Peer-to-Peer Teaching: From Planning to Evaluation
It is important for future health education specialists to not only have a thorough understanding of health topics, but to also be able to effectively communicate information to others. The health education profession uses a framework set forth by the National Commission on Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC) as the foundation of professional practice. It seems natural, then, to consult that framework for guidance in preparing professionals. By utilizing the framework for the profession, faculty may create experiences that will enhance college students’ professional preparation in the field of health education and health promotion.
Kentucky Association for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance Journal, Vol. 52, Issue No. 2, 47-49.