Webinar | Remote Learning & Health Education for Districts

The long-term impact of remote learning on our student populations has yet to be determined, but we know that when it comes to health education, doing nothing is not an option. Students are more interested and aware of their personal wellness and health than ever before. Given the gravity of today’s public health situation, now is the time to empower educators to address this crises and to share their knowledge with students to help them make well-informed decisions.

David Schmidt, Health and Physical Education Chair at North Allegheny School District and Tajuana Williams, Director of Mental Health Services at DeSoto County School District, share how their school districts are addressing health and physical education in our new normal. They share best practices for connecting with parents and students, including specific online and offline resources that are empowering health educators and students in their states during remote learning.

Webinar Recording

Remote Learning & Health Education for Districts presentation

Health Education Resources

Getting Started

  • Teacher / Student Registration Instructions: A brief step-by-step guide to setting up your account, creating your classes, and getting students ready to learn online with EVERFI.
  • SSO Teacher Registration: If your school uses Clever Single Sign On, this brief step-by-step guide will help you through setting up your account and adding resources to the EVERFI app in student’s Clever accounts.
  • EVERFI Resource Pairings: If your students have completed one of EVERFI’s resources, this document will help you discover other resources available to extend student learning.

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