An Australian Perspective on Health and Human Development VCE Units 1 & 2 provides comprehensive coverage of the VCE Health and Human Development study design using the most current data available. This richly illustrated, full-colour text: * Incorporates the most up-to-date statistics and topical case studies available * Uses simple, accessible, student-focused language * Integrates text and visual stimulus material to reinforce theory * Includes a wealth of structured learning activities * Includes a comprehensive glossary at the end of the book * Provides superior exam preparation with true-to-life exam questions at the end of every chapter An Australian Perspective on Health and Human Development VCE Units 1 & 2 is supported by a free teacher support website at www.cambridge.edu.au/education/teacher, offering a rich range of timesaving resources for course, lesson and homework. These resources include activity sheets, revision quizzes and useful web links.
Sonia Goodacre is an experienced teacher of VCE Health and Human Development at a senior secondary school and currently at a TAFE institution. She is actively involved in providing professional development for teachers and has prepared a number of support materials and curriculum packages for VCE Health and Human Development. Sonia was also involved in the writing of the current VCE Health and Human Development Study Design. Chrissy Collins is a Health and Food Technology teacher at Greensborough College. She has also written and presented professional development workshops for teachers on Health Education with a focus on ICT, multimedia, student motivation and engagement in the health classroom. Carolyn Slattery has been a teacher of Health subjects at both senior and middle secondary levels for the past 10 years. Carolyn was awarded the Jan Blackburn Award for outstanding teacher in this subject area.
Part I. Youth Health and Development; Chapter 1. Introducing Health and Human Development; Part II. Individual and Community Health and Development; Chapter 5. Challenges for Youth.