Prerequisites: Completion of all required courses in General Education and in the professional program in health education, and minimum 2.5 GPA for all courses taken at SUNY Brockport; taken concurrently with HLP 485, HLP 491, HLP 492 and HLP 493.
Field experience in health education provides the first semester senior professional health education students opportunities to enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to their profession in school, community, hospital, and/or worksite settings. Students spend half the semester in a community site, and half the semester in a school site, under the supervision of college and site mentors. The main goal is to help students begin to develop the responsibilities and competencies for entry-level health educators, as outlined by the most recent Competency Update Project (CUP) (NCHEC, SOPHE, & AAHE, 2006).
Dear Fall 2014 Health Methods Block Field Experience Students:
In preparation for an orientation on Monday, February 17, 4-6 PM in Seymour College Union (Room 119), please feel free to become acquainted with the Tk20 on-line field experience application process by reviewing the steps below.You do not need to complete the application prior to the orientation on February 17, as all procedures, and the application in its entirety, will be discussed at the time of the orientation. It would be helpful for you to print out the application, and bring with you to the orientation, in order to take notes as it is being reviewed; hard copies will not be provided. Please note that the application is not presently available, but should be posted soon.
The application deadline will be Thursday, February 27, 2014 at noon.
Accessing the Tk20 on-line Fall 2014 Health Field Experience Application:
Once your application is submitted, information provided cannot be changed, and only viewed. In order to view an application after it has been submitted, please follow these steps:
Spring 2014 Health Student Teacher or Community Internship Candidates:
In preparation for review of spring 2014 health student teaching and community internships applications in Dr. Cardina’s class on Thursday, September 12, please become reacquainted with the Tk20 on-line application process as following the steps below. You do not need to complete an application prior to September 12. All procedures and applications in their entirety will be discussed at the application presentation. It would be helpful for you to print out the applications and bring with you to the presentation in order to take notes as they are being reviewed; hard copies will not be provided.
Please note the application deadline will be Thursday, September 26 at noon.
Accessing the Tk20 on-line Spring 2014 Student Teaching and Community applications:
Please note that once your application is submitted, information provided cannot be changed, and only viewed. In order to view an application after it has been submitted, please follow these steps:
Prerequisites: HLP 485, 486, 491, 492 and 493, minimum 2.5 GPA for all courses completed at SUNY Brockport; and passing score on the Liberal Arts and Science Test (LAST). Click here to access information regarding preparing for the LAST.
The Practicum in School Health Education provides the students with the opportunity to use all of their knowledge and skills on a full-time basis in an elementary and secondary school site under the supervision of a teacher and a health educator respectively. This experience is also an opportunity for students to become proficient in delivering content related to the implementation of the three New York State Learning Standards for Health, Physical Education, and Family and Consumer Sciences.HLP 496: Practicum in Community Health Education (3-12 Cr. Spring)
Prerequisites: HLP 485, 486, 491, 492 and 493, minimum 2.5 GPA for all courses completed at SUNY Brockport.
The Practicum in Community Health Education provides students with the opportunity to function as full-time health educators in community, hospital or work-site settings under the supervision of a health education professional. This experience allows students to develop, implement, and evaluate health education programs as appropriate for the setting.
The Department of Health Science has a professional responsibility to deny admission or continuation in any of its undergraduate or graduate programs to any student whose level of performance and/or personal characteristics do not adquately meet academic professional or ethical standards.
All students considering a Department of Health Science program or concentration are invited contact the department's chair or any member of the department faculty for further information and guidance.
Department of Health Science
The College at Brockport
23 Hartwell Hall
350 New Campus Drive Brockport, NY 14420-2979