- Programs & Events
- Professional Development
- Advocacy and Media
Following are the ticketed events for AAHE for the 2010 Indianapolis Convention. Please pre-register for each event when you register for the convention.
AAHE Awards Luncheon
Friday, March 19, 2010
The AAHE Awards Luncheon honors recipients of the AAHE awards and scholarships. The AAHE awards are the AAHE Scholar Award, Professional Service to Health Education Award, Horizon Award (new professional), Distinguished Service to Health Education Award (non health educator), and the Health Education Professional of the Year Award. The Health Education Professional of the Year Awards, sponsored by Tampax, Procter and Gamble, may be awarded in six categories: 1) Schools (K‑12), 2) College/University, 3) Public/Community, 4) Medical Care, 5) Worksite and 6) Health Education Administrator. Five scholarships may be awarded: AAHE Scholarship (undergraduate), Barbara A. Cooley Scholarship (masters), Delbert Oberteuffer Scholarship (doctoral), the Marion B. Pollock Fellowship (masters) and the Will Rogers Institute Fellowship (doctoral).
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
The Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) is an assessment tool for examining school health education curricula - helps school districts conduct an analysis based on the National Health Education Standards and CDC's Characteristics of Effective Health Education Curricula. Results help schools select/develop appropriate/effective health education curricula and improve the delivery of health education. It is customizable to meet local community needs and conform to the curriculum requirements. Cost: Free! We do need a "head count" to provide enough materials for everyone attending.
AAHE NCATE University Preparation
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
The workshop provides assistance to colleges/universities in preparing a program report. Workshop fee is $100 per institution for up to 2 participants (plus $50 for each additional participant). Fee includes 2010 Guidelines CHECKING WITH SUSAN WOOLEY for AAHE/NCATE Review of Initial Level Programs for Health Education Teacher Preparation, CD-ROM, and other training materials.
Special Interest Group Roundtables
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Enjoy a light lunch while meeting and networking with fellow health education professionals in your area of interest:
early childhood/elementary health education
middle/secondary school health education
college/university health education
worksite health promotion community/public health education
health care setting health education
health education administration
health education research
health education majors multicultural
Informal discussion and communication.