2016 Conference Handouts

Thank you for attending ASHA’s 2016 Annual School Health Conference, we hope you enjoyed it and were able to take away a few resources for your work! If you missed a workshop or want digital copies of the handouts of the sessions you attended, look below. All handouts are organized by day, then time, then track, or if in a hurry, hit CTRL + F to type in the ID or part of the title of the session. If no link appears below the title of the presentation, handouts were not received for that session.

Questions? Comments? Email Ashley Dowling, adowling@ashaweb.org

Many thanks to the presenters who were able to share their presentations and handouts with attendees.

Thursday, October 6, 2016 

1:00-4:00 PM

Advocacy Forum

Research and Emerging Issues Forum

REI3: Develop and Evaluate Program Activities to Promote Self-care Behaviors for the Middle School Students with Allergies

REI20: Who will Teach School Health Education in 2025?

REI15: The Meaning of School Body Mass Index (BMI) Screening and Referral to Parents/Guardians of First, Third and Sixth Grade Students in Florida

REI29: Measuring the Impact of School Wellness Legislation

REI35: Poverty, Stress and School Performance Under the WSCC Model: The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Scale

Teaching and Learning Forum

TL2: Data, Data, Data! Helping Pre-service Health Educators Use YRBSS Data to Inform Health Education Practice

TL37: Sledding, LIKES, and Sharks: Strategies for Teaching the Teenage Brain!

TL1: The Mindful Classroom: Teaching Mindfulness Meditation to Promote Adolescent Self-Regulation

TL41: Use of Classroom Simulation to Enhance Teacher Effectiveness in Sexuality Education

TL44: HipHopPE

Friday, October 7th

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

ACL7: Integrating Health and Wellness into District Systems

PS18: Fostering Trauma-Sensitive School Culture: Healthy Teachers, Healthy Students

REI6: School Health Practices in 48 States & REI11: Evaluation of the Dissemination and use of CDC’s SHI

TL18: Less Shame…More Wonder! Positive Puberty Education Strengthens Connections

Advocacy Equals Action

11:05AM-12:05 PM

ACL9: How to Align Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) within the Context of the Whole Child

PS5: Paradigm for School Wellness: Building Classrooms & Cafeteria Connections &  PS6: Ensuring Children Don’t Go Hungry During the Summer Months

REI24: Educational Tools to Decrease Vaccine Hesitancy

TL23: Using Visual Instruction Plans (VIPs) for Developing Health Skills and Independent Learners & TL36: Enhancing Skill Development in Health Education

REI39: School Health Research: 2015 Updates from CDC

Sponsored Session: Legitimate Maybe, but Accepted?

2:20 – 3:20 PM

ACL10: Bridging the Data Divide & ACL30: Step Up & Be Counted!

ACL34:  What’s Health Got to Do with It? Health, Wellness, and School Improvement Planning & PS30: School Health Guideline #4: Increasing Physical Activity in Afterschool Programs

REI36: A Systematic Analysis of Dating Violence Prevention Curricula & REI26: National Sexuality Standards: Practicing Health Educators Confidence and Proficiency

TL33: Cultivating a Generation of Savvy Healthcare Consumers

PS37: CDC School Health Program Update and Opportunities to Utilize the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Framework to Support the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

3:25-4:25 PM

ACL32: Evaluation Tools & WSCC & PS33: Writing District and School Education and Health Improvement Plans

PS16: Asthma Management in School: Maximize School Nurse as Care Coordinator

REI 34: Hip Hop and Spoken Word Therapy as a School Counseling Framework

TL30: Implementing the National Sexuality Education Standards & TL21: Engaging and Supporting LGBTQ Students

ACL38: Health and Academic Achievement: Evidence, Key Messages, and Actions

Eta Sigma Gamma Session: REI1 Examining the Determinants of Mind Body Practices for Youth: The Role of Parental Influence Through Observational Learning & ACL15 How to Write and Publish Manuscripts as an Emerging Professional

ACL15: Please refer to this ASHA webpage where a webinar was held with recording & slides

4:30-5:30PM

ACL29: Adolescent Health: Think, Act, Grow℠ (TAG) in Action

PS23: Putting School Wellness Policies into Practice: Using the Game On Program as a 3-Year Model to Improve School Health

REI12: School Staff Referrals for Connecting Students to HIV/STD Testing & REI21: School Professionals’ Perspectives on the Prevention of Dating Violence in a Predominantly Latino Community

TL20: Engaging Middle School Students in a Service-Learning Curriculum to Promote Physical, Emotional, Social, and Academic Health

Saturday, October 8th

7:30-8:30 AM

ACL17: Enhance Comprehensive Sexuality Education & ACL33: Understanding & Using Policy Support for Sex Education

PS11: Scaling Up and Out: Methods for Growing Health Promotion Programs

REI10: Classroom Physical Activity: Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation among Classroom Teachers & REI8 School Factors Associated with the Percentage of Students who Walk or Bike to School

TL8: Strategies for Enhancing LBGTQ Inclusivity in Sexual Health Education & TL19: Walking the Talk: An Inclusive K-12 Sexuality Education Curricula for Students of all Sexual Orientations and Gender Identities

11:00AM-12:00PM

ACL16: Partnering with Public Health Practitioners & ACL26 CoBLABoration vs. Collaboration

PS26: The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model: Coordinating and Leading Toward Improved Oral Health and Academic Success

REI5 Early Initiation of Sexual Intercourse and Associated Health Risk Behaviors among Sexual Minority US High School Students & REI38 School Vaccination Assessment Program: A Methodological Description of the Partnership between State Immunization

TL7: Shades of Gray: Exploring Perspectives on Potentially Unhealthy Dating Relationships