StudyOn HSC Pdhpe Teacher Edition (Online Purchase)
|Pub date||October 2010|
Once connected to your students, you can set up classes and groups, and monitor and report on individual students' progress.
studyON HSC PDHPE Teacher Edition includes studyON HSC PDHPE Student Edition so that you access all the HSC PDHPE concept screens, videos, interactivities, past exam questions and more.
With studyON Teacher Edition you can monitor the progress of your students throughout the year and pinpoint areas that require further revision in the lead up to exams.
Start using studyON Teacher Edition in 3 easy steps:
1. Check students have connected to Teacher view
Your students will automatically appear in the 'unassigned students' list on the setup page of your teacher edition once they have ‘connected' to you in their studyON student edition.
2. Set up your classes and groups
To view collective results you can create as many groups as you like, with students in multiple groups.
3. Monitor &/or Report results
The ‘Monitor' feature allows you to view the studyON activity of each student for any period in the calendar year while the 'Report' section enables you to view student performance and results in a variety of ways. Reports created in studyON Teacher Edition can be exported and downloaded in Excel format.
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1. Measuring health status
2. Identifying priority health issues
3. Groups experiencing health inequalities
4. Preventable chronic disease, injury and mental health problems
5. A growing and aging population
6. Health care in Australia
7. Complementary and alternative health care
8. Action areas of the Ottawa Charter
Core 9.2 Factors affecting performance
1. Energy systems
2. Types of training and training methods
3. Principles of training
4. Physiological adaptations in response to training
5. Motivation and its enhancement
6. Anxiety and arousal
7. Nutritional considerations including supplementation
8. Recovery strategies
9. Skill acquisition and the learner
10. The learning environment
11. Assessment of skill and performance
Option 9.3 The health of young people
1. The nature of young people's lives
2. Epidemlology of the health of young people
3. Effects of the determinants of health on young people
4. Developmental aspects affecting young people's health
5. Major health issues that impact on the health of young people
6. Skills and actions
Option 9.5 Sports medicine
1. Ways to classify sports injuries
2. Tissue injuries and their assessment
3. Children and young athletes
4. Adults and aged athletes
5. Female athletes
6. Physical preparation
7. Sports policy and sports environment
8. Environmental considerations
9. Rehabilition procedures and return to play
Option 9.6 Improving performance
1. Strength training
2. Aerobic training
3. Anaerobic training
4. Flexibility training
5. Skill training
6. Planning a training year
7. Designing a training session
8. Planning to avoid overtraining
9. Use of drugs
10. Use of technology