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CSHE Resources for Educators

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Maine Parameters of Essential Instruction - http://maine.gov/education/pei/index.htmlDownload either the PDF or RTF files of the learning standards (aka Maine Learning Results) in Health and Physical Education by clicking on the icons next to that content area.

Maine Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (MAHPERD)www.maineahperd.org
A state professional organizations for Health teachers and other health related disciplines.  A source of local updates and information, networking, and professional development opportunities.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- www.cdc.gov/education/teachers.html
The national governmental center for disease control and prevention.  Contains fact sheets, publications, news brief, data, curricula, and other resources.

PE Centralwww.pecentral.com
A free resource for K-12 health and physical education lesson plans, activities, and assessments.

Public Broadcasting Systemwww.pbs.org/teachers
A free resource for heath lesson and activities, especially those for young children, including segments and connections to PBS programming addressing health.

Learn to Be Healthywww.learntobehealthy.org
A free membership is required to access these resources.  Includes lesson plans, activities, worksheets, assessments and other instruction resources.

Additional Resources for Secondary Family Living/Human Sexuality Program

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sexual Health - http://www.cdc.gov/sexualhealth/

Family Planning Association of Maine - http://www.mainefamilyplanning.org/docs/publications/

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England - https://www.plannedparenthood.org/planned-parenthood-northern-new-england

Sexual Assualt Response Services of Southern Maine (SARSSM) - https://www.sarssm.org/

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Adolescent and School Health - http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth