Health Studies (HLST) 320 This version of HLST 320 closed November 27, 2002. To current version.
|Delivery modes:||Individualized-study online.|
|Credits:||3 - Applied Studies|
|Prerequisite:||A regulated health professional (regulated by Bill 22: The Health Profession Act)|
|Precluded course:||HLST 320 cannot be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained for APST 382 or HLST 482.|
|Centre:||Centre for Nursing and Health Studies|
|Challenge for Credit:||HLST 320 has a Challenge for Credit option |
HLST 320 presents a four-step instructional design model: assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Learning theories, health concepts, and developmental stages are incorporated. Students will learn to distinguish between teacher-directed and self-directed approaches to the process of teaching and learning; apply the four steps of the teaching-learning process to health-related situations in a systematic manner that reflects the principles of learning and motivation presented in this course; recognize the unique learning needs of learners across the life span; and appreciate the complexities and realities of teaching health from a personal and theoretical perspective.
To receive credit for HLST 320, students must achieve a grade of at least 60 percent on each assignment and a grade of at least 60 percent on the final examination. The weighting of the composite grade is as follows:
|Personal Goals||Analysis Paper||Teaching Project||Final Exam||Total|
Babcock, D. E., and M.A. Miller. 1994. Client education: Theory and practice. Toronto: Mosby.
Gronlund, Norman E. 1991. How to write and use instructional objectives (4th ed). New York: Macmillan.
Canada. Department of Health and Welfare. 1987. Achieving health for all: A framework for health promotion. Ottawa: Supply and Services.
The course materials include a study guide, a student manual, and a book of readings.