Course DescriptionFulfills a core requirement for the UCLA Clear Induction Credential and may be used at other institutions with prior approval from the candidate's credential advisor. This course offers a continued exploration of the appropriate use of the California adopted health curriculum and development and implementation of state and local permitted health topics within the K-12 classroom. Topics include prevention and intervention for promotion of safety; analysis of relationships between student health and student learning; means of accessing local and community resources; major state and federal laws related to student health; recognizing and differentiating physical, psychological, emotional, and social health problems; conflict resolution; parental rights regarding health instruction; implementing a school crisis response plan; alcohol, substance abuse, and other risk behaviors; and various developmental assets and concerns.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Study Abroad at UCLA Program : Required