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Learning Methods

Bridging student health risks and academic achievement through comprehensive school health programs.


Type of Resource: Article
Source: J of School Health,1997 67(6), 220-227.
Author: Symons, C. W., Cinelli, B., James, T. C., & Groff, P.

The Health-Promoting School Movement


A. Introduction

B. Guiding Principles for Health Promoting Schools

C. Health Promoting Schools in Europe and North America

1) Europe SchoolNet & England

2) North America - Comprehensive School Health

a) U.S. b) Canada c) B.C. d) Ontario e) Centre for Health Promotion

D. References/Resources

- this feature and the accompanying references has been prepared by Barbara Ronson [], member of the Centre for Health Promotion's School Health Interest Group.

Promoting Physical Activity in Ontario


A. Introduction

B. Current Initiatives

i) Canada on the Leading Edge

ii) Getting Ontarians Active

iii) 5 settings for provincial partnerships

C. Local Champions

This feature has been prepared by Nancy Dubois, ALCAP Community Facilitator


Collaboration - Working Together for Community Capacity


A. Introduction - Collaboration Frameworks for our work

B. Collaboration Framework - NNCO

C. Collaboration - Factors that make it Work

i) Environment;

ii) Membership;

iii) Process/structure;

iv) Communications;

v) Purpose; resources

D. An Ontario Example - Barrie Civic Renewal Roundtable

This feature has been compiled and edited by Alison Stirling, OPC, 180 Dundas Street West, Suite 1900, Toronto. ON M5G 1Z8. Email

Effectiveness of a violence prevention curriculum among children in elementary school. A randomized controlled trial


Type of Resource: Article
Source: JAMA, (1997) 277(20), 1605-1611.
Author: Grossman, D., Neckerman, H., et. al.


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