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Sensitize Students to First Aid Learning

Learning first aid should be the priority of every individual, especially teachers. Often times we are bombarded with situations where we need first aid skills. Teachers should not neglect their responsibility to educate students on the importance of learning first aid. The following resources provide solid information on the importance of learning first aid, lesson ideas and video presentations that sensitize the need for honing such skills. Teachers will find these resources helpful.
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Sensitize Students to First Aid Learning
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    The video presentation highlights the different instances in which children should be safe. Teachers may use this video to show students the dangers that they may encounter at home and how they can apply the safety rules. This presentation is simple and to the point. Students will be able to follow the presentation. Teachers will be happy to use this presentation in their lessons.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    The Brainpop website provides a host of ideas in teaching first aid for teachers. These ideas are from a wide cross-section of topics for different grade levels. This site provides links to the different lesson plans for specific grade levels. Also, a link to a movie excerpt is provided to show the basic principles of first aid. Teachers may use this excerpt as part of their first aid lesson. Teachers may use or tweak these lesson ideas.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    Teachers have the opportunity to view a first aid lesson plan for grades 3 through 5 that teaches students about the contents of a first aid kit. The site makes mention of displaying the contents of a first aid kit on PowerPoint slides. Teachers may use this lesson plan as a guide in teaching their first aid lessons.
  • Teaching Kids First Aid

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    Suzzanne McLean says:
    Encouraging students to own a first aid kit is the first step in teaching children first aid. This article lists the materials for the first aid kit and a few things that they should know about dealing with head injuries, bleeding, broken bones and others. Teachers will appreciate the simple guide in teaching children first aid. While studying, we were required to make a first aid kit from a shoe box. Teachers may suggest that their students be creative when making their first aid kits.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    Young children are not excluded from learning the basics of first aid. These PowerPoint slides along with video presentations will equip young students with basic guidelines of what first aid is. They will know how to deal with everyday situations including nose-bleeds, burns, and many others. Teachers may learn the basics of first aid and implement these in their classroom situations. They can use these slides as a first aid lesson so that students can be aware of how to be safe or save a life.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    It is important for teachers and students to be equipped with first aid skills. These skills, when utilized with confidence, will be able to handle emergencies and save a life. This article highlights the importance of first aid training in schools and the benefits to students. In fact, students may participate in online first aid courses so that they will gain knowledge on how to save a life. Teachers may encourage children to participate in the training.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    It is wonderful to see children at very young ages being taught the basics of first aid. Interestingly, children are thrilled about learning such skills so that when the situation arises to use it, they will be equipped to save a life. From this video presentation, students are given coloring books and practical skills that relate to first aid. Teachers will find this presentation very helpful.
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