Our programs are available in two formats, Project & Print and 1:1. Each format includes the same material, but 1:1 provides individual logins for all of your students. Below you will find descriptions of the two formats and a list of programs available under this topic. These programs are available individually, as part of a topic bundle, and as part of a grade level bundle.
Provides teachers with access to all the Substance Abuse programs on the platform. The digital resources are controlled by the teachers and projected in the classroom. Course materials can also be printed off for student use and completion. Project + Print pricing is per school.
1:1 access provides both teachers and students with usernames and passwords to access programs on the platform. Students may then complete their assignments and view program videos using their own devices.
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Individual Health World programs are $50. The course material will be in Project + Print form, which allows educators to project and review the course material with the class and then provide students with printable assignments to complete.
In this course, students will be provided with the facts about four gateway drugs: tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, and inhalants. Information will include how the body and brain responds to these drugs and the short and long-term consequences of using them. Students will also be taught how to make healthy choices in light of peer pressure and the strong influence of the media.Learn More >
Although the legal age for using tobacco is 18, statistics show that about 9 out of 10 tobacco users start before they are 18 years old. Research also shows if a person does not begin smoking before they are 18, he or she most likely will never start. This course is designed to educate young teens on the addictive quality of tobacco and the harmful effects on the body so that they are more likely to resist it.
Students will discuss the poisonous chemicals found in tobacco and will learn about the addictive nature of nicotine. The short and long-terms effects of tobacco on the body will be explored, with an emphasis on the respiratory and circulatory systems. In addition, marketing strategies used by tobacco companies will be revealed to students to increase their awareness of consumer traps. Students will discuss strategies to remain tobacco-free, despite pressure from peers and the media.Learn More >
This course is designed to provide pre-teens and young teens with the facts about what alcohol is, how it affects the brain and body, and how it can lead to risky behaviors, such as driving under the influence. Students will learn about binge drinking and will explore the body’s reaction to alcohol abuse over a long period of time. The influence of peer pressure and the media will be discussed, along with strategies for making healthy choices.Learn More >
Great materials! The use of technology really helped keep the students engaged