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Emergency Preparedness: Better Prepared Than Sorry FLEX

Regina Hutchinson, M.ED
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(62)
In this 3 week course, students will learn the basics of make a plan, build a kit, and stay informed in order to be better prepared for emergency situations.

Class experience

US Grade 9 - 12
Beginner Level
Students will
1. describe the components needed for an emergency plan
2. describe the items needed for an emergency kit
3. identify ways to stay informed before, after, and during and emergency situation.
I currently am employed by my state's Office of Emergency Preparedness. I work closely with subject matter experts regarding all types of emergencies and build training courses for emergency professionals. I am passionate about the importance of preparedness and my experience in this field gives me a unique insight. 
Homework Offered
While there is no official homework assigned during this class, students may wish to take what they learn and put it into action after class to complete actual final working products.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
There will be an informal assessment based on students participation in class and completion of in class practice.
Grades Offered
This class discusses emergency situations mainly weather events such as tornados and hurricanes and flooding. These devastating events can be traumatic to adolescents, but the goal of this class is to empower them and provide them with the knowledge and skills to prepare for such events in order to stay safe and help family and friends. I have screened all of my material to ensure it is age appropriate and will focus on the positive impact of preparation. I encourage collaboration with parents during all aspects of this class such as making a plan and building a supply kit. Parents should talk with students beforehand regarding the different types of emergency situations that may arise and impact a family and determine before enrolling students in this course if it is a good fit for their child emotionally and mentally. I will be glad to answer any questions you have in advance regarding this class just email me. 
Please note these are sources and I will use these sources to create my own presentation and will not be sharing the downloadable PDFs or other printable items available from these sites. I will not be directing the students to these sites either. 
Make A Plan: 

Build A Kit:

Stay Informed:

Sites Used For General Information:
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(62)
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I'm Regina and education is my passion. I was a classroom teacher in the public school system for 20 years teaching English, math, earth science, geography, and reading. I have taught students ranging from preschool to... 
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weekly or $30 for 3 weeks
3 weeks

Completed by 1 learner
No live video meetings
Ages: 13-18

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