Companion Credit Class
We are happy to announce a companion credit class for the 2013 Adolescent Health Symposium!
This one-credit undergraduate or graduate course sponsored by the Department of Health Education and Health Promotion and Continuing Education and Extension at the University of Wisconsin−La Crosse
Experiential Learning Strategies for Health Education
This course (HED 467/567) is open to professionals in Health Education, Physical Education and related disciplines who attend the Adolescent Health Symposium.
To get credit for this course, students must:
- Submit an outline for application project
- Develop a “focused” application project that helps you bring what you learned at the Symposium to life.
- Attend at least five program sessions during the symposium.
Your application project should portray how a concept, idea, theory, or practical teaching techniques can be applied to an actual or projected professional setting, to enhance your professional contributions or development in health education, physical education, and related disciplines.
All project assignments can be aligned with your current professional responsibilities/standards.
The instructor for this course is Michele L. Pettit, MPH, PhD, MCHES.
You may register for the course prior to the symposium by contacting Briana Meuer in Continuing Education and Extension at (608) 785-6513 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You also may register for the course at the symposium. Dr. Gary Gilmore, Director of Community Health Programs, is the contact person for onsite registration. After registering and paying fees for the course, you will receive a packet to include a confirmation letter and course materials.