This resource builds on the Health Consultation Guide. It helps teachers integrate student inquiry and student-led action into their health learning programme and includes a thorough overview.
Use the learning activities for years 9-13 students to take a teaching and learning approach to student-based action. The activities can also be used as part of a whole school approach to promote student wellbeing.
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