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Learning Methods

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

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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

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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 [b.ronson@utoronto.ca], member of the Centre for Health Promotion's School Health Interest Group.

Promoting Physical Activity in Ontario

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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

E-mail: dubfit@worldchat.com

Collaboration - Working Together for Community Capacity

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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 alison@opc.on.ca

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

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

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