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					                                 New Materials for Loan
                      Coordinated School Health Resource Center
                                       9/5/2006
 Materials in Support of the Eight Components of Coordinated School Health Programs

A complete listing of all materials in the Coordinated School Health Resource Center is
available on the Web at: www.firn.edu/webfiles/inmagic/cshrc

                           Coordinated School Health
                           Resource Center
                           Florida Department of Education
                           325 W. Gaines Street, Room 554
                           Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400
                           (850) 245-0480 (phone)
                           (850) 245-5116 (fax)
                           cshp@fldoe.org

#H2792 201 Icebreakers: Group Mixers, Warm-Ups, Energizers, and Playful Activities.
McGraw Hill, 1997.
This book provides icebreakers that will help generate interest and excitement at sessions,
meetings, speeches, or presentations with energy and fun. (424 pages)

#H2795.A A Framework for Understanding Poverty (revised edition) AHA! Process, 2005.
This book provides facts and charts related to poverty and the impact on people's lives.
Contains charts, tables and questionnaires. A workbook is available as H2795.B. (191 pages)

#H2795.B A Framework for Understanding Poverty Workbook: Modules 1-7 (revised
edition) AHA! Process, 2005.
This workbook provides tools to improve effectiveness while working with children in poverty.
Includes sample situations and solutions. The accompanying textbook is available as H2795.A.
(78 pages)

#H2797 Give It A Shot: Toolkit for Nurses and Other Immunization Champions Working
with Secondary Schools. American School Health Association, 2006.
This kit provides information on current information regarding adolescent immunizations,
incorporating immunization messages into your everyday work, and self-study questions that
nurses and certified health education specialists may complete and submit for credit. This kit
also includes a CD-ROM which contains the manual and handouts, and a DVD that contains a
video for teens and parents.

#H2789 Individual Differences: Gender, Training, and Physical Performance in Sport.
Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.
This DVD addresses questions about the various indicators of physical fitness and the
differences between men and women. Includes such information as percentage body fat, upper
body size and strength, VO2 maximum, stroke volume, heart rate, cardiac output, hemoglobin
and red blood cell count. (27 mins.)




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#H2791 Learning with the Body in Mind. Corwin Press, 2000.
The purpose of this book is to create a context where movement, play, and exercise are shown
in relation to learning. It offers practical strategies backed by clinical and classroom research for
engaging students at all levels. (136 pages)

#H2793 Melvin's Magical Mouth Museum. American Dental Association, 2000.
For students in grades 1-3, this video features a magician who leads them around a dental
museum. Students will learn the importance of dental visits, daily brushing and flossing, healthy
eating habits and benefits of dental sealants. (10 mins.)

#H2788 Opportunity to Learn Standards for Elementary Physical Education. National
Association for Sport and Physical Education, 2004.
This booklet will provide the elements NASPE considers essential for a successful elementary
school physical education program. The purpose of this booklet is to ensure no student is
deprived of the opportunity to meet the performance standards established in elementary
school physical education. (19 pages)

#H2786 Opportunity to Learn Standards for High School Physical Education. National
Association for Sport and Physical Education, 2004.
This booklet will provide the elements NASPE considers essential for a successful high school
physical education program. The purpose of this booklet is to ensure no student is deprived of
the opportunity to meet the performance standards established in high school physical
education. (19 pages)

#H2787 Opportunity to Learn Standards for Middle School Physical Education. National
Association for Sport and Physical Education, 2004.
This booklet will provide the elements NASPE considers essential for a successful middle
school physical education program. The purpose of this booklet is to ensure no student is
deprived of the opportunity to meet the performance standards established in middle school
physical education. (23 pages)

#H2790 Physical Training Strategies: Preparing for a Purpose. Films for the Humanities &
Sciences, 2004.
This DVD provides instruction on choosing and using the right training strategies to ensure
maximum performance during physical activity. Discussion topics include: the three energy
systems in the body and their involvement in athletic exertion; types of continuous, interval, and
resistance training methods and their effect on the energy systems; and the specificity,
duration, frequency, intensity, and diminishing return principles of training. (26 mins.)

#H2796 Shade Planning for America's Schools. Centers for Disease Control, 2005.
This manual will help schools create and maintain a physical environment that supports sun
safety by ensuring that school grounds have adequate shade. This program works well with the
Guidelines for School Programs to Prevent Skin Cancer (#311619). (50 pages)

#H2794.A Teens and Tanning: Sun Safety Update (VHS). Learning ZoneXpress, 2005.
This video covers the dangers of overexposure to the sun and tanning beds and suggests
alternatives. Students and adults will learn how to seek shade, apply sunscreen, wear
sunglasses and hats, and stay out of the tanning beds. Includes a video worksheet for students
to complete. (16 mins.)




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#H2794.B Teens and Tanning: Sun Safety Update (DVD). Learning ZoneXpress, 2005.
This video covers the dangers of overexposure to the sun and tanning beds and suggests
alternatives. Students and adults will learn how to seek shade, apply sunscreen, wear
sunglasses and hats, and stay out of the tanning beds. Includes a DVD worksheet for students
to complete. (16 mins.)




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