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Enhancing a Knowledge-Based Education Course

The eCHECKUP TO GO programs are designed to function independently as stand-alone interventions, and they have been thoughtfully integrated with other knowledge-based courses and skills-based curricula to strengthen outcomes.

Should your institution want to offer individuals a complete, knowledge-based alcohol education course, we recommend you consider3rd Millennium Classrooms on-line courses.

Our research and development collaboration with 3rd Millennium Classrooms, now in its 6th year, led us to integrate 3rd Millennium Classrooms’ thorough knowledge-based curricula and college course format with the eCHECKUP TO GO’ brief personalized interventions.

3rd Millennium Classrooms' on-line courses are fully integrated with the eCHECKUP TO GO interventions and are designed to be used at the population-level (Alcohol Wise) or as a part of a judicial process (Under the Influence & Marijuana 101).

Data from controlled studies examining the efficacy of combining the eCHECKUP TO GO with the Third Millennium Classrooms alcohol curriculum are quite encouraging. The outcomes suggest that combining these approaches can lead to significantly higher retention levels and significantly higher GPA's for students who complete the integrated program.

Skills-Based Programs

Many clinicians and interventionists use an eCHECKUP TO GO program to strengthen and support their individual and group counseling work. For example, our programs have been successfully integrated into both the BASICS and CHOICES approaches.

For clinicians and interventionists wanting to explore the addition of a skills based program we suggest you review the BASICS program.

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San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-4730
Phone: (619) 594-0710
Email: echeckup@sdsu.edu
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