Students will use cards to sort and understand a large quantity of information regarding suicidal teens, then apply what they learn to analyses of case studies. VCR 4″ x 6″ index suicide warning signs in teenagers prepared by teacher with information from the following appendices.
Answers to Latosha’s Story What’s Going On? Answers to Haley’s Story What’s Going On? Answers to Ryan’s Story What’s Going On? In the Mix video states, the “only irreversible choice. Suicidal people do not want to die, they want their problems to end.
Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention. Kathleen Gasparini has her Master’s in Curriculum and has taught secondary health education for over 20 years. She was the”Health Teacher of the Year” for state of North Dakota, and presently is on the National Health Standards Committee for the National Board for Professionial Teaching Standards. She is a state HIV trainer. She teaches grade 10 health classes in Grand Forks, as well as School Health at the University of North Dakota.
I am Worried About My Child. What If My Child Needs Medication? The Immediate Crisis Is Over – Where Do We Go From Here? One of the more difficult challenges of parenting is realizing that you don’t always know what your children are thinking and feeling.
You may be aware that suicide is the third leading cause of death in adolescence, but you can’t imagine your child might become one of those statistics. When do the normal ups and downs of adolescence become something to worry about? How can you know if suicide is a risk for your family? If you find yourself asking some of these questions, you’re not alone. Although youth suicide is a relatively rare phenomenon, thoughts of suicide are not. Many parents may feel at a loss.