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KNOW Curriculum for HIV/STD Prevention

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The KNOW Curriculum is one of several HIV/STD curriculum options available to school districts in Washington state. The following documents provide school districts with resources to assist in identifying and/or developing an effective HIV/STD prevention program for their students. Included in the OSPI-developed curriculum are HIV/AIDS prevention materials and considerations for teacher selection and training as well as parent and community involvement. Available documents: Grades 5-6, English and Spanish Grades 7-8, English and Spanish

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan, Teaching/Learning Strategy, Unit of Study

Authors: Andrea Gerber, Becky Reitzes, Kari Kesler, Public Health - Seattle and King County, Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Washington Health and Physical Education Learning Standards

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The 2016 Health Education K–12 Learning Standards and Physical Education K–12 Learning Standards reflect OSPI’s continuous commitment to supporting rigorous, inclusive, age appropriate, and medically accurate instruction to ensure that students are prepared to live healthy, productive, and successful lives in a global society. If implemented effectively, these standards and outcomes will lead students to understand and apply the knowledge and skills necessary for safe and healthy living, and, in turn, for successful learning across all academic disciplines.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction