The active involvement of parents and community is essential to the health promoting school. This tool gives examples of how to involve different target groups.

2017-08-18

Involving visitors

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When planning the curriculum, it can be very useful to elicit the help of specialists - use people from the outside as "visitors" in the classrome in the health education.

2017-08-18

What is health?

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This tool points out activities on discussing "What is health?", e.g. a quiz. It also outlines the key differences in definitions of health.

2017-08-18

A brainstorming tool to find out how your school is doing to be a health promoting school and what you can do better. What factors are influential in shaping how the health promoting school is taken forward in the daily work?

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This reflection model describes five steps in a self-evaluation process. It's a dynamic model that allows participants to learn from their experience and accordingly adjust plans and activities as they go along.

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In cross-cultural collaboration, children are encouraged to think both locally and globally. This tool gives examples of how schools in different countries can use one another in different stages of a health project. And it gives tips and advices to ensure effective web-based communication between pupils.

2017-08-18

Body movement

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This model shows how a broad perspective on physical activity allows for reflection and discussion with children about different perspectives concerning physical activities in many areas of everyday life.

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An overview of the brainstorming process with the example of the subject: food and nutrition.

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This model shows how a more complex approach to food and nutrition can be used to increase children's participation.

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This tool shows how different ways of defining health gives different possibilities for health a promotion policy and for healthy promotion activities for children. The tool is illustrated with children's examples.

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This empowerment evaluation methode can be used with children or adults and has two aims: (1) To evaluate health promoting activities and projects and through this create more generalized knowledge about practice; (2) To increase empowerment among the participants as a part of the process.

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This tool helps to structure a policy analysis, focusing on municipal activities within overweight and obesity within children, young people and their families.

The good practice example shows the use of the tool in a study of health policy and practice in Tønder municipality (Denmark).

2017-08-18

This in-depth interview guide can be used when you have carried through your desk research and need more in depth information from key personnel. Themes: Health, health policy, strategy, Cooperative relations, offers and activities, SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, treats.

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This material about Digital Storytelling is a short guide for teachers who plan to let children create movies in a health context. The guide presents ethical considerations and technical guidlines to ensure that the process is as accessible as possible, both in terms of cost and ease of use.

2017-08-18

This guide is written for teachers or health professionals and provides an overview of the methodology for Digital Storytelling and the ingredients required to create successful digital storytelling projects.

2017-08-18

This document describes the frame for a specific training programme for health ambassadors and introduces the overall idea and philosophy with the training in order to ensure acting on the basis of human engagement, open-minded understanding of health and an empowering attitude.

The empty template can be used for creating a specific training programme for health ambassadors: Planning of training themes and learning activities.

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This template is used for planning of health promoting activities according to different stages of implementation.

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This handbook can be used when you are training  volunteers in a health project.

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This tool gives an overview of the competences that are recommended for a volunteer to act as a local health ambassador.

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The process mapping tool helps a community to document and hold track of activities in a development and change process related to planning and implementation of activities.

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