Quick and easy ideas to introduce PSHE topics

Faber, Krista
July 2013
British Journal of School Nursing;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p310
Academic Journal
The article highlights ways to introduce personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education in schools. The author says giving out sheets of paper and asking students to brainstorm on questions they would like to ask related to PSHE and then allow them to look for fellow students who can answer their question. She also recommends using learning partners so that both students answer questions related to PSHE before the whole class delve on the topic as a whole.


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