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Health and Wellness: Home

This guide contains primary source and secondary source materials that can be used to aid in discussing issues surrounding health and wellness. This guide was created in a GCSU Teaching Circle during the 2010-2011 academic year.

What College are you in?

What College are you in?
Arts and Sciences: 3 votes (25%)
Health Sciences: 3 votes (25%)
Education: 3 votes (25%)
Business: 0 votes (0%)
Library: 0 votes (0%)
Off Campus: 3 votes (25%)
Total Votes: 12

Teaching Circle Program

We would like to thank the Offices of University Advancement and Provost for sponsoring the 2010-2011 Teaching Circle Programs. This would not have been possible without their support.

Health and Wellness

In the spirit of the 2012 Global Citizenship symposium theme of Health and Wellness, these documents and supporting material were compiled to aid faculty lead discussion in their classrooms prior to the symposium in Spring 2012. The material presented are intended to be used in all disciplines to foster discussion on health related issues and how they have changed throughout time. This guide has four themes, Leprosy and Race, Health Education, Local Health Issues, and Marketing and Mass Media. Each theme has a few documents with discussion questions and supporting documents. You will also find contact information for someone who can help you interpret the documents or come to your class to participate in the discussion. Below you will find a two worksheets that will help your students analysis the documents in this guide. 

Tools for Teaching with Primary Sources

Related Campus Events and Programs

Global Citizenship Symposium

Convocation Experience