New Product: Lessonbee’s Adaptive Online Health Education

Is your district looking for digital materials to support the new Health TEKS? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Lessonbee’s Adaptive Online Health Education.

Lessonbee’s Adaptive Online Health Education is a fully digital content library to support health instruction and social and emotional learning in grades 7 and 8. The product is available in English. Learning List recently reviewed the digital format of this material as submitted for state adoption in Texas under Proclamation 2022 and the material’s platform as provided to Learning List by the publisher.

The material intends to “increase health knowledge and skills, promote connection, and inspire healthy living.” Students are guided to learn key health information in order to advocate for their own health through simulated experiences among peers.

Instruction is delivered through a variety of interactive apps, simulations of text messaging, and other digital activities. This occurs primarily through simulated communications via social media platforms. While the content reflects students receiving health advice from each other and from adults, it does encourage students to talk to parents and trusted adults.  

Read Learning List’s Editorial Review to learn more about the ways in which this material uses peer relationships to address health topics. Learning List has also completed a review of the product’s technology compatibility.  To access these reviews and TEA’s alignment reports for this material, contact Learning List for subscription information.

About Lessonbee*

“Lessonbee is an online learning platform with lessons, courses, and classes that enable users to find their path to health in grades K-12 and beyond. At Lessonbee, members can access and create learning experiences to develop knowledge, skills, and values for healthy living.”

The company strives to provide culturally relevant health education content, “reflecting the values of social justice, to help students feel confident, connected and worthy of health and success.” *Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Lessonbee.