Professional Development for Teachers
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This project was supported by Award Number RC1ES018084 from the National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences or the National Institutes of Health.
The medical and technological advances of the past few centuries have helped improve human life on Earth, but technology has also had some unintended, harmful effects on human health and the health of other living things in our environment. This collection highlights these issues, examines how we are identifying the causes and effects of these health problems, and how public health works to improve conditions.
This lesson designed for teacher professional development introduces various aspects of environmental public health, including conditions and diseases, exposures and risk, research methods, community action, and health policy.
- Grades: K-13+
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This lesson designed for teacher professional development explores ways to approach teaching environmental public health to younger students.
- Grades: K-4
- Views: 325
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This lesson designed for teacher professional development examines the role that epidemiologists, who study the occurrence of disease in populations, play in safeguarding public health.
- Grades: 9-13+
- Views: 366
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This lesson designed for teacher professional development examines how human activities change the air around us and how this, in turn, impacts environmental public health.
- Grades: 5-8
- Views: 800
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