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Open Access to Pedagogy in Health Promotion Articles

Enjoy this selection of featured articles from SOPHE’s Pedagogy in Health Promotion: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning free for a limited time

Teaching Economic Evaluation of Health Promotion Programs by Stephen L. Brown

Service Learning: A Useful Pedagogy to Engage Community Health Education Students in a Resource Management and Grant Writing Course by Kelly M. Bentley and Stephanie A. Swan

Institutional Review Board Basics for Pedagogy Research by Whitney Boling, Kathryn Berlin, Rhonda N. Rahn, Jody L. Vogelzang, and Gayle Walter

Consider All Stakeholders in Quality Assurance of Preprofessional Education by Stephen F. Gambescia and Jody O. Early

Meeting the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals Using Backward Design by Devrim Ozdemir and Pamela A. Duffy

Developing Online Modules for a “Health and Wellness” Course: Adapting Active Learning Strategies to the Online Environment by Chioma N. Kas-Osoka, Lilanta Joy Bradley, Robert Coffman, and Pamela Orpinas

When the Levees Broke: A Teaching Tool to Initiate Discussions in Undergraduate Teaching of Health Disparities by William D. Kernan and Corey H. Basch

Transformational Learning in Undergraduate Public Health Education: Course Design for Generation Z by Jolynn K. Gardner, Cynthia Ronzio, and Anastasia Snelling

Scholarship on Teaching and Learning in Health Promotion: New and Emerging Opportunities by Karen Glanz

A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Visualization to Illustrate the Impact of Assets on Health by Amanda W. Scarbrough, Jack Hill, and Panupong Wichan

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