The 2016 ATHENA summer teacher workshop was held August 2-3, 2016 at the University of Washington. Twenty Health and Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers from Washington state learned some ways our environment affects our health, how to better protect ourselves from environmental exposures, and how to teach students ways to better protect themselves. The workshop provided curriculum and resources to use in the classroom. Content and resources in the ATHENA Teacher Workshop supported Secondary Health Grade Level Standard 3.0, The student analyzes and evaluates the impact of real life influences on health, and Standard 3.1, Understands how family, culture and environmental factors affect personal health.
For more information contact Lisa Hayward at 206-685-8244 or email@example.com. The ATHENA curriculum can be downloaded here: ATHENA Educator Resources