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Please print this page for your reference. It contains information on your class, your instructor, the course management system you will be using for the online class as well as information on how to access the class, and contact information if you need assistance.

Note: There may be multiple sections of this class taught online. Please be sure that you have the information for the class that you registered for. The section number, the reference number, and the name of the faculty members should be checked against the information in the printed schedule and on your registration material.

Term :
Spring 2014
Course Name :
Health 101-71 (4206)
Course Title :
Health Education
Class Notes :
  • Participation in this class will consist of online interaction. Students must have access to a computer that has a reliable internet connection. Students should access during the week prior to the semester start date. All information regarding this class, including course-specific technology requirements, will be found on that webpage. The course may not be accessible to students until the first day of the class, Monday, January 13, 2014.
Instructor :
D. Adler
E-Mail Address :
Phone Number :
Instructor Comments :
You must have access to a computer system with Internet connection and have proficient computer skills (assignments require navigation and retention of the course site information and location, discussion boards, attaching documents in proper formats, web searches and email).

In order to succeed you must be able to read and follow detailed written instructions. In addition, you need to be self motivated to stay on task each week.

Frequent writings such as discussion board postings, peer responses, and other written assignments are required in order to complete the course. You need to be competent and comfortable writing and sharing your thoughts and work with other students.


Focus on Health, 11/e
Dale B. Hahn, Ball State University
Wayne A. Payne, Ball State University (retired)
Ellen B. Lucas, Ball State University
ISBN: 0073529737
Copyright year: 2013

This text offers an exciting and practical approach to the teaching of the traditional content areas of personal health. Its two key themes--the six dimensions of health and the five developmental tasks--help students apply the text's content to their own lives, by improving their decision-making skills. The companion Online Learning Center offers a wealth of pedagogical and assessment features, including quizzes, links, study aids, and more.

FYI: The text is also available as a subscription (180 days)at You are responsible for any content changes if you use older versions of the text. Loose leaf versions are acceptable as well.

Primary Course Management System

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Note: Make sure to bookmark the login page of your course management system. This will allow you to access your online course faster.