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In This Module:

Collaborations for Intervention

Planning Action

Planning for Pleasantville


Steps to Developing an Action Plan


Anita's Action Plan


Course Project - Part 4 - Developing Your Action Plan

Module 3 Wrap-Up

Planning Action

You've identified the problem, assessed its underlying causes, and set change objectives. Now it is time for you and your team to figure out how you are going to achieve these objectives.

In this section, you'll find out more about selecting methods and strategies for intervention and about organizing and evaluating your team's action plan.

After completing this section, you should be able to:

  • Identify appropriate intervention methods and strategies for addressing priority predisposing, enabling, and reinforcing factors contributing to excessive weight gain in children
  • Develop an action plan for addressing childhood obesity in your community

Suggested Learning Path

Scenario Scenario: Planning for Pleasantville
Members of Anita's expanded team take action to make the walk to Pleasantville Middle School safer.

Resource Resource: Steps to Developing an Action Plan
Now it's time to develop your action plan. What steps should you take?

Utility Utility: Anita's Action Plan
See Anita and her team's action plan to promote healthy eating and active living.

Evaluation Evaluation: Course Project - Part 4 - Developing Your Action Plan (Required)
How do you develop an action plan to address childhood obesity in your community?

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