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This article examines factors affecting the inclusion of health and well-being. It also explores educational implications in light of the changing landscape of pre-service teacher education in England. The participants were pre-service teacher training institutions in England, who completed a survey regarding to the provision of health and well-being education.
Updated: Sep. 02, 2015
Ethical Issues in the Teaching and Learning of Health Topics in Schools: The Conceptions of Teacher Trainees
The purpose of this paper was to examine the aspects that health education teacher trainees saw as ethically-related within the teaching and learning of health education. The findings showed that ethics was related to three themes: subject matter, ethical teacher and learning spaces. The authors conclude that the study gives some insights into how teacher trainees reflect on and express ethical aspects related to their future work. Furthermore, teacher trainees should become aware of how their perspectives may influence their teaching practices, since the teacher’s ways of seeing something may very well have an association with the way she or he will organize classroom practices.
Updated: Mar. 16, 2015
This article examines how future teachers perceive the acoustic contamination and its deleterious effects. It analyses their acoustic habits, with the aim of raising their awareness concerning this problem. The authors designed a number of activities, applied during a practical lesson, in which students evaluated some of their perceptions and attitudes towards noise, and recorded their hearing capacity. The results suggest that most students are unaware of the risks of many of their activities. However, the perception of noise as a contaminant and the appreciation of its danger increased in the students after the performing of the practice.
Updated: Feb. 24, 2015
Student Teachers' Ways of Experiencing the Objective of Health Education as a School Subject: A Phenomenographic Study
The purpose of this phenomenographic study was to identify student teachers' ways of experiencing health education as a school subject. 20 student teachers participated in the study. The findings indicated that the target phenomenon was discussed through the general objective of the subject in five ways.
Updated: Aug. 22, 2010