpkqdrt4ylul0qju
 
 
* While completing the assignment, follow these instructions: https://bit.ly/3uHIMul
 
* While completing the assignment, follow these instructions: https://bit.ly/3uHIMul
* Using this link, submit your final project: https://padlet.com/srs535/csrllku86brlzk17
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* Using this link, submit your final project: https://bit.ly/3vZYhOt
  
 
==Final Project Submission==
 
==Final Project Submission==
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[https://bit.ly/2R5TyMH Please use this discussion board to post your final project. Comment on two other projects and offer your feedback.]
  
==Reflection==
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==Reflections==
 
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[https://forms.gle/Dy4eQai5zqWh2j5a6 Using the linked form, reflect on your course experiences]
  
 
==Navigation==
 
==Navigation==

Latest revision as of 18:14, 12 May 2021

Learning Objectives

  • Identify areas in which they can implement health information literacy into an existing lesson plan
  • Integrate and create a health information literacy lesson plan within the given lesson plan format

Introduction

We have gone over the importance of health literacy and critical appraisal techniques in the last two units. This unit will take our newfound knowledge and skills and integrate them into an existing lesson plan (or better- create a new lesson)! This lesson plan should have a technological component and incorporate important concepts and skills covered in units one and two.

To Do

  • Share your health information literacy project idea on Padlet and comment on at least two other ideas shared by fellow students
  • Review final project directions and complete the assignment
  • Using Padlet, share your final project and comment on two students' projects
  • Reflect on the course and activities assigned throughout the units

Final Project Idea Proposal and Instructions

  • Consider ways of integrating the new skills and knowledge shared in the first two modules into an existing or new lesson plan. Using the link below, share your health information literacy lesson final project idea and comment on two students' ideas: https://bit.ly/3eF27a8
  • While completing the assignment, follow these instructions: https://bit.ly/3uHIMul
  • Using this link, submit your final project: https://bit.ly/3vZYhOt

Final Project Submission

Please use this discussion board to post your final project. Comment on two other projects and offer your feedback.

Reflections

Using the linked form, reflect on your course experiences

Navigation

Return to Unit 2: Evaluating Health Information on the Internet

Return to Evaluating Online Health Information Mini-Course