This article focuses on current measures and objectives of health promotion and prevention in school from a critical educational science perspective. A strengthening of implicit and embedded forms of health promotion are recommended. A crucial role is assigned to the advancement of participation-oriented educational processes in schools, as well as innovations in the education of teachers (e.g. through the reflection of myths about health). Building blocks of health education are presented that take into account the concept of health developed by the United Nations in the Agenda 2030 as Reflexive & Visionary Action Strategy.
Academic Journal of Religious Education