Decisions (Stage 3)
For Years 5-7, our ‘Decisions’ module is bundled into 3 sessions, each containing video content, worksheets and interactive games which are accessible for at-home learners. They are designed to engage students for the recommended 40 minutes of PDHPE learning per week.
This online module explores the impact of alcohol and other drugs on our bodies. Students explore the decision-making process and improve their own decision-making skills by looking at choices, consequences, responsibility, facts, and influences.
Engaging activities centre on:
- Investigating myths, facts and social norms
- Strategies and skills to be safe
- Understanding what drugs are and how they are classified
- Influences on decision making (family, peers, media, culture, financial & legal)
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? No
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Life Education NSW
On Demand (available until: 31-Dec-2023 03:30PM)
$75 per class
Book now using the link above.
One of our team will be in touch to provide access as soon as possible.
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
PDHPE » Self Management Skills » Healthy, Safe and Active Lifestyles
PDHPE » Interpersonal Skills » Health, Wellbeing and Relationships
Joining The Event
Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
This incursion is presented via the Life Education Online platform. Participants will require their own device with internet access.
Your school can access the Online Modules at a time that suits you. The Online Modules comprise of three 5-25 minute highly engaging videos (the length of the videos is dependant on modules) with interactive games/activities and downloadable worksheets related to each video. The Online Modules can be run over a number of weeks during PDHPE lessons by the classroom teachers.
More Information About This Event
Investigating myths, facts and social norms
Strategies and skills to be safe
Understanding what drugs are and how they are classified
Influences on decision making (family, peers, media, culture, financial & legal)
PD3-1 identifies and applies strengths and strategies
to manage life changes and transitions
PD3-2 investigates information, community resources
and strategies to demonstrate resilience and seek help
for themselves and others
PD3-3 evaluates the impact of empathy, inclusion and
respect on themselves and others
PD3-6 distinguishes contextual factors that influence
health, safety, wellbeing and participation in physical
activity which are controllable and uncontrollable
PD3-7 proposes and implements actions and
protective strategies that promote health, safety,
wellbeing and physically active spaces
PD3-9 applies and adapts self-management skills to
respond to personal and group situations
PD3-10 selects and uses interpersonal skills to interact
respectfully with others to promote inclusion and build
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Terese Hooper
Email: [email protected]
Will This Event Be Recorded?